In the last issue, we talked about you discovering
your core, unconscious negative belief about
money. Did you find out what it was? If so, you're
well on your way to having a brand new
relationship to money. If you have not found it
yet, then keep looking. If you have not looked for
it yet, ask yourself why?

If you're not where you want to be financially
you've got nothing to lose and much to gain.

On to this issue.

One of the greatest things you can do to attract
money is to give it away. Yes, you read that
right. You attract more to you when you give
it away. Now, you may be wondering why. It
may even seem counterintuitive, but it's not.

The reason is simple. When you give money away,
you send a clear message to the Universe that you
don't need any money. When you don't need any
money, you have a prosperity consciousness. When
you have a prosperity consciousness, you think, feel
and act differently about money. When you do that
you attract more, you allow more to come to you.

On a related side note, it is the same for attracting
relationships, getting new clients, finding the
right people to help move your project along, etc.
When you don't need a life partner, that's when
he/she will show up. When you don't need new clients,
that's when they show up.

However, there are some other caveats to this.

*You can't give, expecting something in return.
You can't fool the Universe. It knows your true
intentions and there's no way to manipulate it.

*You can't give and have any ill feelings about it.
In other words, if you're resentful, that feeling
is coming from a place inside of you that believes
if you give to someone else, there won't be enough
for you. If you have those insecure, worrisome
feelings, you'll send those signals to the Universe.
The Universe will in turn provide opportunities for
you to keep worrying because it thinks that is what
you want.

* Finally, you don't give to feel better about
yourself. There are people who volunteer their
lives away, donating their time, money, energy
and resources, while secretly resenting it inside.
They give because that's how they get their needs
met, but they wish they could stop and just say no.
If you give from that place, it's not really giving,
it's manipulation.

The entire key is not to need anything. That is why
giving is such a miraculous thing.

On the positive side, there are many reasons to give.

* You give because you really want to give
* You give because your heart tells you
* You give for the sake of giving
* You give because it honors you
* You give with joy

I learned an acronym a long time ago that sums up most
of this.


If you look at the first letter of each of those words,
it spells GIVE.

One last thing. I don't believe you have to give
until it hurts. Give what you can, when you can
and how much you can and don't let anyone or
any group pressure you or make you feel bad for
not donating more.

In the next issue, I'll be talking about your
money and your value.

So, that's it for this issue my friend. May you be
blessed beyond belief and may all of your dreams
and your success come true. And may everything you
wish for be the least that you get.

Until next issue...

To your success,

Darshan G. Shanti - The 24 Hour Champion

Author's Bio: 

Darshan is an expert in human motivation, behavior change and rapid transformation. He is a 20-year veteran in the field of personal and professional development. He is an ontologist, facilitator, trainer, author and transformational speaker. He is the President of Freedom Incorporated, Inc., a revolutionary, innovative company dedicated to supporting organizations and people all over the world to help them to achieve their highest potential.

Darshan has a unique ability to very quickly empower participants to change their own minds about who they are and what's possible for themselves, both now and in the future. When they change their own minds, their change is permanent, leaving them free to make new decisions, take new actions and create new, powerful and fulfilling lives.

From Fortune 100 corporations such as Baxter Pharmaceuticals, to small mom and pop companies, school systems and prison systems, across the United States, he has worked with and inspired over 30,000 people.