The perspective of allowing is so big that it transcends even the issue of whether there are walls or not. You allow – when there are walls, when there are no walls. The walls themselves can be seen and allowed; and in the middle of the wall, in the thickness of the wall there can be an open space, openness can be there. So allowing can enable you to tolerate stuckness when you are working through a belief or feeling and identifying with it – the whole process of dealing with an issue happens within the space or attitude of allowing."
A. H. Almass (Diamond Heart Book 1, pg 175-176)
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