The Act of Allowing
by Rev. Rita Scheibeck
I am frequently asked about the closing statement to my meditations. When I write my prayers and affirmations, I always end them with the benediction: "I now allow, acknowledge, accept and affirm that these things are so."
This week I will focus on the first verb of this phrase, "allow." To allow means that I give permission to the ideas that I have spoken to enter my conscious mind. I let or give space to the ideas in my heart and soul. When I grant a thought access into my consciousness, I welcome its presence there, taking the possibility of the words into account and letting them take root in my mind. I also empower the idea, giving it strength in my soul and authority in my life.
Affirmation: I release any distractions and concerns during times of peaceful contemplation. I now create a sacred connection to the wisdom and guidance of Divine Source Energy.
Benediction: I now allow, acknowledge, accept and affirm that these things are so.
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