We’re taught to earn our way there.
We’re taught that we need to achieve in order to create the lives we most want.
Certainly, you can go the “achievement” route. That’s your decision.
But think back upon the people who taught you about the necessesity of earning and achieving for a moment…
Were they living out something close to your version of a very cool life?
Did they live lives of true freedom, ease, and connection?
If not, then you may want to re-consider whether their advice really applies to you.
Right now, in this moment, which statement feels better to you?
A) I like how it feels when I think about earning my way to the life I want.
B) I like how if feels when I think about allowing my way to the life I want.
Of course, there is no right or wrong answer…
However, whatever answer feels better to you is giving you feedback as to the direction of your alignment.
For most people reading this, I will assume response B feels better.
Allowing feels good, right? But sometimes, due to all those years of conditioning, while you love the idea of allowing, you can doubt whether it’s really enough to get you where you want to be, right?
When this happens, go back to the question of what feels better, allowing or earning?
If allowing still resonates, then your job is to practice allowing…
Here’s how, in 2 simple steps.
HOW TO ALLOW:
1) Turn your thoughts toward what feels better.
2) Repeat step 1 as necessary.
That’s all you need to do. While this is simple, it does require some of your time and attention.
How are you holding up your end of the bargain?
(This is really the only pertinent question to live a life of allowing.)