Declare “I Am Generous” to create an abundance mindset.
There are many ways to be generous. You can be generous with your time, talents, money, wisdom, expertise, knowledge, and attention. Challenge yourself to give from the heart at least once a day. It’s good for your soul.
It’s been proven that there is a direct link between generosity and happiness. Giving activates the pleasure center in your brain and releases dopamine, the feel-good chemical. Practice being generous and notice how you feel.
Neurologically, generosity is the equivalent of eating your favorite dessert or making love. Do random acts of generosity for the pure joy of giving.
Generosity is a fundamental feature of human nature. Find a charity that you care about and donate money or volunteer your time.
Have the courage to believe that challenges are wrapped in life lessons. Once you learn a life lesson it’s easier to move beyond the challenge and help others do the same.
A generous person is emotionally available and hospitable. Make sure that kindness and compassion are at the heart of your generosity.
The act of giving is part of the gift; appreciating a gift is part of the receiving. Whether you’re giving or receiving, it’s important to be a conscious participant in the exchange.
Preparing and sharing a delicious, healthy meal is a generous act. Not only are you feeding a person’s body, you’re also feeding their heart and soul.’Tis the season of generosity! May you always be blessed with health, happiness and prosperity! MERRY CHRISTMAS