A businessman lamented that he had lost several important clients, and that he feared not having enough income to pay his bills. I told him to not see the departing clients as loss, but as adjustment. I reminded him that his source of income was not clients. It was God, and that God was providing him with abundance as much today as any other day of his life. I explained that any departing of clients was some type of adjustment going on in his business allowing even better clients to come his way. And that proved to be the case. I shortly received reports that new customers were coming in from unexpected places, and that his business income was still robust.
If you are ever faced with an event that threatens to upturn your life, see it in terms of adjustment, rather than turmoil. There is a blessing to come out of it.
When thought is willing to let go of its limited view that feels threatened, it becomes open to God’s expansive spiritual view which allows something better to appear.
For instance, if a conflict erupts between you and your spouse, see it as a time for an adjustment in thought that allows for greater harmony, love and understanding to prevail between the two of you.
If feeling sick, see it as an opportunity for thought to adjust and get more into line with the health coming from God that is never lost.
Whatever turmoil appears, it’s no threat to God’s goodness coming to you. Stay calm about what you see and put it into spiritual perspective.
With God, there is a solution. Let thought adjust to that solution, and the picture of turmoil will vanish.
“Look unto me, and be ye saved, all the ends of the earth: for I am God, and there is none else”
Isaiah 45:22, KJV.