This video contains free affirmations to become a more generous, giving person.
Did you know that a simple act of generosity has the ability to transform your mood? In fact, researchers have discovered that even thinking about doing something generous actually generates a mood boost in the brain.
When we’re stressed and overwhelmed with life, it can be easy to shut down and become emotionally isolated. The act of generosity opens us up again, and reminds us that we’re part of a whole and that we’re all in this together.
Many people grow up believing there isn’t enough to go around. As a result, they may become stingy or fearful, often developing the habit of hoarding.
This actually creates more anxiety because it reinforces your beliefs that you have to hold on tightly to what you have.
Qualities of Generous People
Generous people give without expecting anything in return, and even though they may gain something personally, this is not a motivating factor. They view the world in a positive light, and believe in making it a better place.
Being generous makes you happy because it feeds optimism and allows you to attract more good experiences and people into your life.
Even if you grew up in an environment where people were not generous, you can change your mindset to be more generous with the help of positive affirmations.
This video will help you:
- Be more generous of your time, money and emotional support;
- Stop worrying about not having enough;
- Feel more optimistic and light hearted;
- Attract more good things into your life
You don’t necessarily have to give away money, although you can if you want to. You can also give time, clothes, food or household items.
Positive change can take a little time, so if you’ve never given away money, start by giving away one dollar. For example, you could put it in the guide dogs box at the supermarket. The point is to just get started.
Listen to this video on a regular basis (with earphones) and practise small acts of generosity when you can, and watch how your life transforms.
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