Many authors have written about natural laws that govern perception, reality and the power of mind and thoughts. Over the next several days, we will explore the various ways these writers have named and described these laws. This examination is merely a quick look at each of these laws, however. It is recommended that you study the books mentioned for yourself to gain a deeper understand of The Laws and how to apply them in your life.
Raymond Holliwell, in his book “Working With The Law,” proposed that there was one ultimate law, the Law of Mind, and that it was in reality synonymous with God. He then broke that one Law down into 11 component laws. One of these laws was Attraction, but instead of being the entirety of the law, it worked in conjunction with the other ten. Today we will continue our look at how Dr. Holliwell viewed The Laws by examining the second of the 11 components of this Law of Mind.
Law of Supply
As we will see, each of these 11 aspects of the Law of Mind (what Holliwell called simply Law) build upon and support one another. As the Law of Thinking determines that the ruling mental state of an individual determines what their outward reality will be, the Law of Supply helps the mind maintain a positive state when it is understood that there is no limit to the supply available that we do not impose ourselves.
Holliwell says that the problem many people have in realizing that there is no limit to supply is that they can more easily look to creature than creator as the source. He equates his Law of Mind directly with God, and says that God is the ultimate source of everything (or whatever name you may apply to God.) The problem is that we are conditioned to believe what we see, even when we know on an intellectual level that God is our source of supply and His supply is infinite. If we only see lack or want around us, we have trouble believing that there is a source for our supply to flow to us.To enjoy the abundance of good around us, we must understand that everything comes from one infinite source of supply. If you experience lack, it is due to thoughts because there is no shortage. There is no lack nor limitation.
Everything around us, all matter in the universe, is ultimately made of the same thing. All matter is in fact, when examined closely enough, seen to actually be energy. This is one element of Einstein’s famous equation, E=MC2. We all know that energy cannot be created or destroyed. If you burn something, it simply changes form. Some of it is changed to ash and smoke, some is converted to energy and released as heat, light and even sound. But all of it is conserved. Therefore no wealth, no material, no thing that has ever existed is ever truly destroyed, only its form is changed.
The “supply” that is spoken of can take many forms. It can be money, clothes, food or anything else. However, the point is made that it can also be ideas. The principles that were used to develop electricity production and distribution, flight, and the Internet have always existed. Just because someone discovered a principle and applied it does not mean that they created that principle. It already existed, they just found it, or found a way to use it. There are more new ideas waiting to be had than there are ideas that have already been put to work, and you have access to them. When the demand is there, the supply will manifest.