I am currently watching a series of webinars on the computer about the law of abundance and i realise that taking that law and working it in isolation is a mighty dangerous thing to do. There are at least 4 other laws that are needed to be working in our lives to make abundance permanent (and what good is abundance if it is only temporary? Better not to have it at all than to have it and lose it!)
The other factors we need are Continuity, stability, detachment and growth (of all things, especially the soul;- abundance is primarily growth of goods, services and money.)
If we have four of these things without detachment they still wont work as detachment is the central pile in the foundations of life. So if you have four – abundance, stability, continuity and growth – then these make up the four corners. from the four corners comes beams that meet in the middle in an X formation. thes beams are not long enough to reach from corner to corner, otherwise we would only need 2 beams. If there is no central pile we can cobble these together but as soon as abundance comes and puts a grand piano on the centre it will collapse as it outweighs the holding capacity of the floor. To support a grand piano we have to have a pile at the centre of the X shaped beams! Does that make sense?
another thing is that we have to put our foundations down in solid rock or heavy soil. No good putting them in quick sand! The quicksand of humanity is emotions. The solid rock of humanity is reasons backed by emotions on all three levels (the physical, the metaphysical and the spiritual) Only this way can we be whole. Only a whole house can ever win ( “a house divided can never win”). Biblically speaking a whole house is a holy house! The word holy literally means whole. A holiday is a day on which we take time to reassemble the different distributed pieces of ourselves and make them whole again , To re-create our energies is a two step process 1) rest and then re-creation. if we have only rest and no recreation we remain in pieces (un-whole/ unholy)
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