Economics as taught by our esteemed institutions of higher learning can be reduced to a simple trio of words:
Supply and Demand
It’s explained like this: I create a supply of widgets. Through advertising, publicity and marketing, I create a demand for that widget supply. You, the demander of widgets, demand my supply and I make a fortune.
Spiritual Economics works in the exact reverse. To wit,
Demand and Supply
First, I demand of the Universe what I need. Someone to design this new website, Mother, and a videographer, and a social networking marketer, and graphic designers, and book cover wizards, and a recording engineer, and you name whatever else. Every single time I had a need, I asked the Universe for what I needed.
Second, if I’ll wait, quietly, patiently, without trying to force things, the demand is supplied so fast that my head spins.
It’s a lot harder, and longer, to create according to traditional economic principles. Spiritual economics are far easier because one takes one’s request to the storehouse of the entire Universe. They’re never out of anything. They don’t require marketing. In fact, the Universe itself IS supply.
Seek ye first . . . in the easiest, most abundant place . . . and all these things shall be added unto you.