So, you want to be a millionaire? Actually you already are when you realize God’s infinite supply.
And he said unto him, “Son, thou art ever with me, and all that I have is thine.” Luke 15:31
So, you ask, “How do I tap into this infinite supply; this millionaire mind?”
And the answer is, “Let go of all that we currently have.”
Sound silly? Sound impractical? What we already have is of an earthly nature. We cannot fill a vessel already full and so we have to empty it first. But only in our concepts. We must re-educate ourselves as to the nature of supply and the source of a millionaire mind.
When one understands that we are all ONE – that we all belong to the same “I AM”, one comes to the awareness that supply can never be depleted upon the spending of it. We merely give it to “I” by another name… but always it is God.
The more one talks and reads, the more he receives words into his vocabulary.
The more one runs, the longer he is able to run.
The more one exercises, the more endurance he acquires.
The more one teaches, the more knowledge he receives to continue teaching.
The more one practices, the more proficient he becomes.
These are the principles of supply – the more we use what we have, the more we obtain. When we try to hold on to something it has a way of being wasted. It loses its value. It gets lost. This is Truth.
What if the tides went out but never came in? There must be a constant flow without the fear of not seeing it again. So it is with money. We must let it flow freely, knowing the nature of money is invisible supply. Money is only a form. See beyond its appearance. This is having a ‘millionaire mind”.
Apples and oranges are also forms of supply – but they are the tree’s supply, not ours. Apples and oranges are the demonstration of the experience of the tree. And they are being formed invisibly within the tree without our awareness. God’s infinite supply is manifesting as everything, but we limit this manifestation in our own experience by thinking supply is only in the form of money and that it comes from something or somewhere outside of ourselves.
Because God is “I Am” and all that God is, we are, how can we ever experience lack or limitation of any kind? If we cannot grasp this truth, close our eyes and in the stillness of human thought turn within and ask, “God, instruct me as to the nature and source of supply.” In that “closet” in which we pray, the truth is revealed. There one finds he is, indeed, a millionaire.