If a farmer plants corn in her field, she knows that at the end of the season, she will harvest corn. She won’t starting doubting in the corn, worrying that tomatoes will pop up.
So it is in consciousness. What you focus on will manifest. If you doubt that process, you are out of harmony with the Law. Trust that what you plant is what you will harvest!
Today, proceed without doubt. Trust in your desires, and expect all good to come to you. You will eventually be harvesting the seeds you plant today, so plant wisely!
To Your Harvest,
No desire is felt until the supply is ready to appear. That is the truth.
The minute you have a desire, it is immediately in the Law of Mind, in the Law of Receiving.
The supply exists at a level that you are not aware of, but when you embrace your desire and expect its fulfillment, you draw it to you.
The Law is infinite; it does not withhold any more than the law of mathematics could withhold numbers.
You may make mistakes as you find your way, but they enable you by their correction to better know the Law.
Trust in your supply.
True desire represents the urge of life, seeking a fuller expression through you.
When you desire something with your whole self, like a fulfilling relationship, or a satisfying career, that is life itself desiring to be expressed through you!
You can trust it. A true, heart-felt desire is kept alive by a continuous expectation of its fulfillment.
Trust that the ever-upward urge in you is seeking a greater, fuller, freer life, and will bring to you the ways and the means for its manifestation.
The Law of Receiving is activated through the practice of giving.
That means through the pure pleasure of giving.
It is not activated by looking in your wallet and mumbling, “Well, what can I afford?”, but a giving that is in harmony with the life you want to lead.
The activation of the Law of Receiving in your life is very powerful.
I suggest an experiment in the regular practice of giving, just for 30 days, then just notice what’s happened in your receiving. My belief is that if you do this with a good heart, you will never look back.
Give with Your Whole Heart,
I love reading the poetry of Hafiz, the Persian poet in the 1300’s who in his poetry writes about having a love affair with life itself, right in the midst of our daily living.
He writes this one sweet little poem that I want to offer you today for consideration.
“We have all come to the right place. We all sit in God’s classroom. Now, the only thing left for us to do my dear, is to stop throwing spitballs for a while.”
What a wonderful thought! Here you are, and the curriculum of your daily life is perfect. The spit-balls are merely thoughts of, “I want this to be different.”
What if we could stop throwing spit-balls and start embracing, opening up to, and inviting the curriculum of love to have its way today? What a wonderful day you can create.
Enjoy the Classroom,