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Getting What You’re Entitled To

You’re entitled to a lot….like health and well-being, emotionally and physically….like purposeful, interesting and rewarding work….like productive, progressive relationships….like sufficiency of food, clothes and housing.

The reason you’re entitled to these is that divine Spirit is your source.

So to experience greater sufficiency in these areas, try practicing a more frequent, conscious connection with your source– to be more in relationship with Her. Grow in your understanding of how Spirit– which is inherently non-physical– can meet your needs for ordinary things like a job, a car, or being cured of migraine headaches.

The bottom line is that Spirit won’t actually hand you a fistful of money, or park a new Prius in your driveway tonight. But She is, at this very moment, imparting to you– far beyond what you currently realize– the qualities of character, the energy, the identity/individuality, and the motives that will enable you to get what you need.

Think about it. Changes toward spirituality in your mental or emotional perspective– away from fear or anger, for example– produce better health. Demonstrating greater consistency of creativity, confidence, and more willingness to cooperate with other people will improve your employment and earning power. Expressing increased patience in your love will improve your relationship with your significant other.

So getting more of what you need is about practicing specific, relevant spiritual qualities more consistently, with more focus, as part of your relationship with Her.

Using the word “Soul” as a synonym for this divine Spirit-source, Mary Baker Eddy advised,

“Soul has infinite resources with which to bless mankind, and happiness would be more readily attained and would be more secure in our keeping, if sought in Soul.” (Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures, p. 60)

I’d be delighted to help you get more of what you’re spiritually entitled to.


1 thought on “Getting What You’re Entitled To”

  1. Hi Miles,
    Thanks for these wonderful thoughts. I specially enjoyed this blogg. I hope you don’t mind but I will be forwarding it to my family!
    Well, have a wonderful day.

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