Sometimes a teaching hits you like a ton of bricks, in a good way. It is the wakeup call you had been waiting for. This morning I woke up thinking of what Joel Goldsmith said so many times. Supply is within. And as Jesus said, “The kingdom of heaven is within.”
Today’s teachings, neo-advaita especially, are overly focussed on attaining cosmic consciousness, but for itself. The emphasis is not where it should be.
The true teaching is inner not outer.
This throws the mind into turmoil for it wants and wants and wants.
It demands and thrashes upon its hot coals of desire and frustration.
It seeks out the best teachers. It connives and commands for the truth to be revealed.
But the supply is bursting at the seams, threatening to collapse the walls of the storehouse.
There is something missing. Perhaps it is gratitude for the inner well of wisdom.
The media focus is always on the outer, on the mirage of beauty and power.
But people are all alike; nothing less than the truth will unlock the door of “I am.”
Supply is within. I am within. I wait. I give thanks. I manifest divinity.
I turn off the TV. I disconnect. I take a walk. I savor silence.
And then I see how far off course I have veered.
But I look up and see the starry heavens and remember that is where I came from.
And I exult and I am exalted.
This process must be repeated endlessly. There is no such thing as permanency in this world.
Humility helps us to heal.
Self-mercy mends the “me.”