There’s so much more we can all do and give

 


We want to make sure that all our members are not only having a great impact in their own lives by expanding in knowledge and awareness but also a huge impact in the world. Let’s all be part of the solution!

“Money does not represent such a value as men have placed upon it. All my money has been invested into experiments with which I have made new discoveries enabling mankind to have a little easier life.”
~ Nikola Tesla

That's why we are giving 30% of all membership price of the Mind Mastery Program back to the environment and education foundations that you choose when joining the program so we can all contribute and share the impact and benefits of this great attitude.
Today we have a lot of choices but we tend to pick the easy ones. Living a better life doesn’t mean having lots of things we may only end up using once or twice, so create space for what really matters.

A better life means a healthier clean life full of knowledge, love, reciprocity and understanding. We seem to always be competing trying to display a better external image hoping to be admired. The question is: how does the things we show off are really building us a brighter future and how the knowledge we gain is working to support your life and everybody else’s?

Give more and receive more but… “We must willingly give and graciously receive.”

MASTER THE ART OF GIVING

 


“Give others all that is alive in us—our interest, understanding, our knowledge, our humor, everything in us that’s good. In doing so, we enhance the sense of aliveness in others while enhancing our own. When we give, we get a “heightened vitality” of what it means to be human.”   –Erich Fromm


With our changing economic times, everyone is asking for help in some form. There are as many reasons to give as there are ways to give.

Some people give for recognition. They want their names in programs, on park benches and in hospital lobbies. Others give expecting to be paid back or thanked, they give to get. Some people want a hands-on-experience and are generous with their time. Some like to give anonymously and don’t want any recognition at all.

People who truly master the art of giving, give out of the goodness of their hearts with no self-serving motives. Giving becomes a blessing for the giver and receiver.

It’s human nature to believe, “When I have more I’ll give more.” If you come from this mentality you never have enough of anything to give.

Generosity is a choice that feels right and joyful. Generosity comes from believing you have enough to share.

The following are gifts we all have that can benefit others.

Give
forgiveness.

Forgiveness offers healing to family, friends, coworkers and neighbors. Forgive yourself and others in spite of memories of unlovable times. Drop the story of what they did and what you did and the meaning you have given it.

Give
encouragement.

When people are filled with doubt and fear they lack courage. When you inspire and motivate someone to act on their dreams, it can be life changing. You are making the world a better place.

Give
money.

Giving stuff is easy. We usually don’t need or want it… But almost everyone likes to hang on to their money. Giving away money is more difficult because it means less for you. Give money because others need it. Give money because we’re dependent on one another.

Give good
advice.

Ask the question, “Do you want advice or do you want me to listen.” If needed and wanted advice can be life-saving. Shared insights and wisdom is a precious gift.

Give
blood.

Save a life. I’ve done this on several occasions; it’s a great feeling to know you are helping to save someone’s life.

Give an
invitation.

Being invited to any kind of event means people want to be with you. When you invite someone into your life you are saying, “I want to spend time with you, you are important to me.

Give of
yourself.

Make someone feel loved, special and appreciated with a visit, phone call, email, text or card. Give a hand made gift. Give praise, gratitude and appreciation. This creates heart-to-heart connections.

Give someone
a gift card.

When you encounter a quotation or a good news story, pass it on with a personal “thinking of you” note. This is spirit-lifting. It can make someone’s day. Today hand written notes and cards are rare gifts.

Give
affection.

Appropriately offer a hug, a kiss on the cheek, a pat on the back, a touch on an arm or a tender look. We never lose the need for affection and acceptance. Touching heals emotional wounds.

Give a
recommendation.

Enrich someone’s life by sharing the discovery of a great blog, book, restaurant, product or service. The message you give is “This was a great find for me and I want to share it with you.”

Give the gift
of laughter.

Laughter brings health and happiness to others. It offers physiological, psychological and spiritual benefits. Laugh loud and laugh often with everyone.

Give without
keeping score.

Real giving is expecting nothing in return. Give when you have the opportunity not because you received something and want to return the favor. Never hesitate to give because you gave last.

Give an act
of kindness.

Kindness is the easiest and most abundant gift we have to give away. Buy Girl Scout cookies, always open the door for the person behind you, return your grocery cart, make cookies for your neighbor. The list is endless. Kindness brings joy to the giver, receiver and anyone witnessing the act!

GIVE
LOVE.

It’s easy to love those who love us back. Challenge yourself to give love to those who deserve it the least. Make your love unconditional. Make the world a more loving place. Everyone will reap the benefits!

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