To experience lack is to experience separation from the innate freedom of your spirit. The experience of lack is not however a “lesser” experience — or one to be extinguished — because it is what gives us the feeling of appreciation within the experience of wealth which is necessary for that wealth to be experienced as abundance.
You can also neatly transpose this understanding of the relationship between lack and abundance onto being embodied versus being in spirit:
To experience being embodied is to experience separation from the innate freedom of your spirit. The experience of physicality is not however a “lesser” experience because of how it gives your spirit a wider understanding — and hence appreciation — of the infinite nature of its freedom to be.