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Supply is greater than demand!

by Lisa Meta Griff on May 26, 2013

This past year I have heard the word DESIRE a lot and it has me asking myself, what do I truly desire for my life? I found myself uncomfortable with wanting certain things, wondering if there was enough for me and if I deserved it. I had desires, many desires. I began to see that my desires were linked to the fact that I was dissatisfied. Dissatisfied always seemed like a negative thing, like I was complaining and not appreciating what I have.
It wasn’t until learning about the Law of Supply that I realized my desires are born out of being dissatisfied and give birth to potential and change.  “…recognize that when you desire any particular effect, it is because that specific “good” is already in existence in the sphere of causes.” (Raymond Holliwell, Working with the Law)
I have come to love desiring; I see it as my guide pulling me forward into my own advancement of life. Last week we talked about the Law of Thinking, that we become what we think about. When you apply that law to knowing that what you desire already exists, you can begin to fully embrace the Law of Supply drawing into your life the thing you most desire.
It is our worries and fears that there is not enough that restrict and limit the supply – they close off the flow and pull you further into limitation rather than lifting you into abundance. You must train yourself to expect more and relax in the knowing that the supply is greater than the demand.

“The supply is greater than the demand, and the demand is determined by man’s own thinking. The secret of the Law lies in one’s consciousness. A man’s life consists not in the abundance of the things he possesses, but in the consciousness of that which he has. Man possesses the whole world and all its wealth, yet is only able to enjoy what his consciousness permits him to discern.” (Raymond Holliwell, Working with the Law)

Listen to Bob teach The Law of Supply here!
Below I highlight main points about this law from Working with the Law by Raymond Holliwell.

  • “Ask, and it shall be given you; seek, and ye shall find; knock, and it shall be opened unto you.” Matt. 7:7
  • You can be happy and dissatisfied at the same time.
  • The is one source of supply.
  • Each thought of good is a seed, for the production of good.
  • Which comes first, seeing or believing? this law is founded on our belief which then determines our sight.
  • There is an infinite source of supply.
  • Whenever man has needed a certain thing in life, an idea has been first given to him in mind. He was inspired to develop the idea and then materialize it by converting a piece of mud or metal into a usable form.
  • As we are able to think and to realize more abundance out of what we already have, we shall not only expand our thinking, but receive more abundantly.
  • As we can charge a magnet with electric energy to build up its power of magnetism, so can our mind be charged with a mental energy that builds up a power of attraction.
  • Because some people do not see an abundance around them and do not enjoy plenty is evidence that they do not understand or do not apply the Law. In their blindness they say that plenty does not exist, and so far as they can see, they may be right. But when they learn to see with their mind’s eye, they will realize differently.
  • NOTHING can ever become SOMETHING, nor can SOMETHING ever become NOTHING.
  • Why did people live so long content with the horse and carriage and not enjoy the automobile? Because they could not imagine it. Their minds were not trained to demand such a thing. Was the supply available to build such a machine? There was as much supply at hand then as now, in fact the supply has always been there since the beginning. Thus, it was not God’s fault that the auto was so late in coming to man’s need. It was man’s fault because he had been so long realizing the need. Where there is no demand, there will be no evidence of supply.
  • Substance can be converted, transmuted, and changed in a million ways, but it can never be destroyed.
  • The universe will only give you what you put in the order form – what are you ordering?
Breath work is the first powerful tool we both experienced that changed our lives. These 11 Laws are the second most powerful tool that has transformed the way we experience LIFE. And since Monica and I are extremely committed to helping you improve your experience of LIFE, we just had to share this with you!! Stay tuned for Law #3 next week!
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