The living water means inspiration. The word inspiration comes from the Latin “Spiro,” meaning I breathe into. We breathe air without effort, likewise we must let the Divine Light or creative essence of God flow through our intellect without tension. The subjective mind in us perceives by intuition. It does not have to reason or inquire as it is all-wise, infinite intelligence. If you say to your subconscious, sometimes referred to as the subjective mind (being subject to the conscious mind), “Wake me up at seven o’clock,” you know that you awaken exactly at the time specified. It never fails.
We must realize that herein lies a source of power which is omnipotent. Many good people have erroneous ideas about being inspired. They believe that it is an extraordinary event to be experienced by mystics or highly spiritual people, and they think it applies to prayer and the Bible only. This is not true.
~ Joseph Murphy, The Miracle Power of Your Mind (1953)