A Belief System Based in Poverty

    Energy can be neither created nor destroyed. It can only be changed from one vibrational form to another. For example, electricity becomes heat in the filament of a lamp, which in turn radiates light, so electricity is light. But the quantity of energy remains constant. A glass of water may be turned into either ice or steam, but in the end one glass of water, not two, remains.

    Our consciousness attracts and perpetuates that which we believe. A belief system based in poverty ‘knows’ the futility of attempting to rise above its own hunger, remaining petty and mean. A belief in universal abundance ‘knows’ riches beyond mortal comprehension. A single ear of corn contains enough kernels to plant an entire field. They, who have ears, let them hear.

    May we finally realise that no matter what we get, it is because of what we give. If we want more, we must give more. The greatest gift is Love, with service performed in the spirit of Love. Love is inspired by Soul; service is guided by Soul. A wise service done from an inspired motive is permeated with an essential power, which comes from the Heart of love. The result is increased correspondingly. Inspired service automatically receives abundance, recognition, and acceptance. Its example inspired others toward wise thinking.

    We cannot fool anyone except ourselves by imagining otherwise. True balance demands that all books balance on the bottom line. All the earthly resources we came into this world with or earned during our lifetime will remain when we leave.

    Every diamond Cleopatra wore is still on the planet. Horses do not come adorned with a saddle. Whatever ‘it’ is – we are not going to take ‘it’ with us.

    Understanding this, state: ‘What can I give now, so I may now receive? If I desire something, what price will I pay and how will I do it? I will go and learn from those who have already accomplished, and unless I am willing to do whatever it takes to do so, I do not expect to receive the things that I love. As I sow, so shall I reap.’


    Demartini JF. The Wisdom of the Oracle. 1st Books LibraryTM. 2001.

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