Allowing (as opposed to Trying)
This article is a Stub.
There are certain acts we do that are more about a form of self-surrender (in a good way) than they are about effort or trying or attempting to do something.
The idea is that you get further with these acts or skills by way of letting go or relaxing than exerting yourself.
Our best most accessible example is floating on water. Learning to float is learning how to allow or let go. The more you struggle, the more you "try", the less you're able to float. Floating on water is about laying back and letting go. And a little faith that it's possible.
Some of these "allowing" skills or phenomenon are:
- floating on water
- falling asleep
- switching headmates
- merging headmates
- communication , especially with non-verbal headmates
- journaling (as in a stream of consciousness style)
- Co-consciousness New
- empowering stuck residents New to free themselves (a pretty new concept to explore)
- internal landscaping
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