Say, for example, you'd like to have a certain amount of money show up in your life.
Common logic follows this kind of conversation: "Okay, what's missing? How much do I need, and by when? I need to get this much by a certain date. What do I need to do to get there?"
Seems like a reasonable and sensible approach to a solution, right?
Spiritual logic approaches this differently and follows this kind of conversation: "This Universe is a giving universe and conspires for my highest and best good, simply because I am made of the Universe itself. All the riches of the Universe are already available to me. Knowing this truth, who am I called to be to allow more of this good in my life? In what ways am I being inspired to up-level my own awareness of who I am so that I can see that I am already equal to this good? What actions am I inspired to take that reveals this with joy and ease?"
When you read these two different examples of logic, what do you see as the main differences? What kinds of feelings does each one evoke for you?
This might not be apparent, but there are assumptions underneath each of these conversations.
Common logic assumes that the Universe is made of separate parts. You are separate from the money that you seek. Therefore, if you want money, you have to get the money. There's an underlying feeling of having to work at it to make it happen.
Spiritual logic, on the other hand, assumes that you and the rest of the Universe are not separate but in truth are One. Because Spirit is the Oneness that is all things (both visible and invisible), then you and money are One in this giving Universe.
Therefore, your work is not to "get" anything but to "know" that you are already equal to this Good. The energy, then, is one of allowing and revealing. The feeling is a state of flow.
Both kinds of logic require work but the flavor of work is different. The work in spiritual logic is for you to know this truth and to move into action inspired by this truth. What's essential to this logic working, though, is that you have to believe your reasoning.
If you know in your heart that spiritual logic makes sense but it's a little hard for you to fully embrace, then here's a couple simple phrases that might help. Say, "I'm open to this idea being true in my life." If you're not yet feeling completely open, then say, "I'm willing to be open to this Truth." You can also add, "If this spiritual logic were true, what inspired action would I take?"
Spiritual logic is another form of spiritual practice where you get to train your mind to be open to infinite, joyous possibilities.
So here’s your coaching assignment for the week:
- Bring to your mind something in your life that you'd like to experience differently.
- Contemplate what common logic would say in how to approach the situation. See what action steps come up for you.
- Then contemplate what spiritual logic would say. (Here's a hint: Spiritual logic starts off from a place of love, joy and infinite possibilities. See if you could feel into that as you begin your contemplation. And then see if any different action steps emerge for you.
- From there, feel into where you're inspired to move and take action.
Try this out and let me know how this works for you. The exercise here is to be open to approaching life from a more expansive and freer perspective. You have the power to create the life you want.
As Albert Einstein stated, "Once we accept our limits, we go beyond them." Go beyond any limits placed in your life and reach into infinite possibility, and know that you are loved and supported. Namaste.
I'd love to hear what you think about spiritual logic and common logic. Please leave a comment below. And if you need some extra support, know that I am available to be a listening ear and provide some guidance if you'd like clarity on whatever challenges you may be facing in your life. Click here to contact me for a free clarity session with prayer.