Unconditional Giving Is the Key to Receiving More Abundance
Do you offer unconditional giving? Or do you find yourself often giving and expecting something in return?
Many people operate from a place of “shortage consciousness.” Meaning, they believe that the more YOU have, the less THEY can have. They believe there are only so many resources, and we all must fight to stake our claim.
However this just isn’t true.
There isn’t a shortage of anything. There’s no shortage of money, or health, or inspiration. There’s plenty to be had by anyone who is willing to tap into it through positive expectation.
This is why giving is SO important. Giving of yourself freely, without expectation of anything in return, is a HUGE message you send to the universe that says “I believe I am so prosperous I can give it away and I will be just fine!”
The problem with limited or conditional giving
When we avoid giving out of fear we tell the universe “I don’t believe there is enough to support me, so I must hold on to what little I have.”
Even worse, there is the method of giving in order to receive. In this method the person gives and gives, but only because he or she believes they MUST give in order to receive back from others. Conditional giving like this is just another form of shortage consciousness.
Conditional giving sends a message that says “I must EARN what comes my way, as I am not deserving of what I want exactly as I am.”
So this new year, I invite you to give a little more freely and without expectation. Offer some of your time, or money or skills to someone who could benefit from it. Just remember to give knowing in your heart that you can give it all away and you would be just fine.
Give just to experience the freedom of knowing all is well regardless of how much you give. Give to practice the knowing that you have access to infinite resources.
You may be surprised with what comes your way next.
Case in point…
This afternoon I was cornered in the parking lot of Best Buy by a woman asking me if I could spare a couple of dollars.
I don’t know if she was swindling me or if she genuinely needed it, but I had a five dollar bill on me so I pulled it out and gave it to her and wished her well.
The way I saw it, I found myself fortunate enough to be able to share some of my prosperity to someone who may smile a little brighter today because of it. Five dollars is nothing to me, but it appeared to be much more significant to this woman.
Just a few minutes later, we ended up finding a birthday present we had already bought online for my son on sale for $70 less than what we paid for. So, we cancelled our original online offer and picked up the new gift from Best Buy and went on our merry way.
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Are these two events connected? I don’t know. But I will tell you this, when I offer unconditional giving, the money always comes back to me, and usually in a much higher amount.
Just something to consider!
XO, Andrea (Law of Attraction Educator)