How It Works

Since you'll be documenting your perfect past, it's a good idea to write it prior to going to bed, as if you had just lived it.  This helps you write in the past tense, which is the format needed to solidify your perfect day as a past memory. If you get up very early, with plenty of time before the need to prepare for your day, then feel free to write in your Allowing Project journal the morning after.  Do your best to be consistent about adding entries, so that you can capitalize on adding positive memories to your personal past.  
Category: How It Works

That depends on you. Your Allowing Project journal is an internal journey, on which you will consider any possibility that you can imagine, as well as the limitations you've put on yourself about what's possible. You'll learn about your doubts, and your hopes, and your fears, and your self-worth.

Your thoughts are filtered through your beliefs. When you change your beliefs, the impossible becomes possible.

Consider each doubt and ask yourself if it still applies to you. Who told you it was true? Is it really true? Or did you simply accept it as fact? Each time you ask yourself these questions, your doubts transform into trust.

You are the creator of your own reality. You are responsible for your thoughts, and you are also responsible for what appears in your physical world.

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Law of Allowing

This law is where you let go. Seems counterproductive, yet once you've pinpointed your desires, matched the vibration of them, and sent them out....

It's time to let them go.

The Law of Allowing is about releasing doubt. It's a knowing that the Universal laws never falter, even when you don't know you're using them. It's about relaxing into things, and most of all, about HAVING FUN.

Let's say you meet some friends at a restaurant. You read the menu, and you give your order, with all of its specifics, to the server. Then you forget about it, knowing it will be coming to you after it's prepared. You don't go into the kitchen, hover over the chef to make sure he's got it right, or offer to cook it yourself. No, you engage in a conversation with your friends, and laugh a little, knowing that the server will bring your order when it's ready.

Here are a few familiar statements that describe the Law of Allowing:

  • "Let go and let God."
  • "All is well."
  • "Get out of your own way."

In mastering the Law of Allowing, you will explore your beliefs about self-worth, expectations, patience, temperance, and personal power.

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