Allowing is forgiveness in the moment as in allowing yourself, things and people to be who and what they are.

Dialogue on Awakening
"Let me put it this way: a peaceful, loving, unconditional allowing attitude brings to your conscious mind a closer alignment of the recognition of your Whole Mind. If it were this process only that you were concerned with, you would find all of the other things which you perceive to be necessary to maintain your physical life would be met and they would be met in a most natural way without a sense of effort, without any sense at all that there was something that needed to be changed other than your pattern of thinking." [Dialogue on Awakening]

"There can be no state of unconditional allowing and acceptance as long as you are in a frame of mind which encourages you to make judgements of any nature or form. When I speak of unconditional allowing, I am referring to a mind set that positions you only into the moment during which you may see only those things which concern your own awakening. Your attention is easily diverted from this process by a sense of need to focus on someone else's process. There are, as you perceive them, a lot of "someone elses" out there. And should you choose that diversion of focus, it could be infinite." [Dialogue on Awakening]

"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-Hicks, Detroit, MI; July 8, 2000]

See Also

Figure 18.04 - Two Minds - Split and Whole
Law of Allowing
Living in the Moment

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