If You Allow It, It Will Come

Lately I feel a growing overwhelm. There are actual separate events, with time frames, in every realm of my life. Things are good — great, even. There’s just…a lot of it. All at once.

It’s an abundance of abundance.

And then I realize that this allowing thing not only works for my external successes, but my internal ones too. Such as, my sense of well-being.

Abraham has got it going on:

We would like you to release the word “achieve” or “earn” from your vocabulary and from your understanding, altogether; and we would like you to replace those words with the word “allow”. You’re wanting to allow your Well-being, not achieve it. It’s not something that you need to earn. All you have to do is decide what it is you would like to experience, and then allow it in order to achieve it. It isn’t something you have to struggle for or try for. You are all worthy beings. You are deserving of this Well-being.—Abraham, Excerpted from: Detroit, MI on July 08, 2000

When I feel overwhelmed,  I’m focusing on the situation. (Otherwise known as The Problem.) This is when I need to remember to focus on how I want to feel, instead. (In this and most cases, peace and well-being.)

My well-being is already inside me –and all I have to do is recognize that.

And in simply remembering that I already have it, I can allow it.

Which causes me to feel it.

And now I am it.

Namaste.

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4 Comments on “If You Allow It, It Will Come

  1. I’m glad it’s helpful! I know that I sure appreciate the reminder. I finally recognized my flag to take a step back and regroup now, rather than just push through until (insert list of applicable reasons here)! ❤

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