Our source of supply isn’t the Federal Reserve
In recent weeks, there has been much talk of a lack of supply for humanity due to the economic climate in Europe and in the United States of America. This is a misnomer. Our source of supply doesn’t come from the Federal Reserve. It comes from the Laws of Cause and Effect (Sowing & Reaping), which every human being is subject to. We hear much of lack of money in society but once again this is a fallacy. First of all, money is not paper notes or credit cards or numbers on a screen. Money is an idea – thoughts in our consciousness. For instance, if we stopped using paper notes as legal tender, even if you had £1,000,000 in notes, they would become worthless. What has changed? It’s the value that we put on things that creates money (which is a medium of exchanging value). What would happen if we decided that we should no longer use gold as the central component to our economy and instead use silver? Immediately, silver would become worth more. How would that be possible? It would be possible through our thoughts, feelings and ideas. When we decide that something is valuable, this is created in our minds. Consider seriously that once upon a time, oil was known as a dirty liquid and was of no use until a handful of men decided that it could be used as a great medium of exchange.
As for the Federal Reserve, they may be able to print “money out of thin air” however, we decide whether the trillions that they print, with no gold as back up (they use secret bonds instead) are worth anything. We, as human beings, create “money” or “value” or “medium of exchange” in our consciousness, through our thoughts, feelings and ideas. The credit, debit cards and notes that we own are not money. They merely represent it. Now seeing that it is us as human beings who create and decide what is valuable through our ideas, then we must say that the source of money (our source of supply) is deep within us. We are the creators of the medium of exchange. The banks, like everything else, are simply manifestations of our ideas, which we create in our minds. As we collectively agree on a new medium of exchange, we tap into a collective cosmic consciousness, which then becomes a super power. This power (God inspiring creative thinking) is our source of supply.
Seeing that less than 1% of the worlds finance is backed up in gold, silver, oil, notes and coins, you have nothing to fear. Most of the trillions of dollars in the world never existed in the first place. So the next time you hear that a bank has lost billions of dollars, remember that 99% of what they have in value doesn’t and hasn’t actually ever existed (in physical form). It was our ideas and beliefs in the 99% that kept it going. And if we have that much power to support 99% of something that never existed, we can surely find a new way of keeping prosperity consciousness alive.
Christopher “Divinity” Dines is an author & former House DJ who helps people to live happier and healthier lives through personal development and spirituality. Follow “Divinity” at: https://twitter.com/#!/divinitydines