I read an interesting article which really helped me to understand that supply is spiritual and is actually a law and natural part of being. It’s called Supply as Spiritual Reflection.
The most important thing for me to realize is that supply doesn’t come from a job, it actually comes from God. A job is just a manifestation of supply, or God taking care of us. But the source is always the same – God. When I realized that, supply was able to come into my experience in a number of ways that I wouldn’t have expected or perhaps even recognized or been truly grateful for. Friends, church members, and family members have naturally given us food, sporting goods, clothing, books, furniture of their own accord.
Realizing that supply is so much broader than a paycheck has really helped me to see the fullness of supply and all the ways that supply is present. Perhaps it is the supply of ideas for an assignment or creativity in your business or artwork or ideas and inspiration if you’re looking for spiritual healing.
Supply is a natural and normal part of our being and existence and because God is it’s source, there can’t be any lack since God is infinite, unlimited, endless good. Also since God doesn’t know time, God doesn’t see supply here today and gone tomorrow. It is ever the same constant and consistent.
Another idea the article talks about is that it’s not my supply or your supply, it’s simply supply. Just like it’s not my sun or your sun, it’s the sun. We all have the same supply, and therefore the same access to supply. Supply is based on our reflection of God. Man is more than the recipient of good, man is the expression of good. So if we go out with the motive and mindset of expressing God, divine Mind, Soul, Love, we never have to fear any lack. We will have all that we need.
Supply is as normal and natural as the leaves changing in the Fall. Instead of dreading paying for things, we can realize that trading money for a service or a product is simply the expression of gratitude. And we can rejoice in giving gratitude as well as joyfully accepting when people see our value and give gratitude to us.