When you relax into the flow of what is, of how things really work, when you allow the physical to support the mind, and the mind to support the Spirit, all will be well.
The things of the heart are more weighty and more powerful than the things of the mind. They carry more energy, they demand more focus. It has always been so. The seat of the soul is in the heart, not in the mind. Matters of the spirit outweigh those of the physical. To exist in this world, to interact with others, to participate in the space/time continuum, you need the physical. It is merely a vehicle, though. You are a spiritual being having a human experience. Your spirit talks to you through the chemical reactions in your body that happen in response to stimulus. Your mind takes those sensations and interprets them, whereupon they become emotions. So the mind is the intermediary between spirit and body. The mind is where we truly experience everything on a conscious level.
Your focus dictates your perceptions. Your perceptions dictate your experience.
Release your perception of the physical. Worrying about money will not bring you more money. All money is physical representation of an exchange of energy. Focus on the energy itself. Where are you putting it out? Where are you allowing yourself to receive? Where are you blocking the energy by fighting the Universe or denying what is?
Relax into the flow once again and the flow will happen. The flow is a constant force that you occasionally choose to take yourself out of, usually by brute force. Relax. Breathe. Reconnect with the earth and the sky and the air and the spark of the Divine that resides within you and know that all will be right with the world.
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