That sounds like the whole ball game, right? Well, the other morning while meditating I realized that in order to be fully in that space, I must renounce my dependence on things, people, and experiences for my source and supply. That may be implied by looking to the presence of your Buddha nature/divinity as your source and supply, but implication is not sufficient. You must clearly renounce, relinquish, that habit energy that has been with you throughout your life.
The Abundance Book as well as The Course in Miracles makes clear the importance of renouncing what we have previously put our faith in as providing for or supply, namely money and material things, jobs, people. It's not that these things are not important to one's life, but they are not the source of your supply. Buddhist teaching is very clear that that comes from within, and it comes from our being one with our Buddha nature, our divinity, or if you wish, the presence of God within us. (See my post, "Buddhism and the Divine.")
This is one more aspect of the importance of surrendering your ego to your true Buddha nature. See my post, "Turning Your Will and Your Life Over to Your True Buddha Nature."