How to Create Your Own Allowing Statement
It’s time for you to create your own Allowing Statement. The Allowing Statement is used when you hear yourself make statements of doubt.
Build a list of these doubts. You may hear yourself saying “I can’t have that because...,” or “That won’t happen to me because...!”
You can use the Allowing Statements worksheet on the next page to help build your Allowing Statements.
1st STEP: Uncover the Doubt
Reread your Desire Statement and use it to uncover any doubt you feel as a result of reading it. For example, if your desire statement says that your ideal job allows you to work a 4-day week and you hear a little voice inside you saying “That will never happen because...,” then jot down your doubt.
2nd STEP: Ask Yourself These Questions
Start by asking yourself whether there is anyone currently doing what you want to do or having what you want to have. If so, then how many people have been doing this today? Yesterday? Last week? Last month? Last year?
3rd STEP: Write in General Terms (in the 3rd person)
Write your statements in general terms because making reference to yourself often creates more doubt. Ensure that the statements are plausible.
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