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The Allowing Project The journal that writes a new life for you

START YOUR ALLOWING PROJECT JOURNAL IN JUST A FEW MINUTES.

Check out this guide to learn how to create a life that correlates with your dreams and desires.

About 10 minutes of your time, and you'll be ready to go.

What is the Allowing Project?

The Allowing Project was created as a free tool to help you consciously create the life you desire by mastering the three Universal Laws of Creation.

These are laws you are already using!

Let's take quick look at the three Universal Laws of Creation:

The Law of Attraction

The Law of Attraction dictates that "like attracts like."

Every thought and intention that you send out is creative energy. It is this energy that forms the events and situations that appear in your physical world.

Here are some familiar statements that define the Law of Attraction:

  • "You reap what you sow."
  • "What goes around, comes around."
  • "Thoughts become things."

And by the way...

This law works whether you are aware of it or not.

Most people create by default, largely unaware that their thoughts and intentions are what is forming the reality around them.

You attract people, situations and events that match your current state of being...which is a combination of your attitudes, your beliefs and how powerful you feel.

Next, let's take a look at the second Law...

The Law of Deliberate Intent

This second law of creation focuses on the quality of the thoughts that you send out. Mastering this law enables you to consciously visualize your life as you would like it to be, by matching the resultant feelings and vibration of having what you desire...even if you don't see it yet in your physical surroundings.

By moving from "creation by default" to "deliberate creation," you are now setting the framework for your desired life by sending out only thoughts congruent with your desires.

Here's some popular sayings that explain the Law of Deliberate Intent:

  • "As you think, so shall it be."
  • "You can catch a fly with honey easier than with vinegar."
  • "Whether you think you can, or you think you can't, either way you're right."

Now let's take a look at the third Law of Creation...

The 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."

So now that we have brushed up on the three Universal Laws of Creation, are you ready to find out how to use them to craft your reality?

Let's go, then.

Starting your Allowing Project Journal

All you need is a blank journal. Yep, that's it.

It can be as large or as small, as fancy or as plain, or as expensive or as cheap as you like.

It can be lined, or blank, or have those little dots inside it. The only thing that matters is that you're excited about writing in it.

Prefer to type? That's fine too. Check out online versions such as Day One for easy journaling from wherever you are.

How to Start Your Journal

Once you've found the journal of your choice, or chosen an online version such as Day One, it's time to start talking about the past.

The past? Yes, the past.

This journal is different. This past is one that you will be creating for yourself, no matter how your physical day actually went.

In the Allowing Project journal, you'll be imagining your perfect day, and you'll document it in the past, as if you have just experienced it.

Imagining, and documenting your "perfect past" starts the creative juices flowing. When the juices flow, you get excited, and that raises your frequency.

So here's how it's done...

We'll start by reviewing a set of intentions each day.

i have all of the excitement i need to thrive.
I feel comfortable with my financial situation.
I feel healthy and strong.
I am actively contributing my unique gifts to the world.
And I have the time, companionship and resources to do anything that I want to do in life...when I want to do it.

Write these intentions on the inside cover of your journal, or in an area where you can see and internalize them each day.

You can add your own, too. What's important is that reading them helps shift your focus to what would be possible if you were free from basic survival concerns.

Read your intentions, and then imagine you just settled down from a perfect day of doing......something!

What would that something be? Would you create something? Meet someone? Travel somewhere? Experience something? Discover something? Invent something? Help someone?

Remember: you are healthy, strong, financially stable, confident, and supported by friends who recognize and appreciate your special gift to the world.

All options are open to you; the only limitations you have are those that you put on yourself.

What if you eliminated all of the limitations? How would your day go?

Think on it for a few minutes, and add sounds, colors, smells and emotions to create your perfect day.

Now, enter today's date at the top of the page, and document in as much detail as you can about the "perfect day" you just had. The best time to write in your journal is just before you go to bed. This allows you to "let go," and gives things time to stew while you sleep.

It need not be chapters; a well-worded sentence or two is a great start. You will find your voice quickly, and new ideas and possibilities will soon flood your mind! The more descriptive you are, the more excited you will be about your creation.

Let's look at a few sample entries to get an idea of how a perfect day might go:

"Today, I got up a little past 9am, drank my coffee and collected the ideas from last night's dreams. Some of them got me thinking, so I took myself to my favorite coffee shop, got a bottomless cold brew, and integrated my ideas into the screenplay that has been lurking in the back of my mind. I created the whole outline in an afternoon! A fun day well spent. I am excited about my new screenplay."

