- Road Rage
- Accept Things
- Anger Management
- Be Kinder
- Be More Humble
- Birthday Blues
- Controlling Emotions
- Dealing with Guilt
- Dealing With Rejection
- Detach from Fear
- Don't Be Ashamed
- Express Your Emotions
- Express Your Love
- Feeling Down
- Feeling Like a Failure
- Forgive Yourself
- Get In Touch With Your Emotions
- Grass Is Always Greener
- Improve Your Mood
- Impulse Control
- Increase Emotional Intelligence
- Let Go Of The Past
- Let It Go
- No Embarrassment
- Overcome Envy
- Overcome Greed
- Overcome Jealousy
- Respect Loved Ones
- Stop Being Irritable
Overcome greed and enjoy what you have
There is an old saying: 'Any man who lives just for himself isn't a man and isn't living.'
Greed for money, fame, respect, sex, attention, food, self importance, emotion is all the same - it's all greed. To be happy, it is vital to be able to distinguish between needs and greeds.
Greeds vs Needs
We all have needs. For example we all need to feel safe and secure, accomplished, recognized by others, we all have needs to give and receive attention, to have a sense of status and to feel valued by and connected to others. But how much do you really need? And if you can suspend greed then you can enjoy what you you have without spoiling it by always wanting more.
You can become rich without greed
You can become successful and makes lots of money and do lots of good things with that money without a greedy attitude or you can have very little but live, feel and think greedily.
If you are very greedy for something then fulfilling your want will not satisfy your greed. The more you get the more you want. Trying to satisfy greed is like trying to fill a pitcher of water when it has a hole in the bottom. It doesn't matter how much you pour in - you have to keep pouring.
Greed steals from you
Living too greedily stops you living life to the full because you are constantly hounded by the need to satisfy your own impulses.
Greed has become an old fashioned word but it is still a fact we can get by on a lot less of all kinds of thing than we crave.
As the great English Victorian explorer Sir Richard Francis Burton said: 'Conquer thyself, till thou has done this, thou art but a slave; for it is almost as well to be subjected to another's appetite as to thine own'.
We can become greedy not just for money or fame but attention, recognition, we can even become greedy for the buzz we get from doing good things for others. When greed lessens we can truly give in a giving spirit to life, the world and others.
And remember the old adage that 'you can't take it with you.' There is an old saying that nothing really belongs to you which you could lose in a ship wreck. In the end we all only have ourselves.
This session will help you think about things in a more balanced way because when we become less greedy everybody gains.
Download Overcome Greed now and feel much happier with what you've got.
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