My Source and My Supply is Spirit

Alicia Kay Hanlen, RScP

My Source and My Supply is Spirit
by Alicia K. Hanlen
Practitioner Emeritus
Taos Study Group

As I look out onto the world in which I inhabit, I am continually in awe of the abundance that surrounds me. The sky, the earth, the clouds, the plant life and animal species that abound – the list is indeed endless!

And I know and acknowledge that I am one with all of this, for I declare in the words of Dr. Holmes: “There is One Life, that Life is God’s Life, and my Life, and your Life right now!” What a powerful statement that is, and it fills me with a feeling of hopefulness and a deep abiding faith that all is well! For I know that regardless of global or personal circumstances or even challenges, this Divine Life shall endure. It is inherent in each and every one of us, right where we sit, bursting forth in all of its glory and intensity.

This Divine Life provides the very air we breathe, the ground on which we stand, and the beauty around us. It allows us the opportunity to create our world, through our thoughts, intentions and deeds. It supplies us with our needs as we give ourselves over to trusting our Source. Our Source is the all-in-all, the personification of the One Life individualized as each of us. Our supply is infinite and all encompassing. How can we go wrong when Spirit contains all the love, all the health, all the prosperity, and all the peace there is in its infinite and omniscient Life?

Affirm with me silently: My life is filled with happiness, health, and well-being.
Now, think of a loved one and affirm for them: Your life is filled with happiness, health, and well-being.
And lastly, for all beings on the globe affirm: Just as I wish to, may you live with ease, happiness, and good health. 

Thank you, dear sweet Spirit, for all that you are and all that you provide. My life is truly blessed. And so it is.