Giving comes from your intuition
- Sharing or giving requires that you…
- Subtracting from what you have
- People you give to or share with learn something
One thing your intuition tells you is to share. However, most people aren’t listening. Believe it or not, the act of giving comes from your intuition.
Sharing or giving requires that you deliberately take some time out of your day to do it. Most people think they are too busy, or too important to share. These people spend their lives accumulating things like money and possessions in order to build up their status. They surround themselves with these possessions to build up walls to keep people out, especially people who don’t have those things.
They think that if you give something away you are subtracting from what you have. In reality, you are creating something; creating something more than what was in the world before. You create a connection. A connection with others, with total strangers, or with a cause.
In turn, the people you give to or share with, learn something. They learn, by observing you, what it feels like to be a giver. If everyone felt this way and listened to their intuition they would create a world of givers rather than takers. One small act of sharing or giving can have a ripple effect in the world. So, listen to your intuition, become a giver, and change your world today.
QUESTION: What should readers take away from this message today?
ANSWER: That your intuition is always telling you to share and give and does so with your highest good in mind. However, your intuition is never a respecter of your convenience. It tells you when you need to be told.
QUESTION: Why is this information timely?
ANSWER: This information is timely because now more than ever people are building walls around themselves, afraid of losing what little they have left, or by hording everything thinking they become a better, more successful person.
QUESTION: How can readers best apply this information to their lives right now?
ANSWER: Start small. Try smiling at a stranger just to see how it feels. Graduate to donating to a worthy cause a little at first to see how it feels. Give a stranger or homeless person five dollars for food to see how it feels. There, that wasn’t so hard, was it?
COMMENTARY: It’s interesting to learn about how intuition really works. Some people who are liberal with their intuition, their giving, see it as common sense and a connection to all who share the planet with them. They feel (intuit) this connection and act on it without hesitation. If you feel a rigidity and restricted inside yourself to act in accordance with your humanity, then take their advice and start small. You will become the pebble that starts a ripple effect that changes the world.