Contract or Expand

Fear, worry and judgment tighten our muscles, cause our shoulders to round and our vision to shift downward. Conversely, when we offer the benefit of the doubt, expect the best and greet the world with openness, our heads lift, our eyes widen, opportunities beckon,...

Sharing Makes You Rich

As we sow, so shall we reap. What goes around comes around. When we share we feel abundant. On the other hand, obsessive focus on how much we have leads to a mentality of scarcity, which is more about fearing we might eventually not have enough rather than actually...

Unto Thyself

Until you’re deeply satisfied with yourself, you’ll continue to search for external affirmation. But relying on the outside world for reassurance interferes with your ability to relate and connect to others authentically. When you’re whole and...

Giving for Real

Expecting something in return for a ‘gift’, isn’t real giving, it’s making a trade. Even just wanting an ‘appropriate’ response of appreciation muddies the waters of the offering. Pretending to give when there are actually strings...

True Giving

True giving asks for nothing in return. When you want something back, even credit for your generosity, it’s more of an exchange than a gift. When you give without expectation, the joy is in the giving, so you don’t have to wait until you get acknowledgment...

The Gift of Attention

Practically everything you do is designed to help you get attention. From the things you talk about to the skills and talents you develop, your expression is intended to make an impression. Recognizing the truth of this universal desire helps you to understand that...