“If we clearly realize that the creative power in ourselves is unlimited, then there is no reason for limiting the extent to which we may enjoy what we can create by means of it.” – Judge Thomas Troward
Daily Nugget of Gold 1695
Endless Possibilities Abound
We’ve been chatting about the role of time as it relates to our goals and The Law of Attraction and for this session, we want to focus on the infinite wealth that the universe has to offer. So many discussions these days in political or scientific circles are focusing on what is believed to be the finite availability of resources at our disposal, and how we must focus on sustaining what we have through conservation and economic means. The idea here is the planet is just a finite size with a finite amount of material within it and we had better be careful not to “use up” what we have.
From a logical standpoint, it’s tempting to believe that the limits of what we have here on earth is all we have due to the present day constraints of space travel, being hugely expensive and all. What we fail to take into account with that is that there will be, undoubtedly, massive quantum leaps in technology and our understanding which will change that dynamic.
Further, we need to remember that physical matter reality isn’t the fundamental level of the universe, anyhow. The fundamental level is information-based, consciousness and awareness. The things in the universe that we see aren’t made up of solid mass at all. There is an appearance of that, but it is illusionary. A good way to look at this is to think if it is possible to run out of pixels. Or, if that doesn’t suit you, think of a movie screen- is there any limit to all the different images that can be shown on the screen? If you had a theater that showed one movie after another, 24 hours a day, would that ever reduce how many images it could display the next day?
Non-physical systems have absolutely no limits on them. Even if we were to think of the universe as limited, the limits would be well beyond our comprehension. Judge Thomas Troward pointed all of this out in his short piece entitled, The Spirit of Opulence in 1921, and he reminded us the thing that we have that is truly infinite is our ability to create. He said when we’re drawing from the infinite, we can never take more than our share. Dwell on that a bit.
Seeing the infinite as finite isn’t logical. What it is, however, is our own limits imposed upon an unlimited and boundless supply. If you want to live in a truly magnificent way, if you want infinite abundance delivered to you daily, you just need to create the circumstances that allow that to happen.
Question of the Day to Ask Ourselves
“What do I desire most and when would I like that to happen by?”
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