Every true desire results from inspiration. Inspiration is fundamentally spiritual. We are spiritual beings. Everywhere we go, spiritual being is there. So, from this spiritual perspective, we can see a much deeper impetus for what is being dubbed “The Great Resignation” and it’s impelling a seismic shift in all aspects of life including the workspace. As everyone knows and has experienced, this global pandemic has caused an abrupt rupture in the fabric of life-as-we-knew-it. For ‘things to go back to normal” is impossible because when things shift, they never settle back where they were before the upheaval started.
Progress is a spiritual law, and actually, so is coincidence. While material law states that coincidence is random and mere chance, the spiritual law of coincidence is that events or people come together as a result of the spiritual agreement between the Divine Intelligence (which communicates through inspiration) and us.
So, while many of us are feeling impelled to make changes, in order to make them meaningful, I recommend considering the following:
- Acknowledge good; that the employment or place you seek is seeking you to do good, to make a contribution to something bigger than yourself. When we recognize that it’s not all about “me”, but that “me” is a piece of a whole tapestry within which “me” is an integral part of the collective whole, this mental attitude clears the radar making it easier to determine the presence and location of an opportunity which will provide affinity for good between both parties.
- Recognize that supply and demand are one. In spiritual terms there is no disparity. Therefore, if a demand is being made, the resources must also be supplied to fulfill that demand. If resources seem to be in short supply with a particular opportunity, it may be identifying that it’s not the right place for you. The right choice should be effortless because there is no inertia in a harmonious outcome; it should always meet every human need.
- See that your consciousness is prepared for, enlarged to receive, uplifted, joyous, and most of all expectant of infinite good so that no sense of limitation can hinder the full manifestation of good for you and those whom the change affects. In the realm of the spiritual, we’re dealing with what’s in our consciousness, not with what’s outside of us. Everything starts with what we think. Shakespeare put it this way: “There is nothing either good or bad, but thinking makes it so.” Let’s make sure our thoughts are expectant of good. The human tendency is to not expect the best but the worst so that we don’t get disappointed if something doesn’t work out. But the irony is, this attitude prevents or even repels the very thing we want; and worse, it cultivates the belief that we lack something because it didn’t work out. We need to change our sense of lack to the consciousness of abundance and harmony in order to experience divine government in our lives.
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