Saturday, December 31, 2005

The Law of Allowing

Do you think that if someone with beliefs opposed to yours gets their way, you can't have your way? Or do you believe there's room for it all?

Of the three Universal Laws of Attraction, the Law of Allowing is where the rubber meets the road.

The truth is, there is freedom in allowing circumstances to be what they are and people to be who they are, whether you agree with them or not. Really. Even when it comes to poverty or war or disease.

So, how in the world do you accept situations and people that stand for something you don't? Or that want the opposite of what you want? We tend to think we can't have it both ways. So what do we do? We push back! We hold protest marches against war, we organize campaigns against drugs, we battle disease.

And yet, understanding the Law of Attraction -- that whatever you are focused on you attract more of -- when you are focused on what you do not want in an effort to defeat it or resist it, you are not allowing what you do want to flow to you.

The Law of Allowing is about relaxing – having a relaxed, but positively focused mind – and allowing the Universe to deliver to you what you’re wanting.

When you say yes to something, you attract more of that into your life, because that is what you are focused on. When you say no to something, you attract more of that into your life, because that is what you are focused on. So in order to allow what you want to flow to you, you must allow others to focus on what they want - even if you don't agree with it.

In other words, be more consciously selective about where you choose to focus your attention. Rather than going into resistance about something you don't want or don't agree with, flip your thoughts around to what you do want and make 'Just Say Yes!' your slogan.

Allow what you want to come to you by yes'ing your way through life. 'Just Say Yes' to abundance. 'Just Say Yes' to great relationships. 'Just Say Yes' to a healthy body. 'Just Say Yes' to work that you love. Get the picture? Your job is to simply identify what you want, get into the feeling place of having it and then allow it to flow to you by holding your focus there.

When you understand these principles and put them to use consciously, intentionally and deliberately, you put yourself in a place of non-resistance. How do you know if you're allowing? By noticing how you feel. Your emotions are always your guide. Whenever you are in a place of feeling good, you are in a place of allowing.

Nothing is more important than that you feel good!

To your continued success!


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