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Sharing is the Infallible Magic Secret to Giving To Yourself!

Updated on July 18, 2011

MODE of Cosmic Therapy Esoteric Psycho-Analysis

Life's Bountiful Gifts
Life's Bountiful Gifts

MODE Of Cosmic Therapy Esoteric Psychology: To Live Is To Give

The ability to share is the single most engaging commanding secret of life! Notice: Ability is the key word, here. You have the ability to do a lot of things, but do you use the ability is another topic of conversation, altogether.

Sharing is not what you typically think it is. Sharing is not offering another person some of what you have. Sharing is not giving to someone with an idea attached of how much you gave, when you gave, and certainly not with the notion of recompense. You can’t possibly share anything IF you are aware of your actions.{meaning: You are thinking about what it is you are giving}

Sharing occurs naturally and conveniently without forethought, afterthought, or in the midst thought. You never share objects, money, or places. These things you don’t possess, though you may believe otherwise. The only possible asset you have to share is yourself. As Emerson so aptly said, “…A portion of thyself…”

We, as human beings are constantly receiving from the universe and because we are so richly endowed, we must in turn keep the flow going. Sharing is a cosmic circuit of prosperity which when slowed by your act of plugging a conduit results in backlog. In other words, you pay for what you don’t send out.

 You are in actuality taking away from yourself because you NEVER and I do repeat NEVER share with another. You are always sending out to yourself. It is written, “…Prove me now herewith; I will pour out a blessing you will not be able to contain…” (Paraphrased) IF you are lacking in anything in your life at this time, it is solely because you are not sharing.

In essence, you are hoarding. Hoard can mean holding onto worn out ideas that are no longer relative. Hoarding can mean you openly refuse to contribute to a relationship and/or creative endeavor. It does not mean to throw yourself away by not valuing your time, energy and effort, however.

 And, It absolutely does not mean to open yourself up like a 24 hour 7-11 store to all nomadic parties. And, incidentally, money is the LEAST you can share. As I have already clearly stated you do not share anything, in actuality but yourself. Money is a form of you. But turns into stagnant energy unless kept in the process of moving. It is no more than dead inert paper unless doing its inherent job in exchange of services rendered

. Keep the funds flowing. Ok. OK. Keep you moving is the key! Ironically, the one thing most people begrudge is sharing. Truly to give of oneself unconditionally is a most exalted state, few people realize or appreciate. But, the ones who do are the richest people in the world! Most people do not like being inconvenienced.

Sharing, to them, seems like an inconvenience. It requires of them to break a musty idea they’d like to retain: That they will be without IF they share. Nope. Wrong. Not so. You will continue to be without unless you do share. I must be totally candid with you sharing is not sharing at all. It is giving. You can not ever think of yourself as sharing but giving. To give is to participate in a magical process of receiving.

You can’t possibly know this statement to be true until you are at the place in your life where you can give without a thought of what you are giving, how much you are giving, to whom you are giving and that you are giving. You are a giver; you just don’t know it.

If I could share with (give) you this one dynamic unparallel secret: You are never giving anything to another, no matter how it appears. You are always giving to yourself. So, it almost seems selfish to give, right? It’s much too easy to believe that If I give you a dollar, I have taken from my pocket and handed it to you. But, it’s magic, I’m telling you. Pure unadulterated magic.

The dollar did not start with me nor will it end with me. Can’t you see this principle? It must travel. It is commissioned to do a divine work. Just like you. You are the wizard transporter. It will return to you many times over but only on the condition that you send it out. Now, here’s the clincher (there’s always a clincher) you Can’t give merely to receive. {Even though the law will ultimately work in either case} In order to expand your awareness of the universal laws in operation behind the so-called world of reality, you must not have an aim proposed. You must give freely without a string attached.

Strings act like a boomerang and snatch from the one who holds the string. {Sorta like a runaway kite}

Next, funky tidbit regarding sharing (giving) You can’t recognize a need in yourself to give. That’s gluttonous vain glory. That’s the brass tacks of the matter. They hurt if you step on them. Ask yourself: Do you have a need to be remembered or valued for having shown your generosity or benevolence?

Do you, after having given of your time, effort or money think to yourself what a wonderful person you are for having done that particular act of charity? Do you stop to count the cost before you give to someone? If so, keep your meager pocket gift. No matter if it is a truly expensive gift or gesture, it is still pocket change.

 A poor woman’s paltry attempt is far more glorious and resounding than your conscious recounted act of pious giving.

When and only when you give without thought or recourse are you truly sharing. You never give to be compensated. Otherwise the gift is for gain. {Plain and simple} When the first motion of sharing is acted upon, the invisible reward is thereto attached.

You can never be cheated out of a return. But, on the same token never attempt to give to get. (IF you’re really not up to the challenge leave the powerfully impenetrable secret, alone!!!} No one says you have to give.

The concept of sharing is really very esoteric. It is impossible for you to give without receiving. It is like planting a seed in the spring’s richly receptive soil. No one needs to worry or fret over whether or not the seed will burst through the ground. The flowering of the seed was guaranteed the moment it was buried in the earth.

 So too does the act of giving insure a flowering. You are commissioned to share. It is your innate nature as a divine human being. To deprive yourself of the joys and pleasures thereto attached are in themselves delirious, painstakingly harmful and completely unproductive. Money is the least commodity you possess to give.

How do you feel about giving the least? What is your idea of the most you can share? Make a committed effort of joyfulness to share something everyday. Get to that place whereby you are totally unaware of giving. Give. Give. Give. You’ll be amazed at what happens. Its fun and it’s full of everlasting cosmic enriching passion.

Gift Of Light
Gift Of Light

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      jill of alltrades 

      8 years ago from Philippines

      What a beautiful hub about sharing! I wholeheartedly agree with your thoughts!

      Thank you very much for sharing!

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