There are so many things to consider in planning our events to be with you. Throughout the years of our work with Abraham people have often suggested that we just set ourselves down in one place, set up a meeting place for you to come to, and happily greet you at our home base. And, I have to admit that on occasions, when travel has felt difficult due to flight delays, etc. I have wondered why I don’t just do that. But I know why. Jerry and I talked about it a lot. He always said, “I want to give as many people as possible the opportunity to have an experience with Abraham. And going to where they are, is the way to accomplish that.”
People also often ask why we don’t leave the hotel ballroom venues and move into larger convention-style venues. Here’s the answer: Meeting in hotel ballrooms provides an important comfort level for me and my traveling team. While larger venues could accommodate many more people, it is so nice to set up the meeting room, with ease and fun, the night before, get a good rest, and wake up ready to flow into a glorious time with all of you. A feeling of ease and flow is essential for us to be able to continue to come out to be with you, week after week, year after year.
I am so fortunate to have attracted a group of people who get on airplanes (they come from California, Texas, Utah, New York and Canada) to make it possible for you and I and Abraham to co-create. I am thankful, every day, for their talent and willingness.
And I appreciate so much, those back at our Abraham-Hicks Publications campus, whose duties are numerous, who do the pre and post event work.
I’m giving you a bit of insight into why we operate as we do for two reasons: I like to you share my appreciation for so many who do so much to make this all possible. And, I also want you to understand why our seminars are often sold out.
So, in a couple of days, we will board our planes, and head for Boston. Maybe we’ll see you there!
(and Abraham and Jerry)