"I fulfilled #3 on my bucket list today! It was a clear day here in Germany, and after breakfast, my buddy Joe and I drove the McLaren on the Autobahn at top speed. What a thrill...and we both lived through it. Such a rush and glad I got to check something off my list."

"Today I didn't feel like doing a damn thing. It was chilly outside, and I wanted some sun. So to the beach it was, to watch the seals flop around in the water. It was peaceful, uncomplicated, and I enjoyed the time alone."

"Look! I made a painting! I haven't painted since the third grade, and I got magenta underneath my fingernails and I didn't care. It felt great to have the freedom to create. I know that it was waiting in there to emerge, and I think I have some talent! Shopped online for some high-quality paints to expand my palette."

Does that give you an idea of the excitement?

In each example, the writer documented, in the past tense, how he or she felt while living their own version of an exciting, guilt-free day.

It doesn't matter if Joe doesn't own a McLaren yet. Or if you haven't even ordered real paint yet. What matters is that exhilaration you feel when you're imagining that drive, or the excitement of applying that first color to the canvas. And while you're writing, you'll be putting your doubts and worries about what is possible on the back burner. This gets easier with every entry.

Your goal with your Allowing Project journal is to imagine the life the way you desire to live it, and to...

Insert it as your 'perfect past.'

Why do we insert our experiences in the past?

The act of documenting your "perfect past" memories fortifies the belief that you already have what you desire. After all, you just lived it in your imagination. It doesn't matter that you haven't yet experienced it in the physical; the creation process is exactly the same.

You see, the three Laws of Creation work across all timelines, whether you are aware of the process or not.

Thoughts create.

And you can insert those creative thoughts into your "past" just as easily as you can insert them into your "now" or into your "future."

Perhaps you are already good at visualizing what you want.

You might have been taught to envision a situation or event occurring in your NOW. You faithfully insert yourself into desired scenarios with the desired people...yet the doubting analytical mind looks at the physical world and sees a very different scenario, concluding that this visualization stuff just doesn't work.

Or perhaps you send your thoughts into the FUTURE: “Someday, I’ll have this.” And you wonder why you're still waiting for it to show up.

If your visualizations take place in either the "now" or in the "future," you're sending out your desire topped with the lack of it.

And guess what you get back? That's right. More lack.

Have doubts about this stuff working?

That's totally ok. Keep writing in your journal. At the very worst, your investment of a few minutes a day will train your analytical mind to loosen up a bit, to have some fun creating something uniquely yours. What's wrong with dreaming?

Oh...and there's something I forgot to tell you:

You've been doing this your whole life.

You've been filing memories away by default. Good ones, bad ones and the ones you don't even bother to remember again.

Every memory you have placed in your past has an effect on you energetically. Those bad ones, they're sticky, because we keep rethinking them. And the good ones get filed away deeper under the pile, and they don't get accessed as much.

With each entry into your Allowing Project journal, you are adding good memories to your past. You'll have more positive memories closer to access. And consistently good memories make a consistently positive person.

positive people draw positive things to them. It is Law.

So what's the trick?

No tricks here. We live in a free-will Universe. Remember the three Laws of Creation? Let's review how you are mastering them by writing in your Allowing Project journal:

The Law of Attraction: By getting excited about your perfect day, you raise your frequency---or state of being---to match the feeling of having exactly what you want.

The Law of Deliberate Intent: By choosing what you do in your perfect day, you're consciously visualizing and writing about the people, places and events you'd like to experience.

The Law of Allowing: By closing your journal after writing, and going to sleep, you let your desires go...allowing the Universe to take care of the details of delivering your order.

Remember: Thoughts come first.

As you consistently write in your journal, adding drawings, photos or any other memorabilia (you will be surprised how these will show up for you at exactly the right time), you will soon begin to see similar people, events and opportunities manifest in the physical world around you.

Your thoughts turn into things. This is how you create your world.

So how long does it take to start seeing things appear in my physical reality?

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.

So are you ready to start?

You've learned all you need to know! Go get that journal, and start writing down your "perfect past."

Still have questions? Check out the FAQ for more detailed information and tips on making the most of your Allowing Project journal.

Happy memories to you!

Note: The information provided on this site is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. The information provided here should not be used as a substitute for seeking professional medical diagnosis, treatment, or care. You should not rely on any information in these pages to replace consultations with qualified health professionals.

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