Generosity Spiritual Principle
|Outer Focus||Animal Devas|
|Inner Focus||Point Below Your Heart|
|Rainbow Color||Red – Will and Power|
|Evolving Color||Coral – Synthesis and Surrender|
With Generosity in your garment pattern, you constantly strive to balance giving and receiving. If you don’t understand Generosity thoroughly, you may actually try to measure giving and receiving. You may think that you give more than you receive, or that you deserve more than you get because you give so much. That’s a step toward the comprehension of Generosity, but it stops short of fully, maturely integrating its meaning.
You have received the gift of life. You then BECOME that gift – and you are the deliverance vehicle for that gift into the realm of form. You have received the miracle of Life. Your job is now to give back to Life what you have received. You are the receiver; you are the giver; you are the gift.
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Generosity has taught me the truth that receiving is giving and giving is receiving, and that both are necessary for a joyous energy flow. And it seems my heart finds them the same. I am incredibly grateful for the joy and depth it adds to my life.
My Moon is in Cancer in Generosity. The Inner Focus is Below the Heart. When I was born, I had a quarter-sized, round birthmark that was red and raised. Through the years the color faded and it is no longer raised. It has always been a bit tender if pressed and is over the end of my sternum, the chakra point called the Point of Generosity.
Generosity’s Outer Focus is Animal Devas: Animal medicine has been a large part of my life – many of my dreams are filled with animals, especially cats. I have lived with and loved cats since I was born. Each of my 7 main chakras have an animal deva: 1st through 7th are Camel, Spider, Cheetah, Butterfly, Black Panther, Cobra, Raven.
Often I will get a calling to visit a specific store that won’t go away until I go. When I get there, I find something that either I’ve needed (and it is usually on sale) or something that I know is for a friend or family member. I enjoy giving gifts, not just for birthdays or holidays, but especially when a gift has “called” to me.