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Allowing

Allowing

Angel MarieThe act of allowing is the ability to let things be as they are. It is letting go of questioning, anticipation, and assumptions. Allowing fills us with a feeling of security and knowing. In my award winning, bestselling, book, SHINE ON!  I share how allowing gives us more joy, personal success, and greater self-esteem. This ability to be in the moment, opens the way for limitless joy. By releasing expectations of situations and relationships, learn and grow from personal setbacks we are in a place of allowing. Readers and clients are exposed to ways of practicing allowing that help raise self-esteem,  reduce stress, and achieve greater personal power to Shine On!

Social media is a wonderful space to get into the practice of allowing others to be who they are. Allowing others to voice opinion without further comment, to post to their pages without fear of judgement. We can agree to disagree without taking action. In one of the groups that I moderate, a member sent me a private message. She felt annoyed by another member’s online quiz posts. She perceived them as nonsense and even wanted me to go so far as to block the posts. We discussed how she could scroll past the posts, or un-follow them, and let it go. This is true for anything we read on social media. It is about picking your battles and allowing others to Shine On! in their own way.

Allowing is easier when we are in a place of knowing. Work, classes for school, or practices for sports all have a schedule. When we know what to expect next we feel more secure and willing to take things one day at a time. Embracing routine allows us to feel the certainty in the vision of our goals, rather than something to stress over. Allow your life to unfold and connect to personal empowerment.

Some of my readers have met my companion dog, Shine. In my book SHINE ON! I share stories of Shine, and her brilliant ability of allowing. I know when Shine is in a space of allowing when she rolls over, completely exposing her underside. Lying there, stretched out, and falling asleep with a sigh, Shine is saying she is at ease with no worries. Shine’s act of allowing herself to be vulnerable is easy because she feels safe with me. Take a moment to think about the people, places, and situations that put you in a space of safety and allowing.

As one last gift to you on the topic of Allowing I challenge readers to say out loud “I release any people, places, or things that do not serve me. I allow positive experiences to come into my life”. For even more exciting secrets to allowing and how it can help you to Shine On! Check out my blog with a fun video at AngelMarieShines.com!

 

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