“What is my Purpose?” And, “how am I living my purpose now?” “Are you living your purpose, for sure?” Unearthing the answers to these questions is exciting, inspiring and full of discovery.
Living your purpose means feeling fulfilled and knowing that I am doing what I am here to do. Mainly, living my purpose means I have inner peace; I can sleep soundly at night.
Let’s look at keys to living your purpose…
Life Purpose: It’s Up To You!
No one can fulfill your life purpose like you can. You are a unique soul who has come to planet earth for a reason. Your life purpose is expressed through your experiences, talents and energy. Always remember that you also have all the backing that you need to be successful in your venture.
You may not realize how much wisdom you have within and all the help that is available to you. Then again, you may already be tapping into your purpose and feeling the fulfillment. You may want to clarify your purpose further and live it more richly.
Wherever you are in your evolvement as a soul, you can take it deeper.
My Purpose in Life
Shifting into High Gear!
Taking my own initiative from a drive that’s within me is one of the most important keys to living my purpose. Let’s make this Key Number One because it is so important to finding my purpose. You may want to say these phrases to yourself and see how it feels and how you have experienced self-initiative.
“I take my own initiative on what I feel is important.”
Can you remember a time when you decided to sink into an initiative or life experience that what you sensed was important? Go ahead and take a moment to recall those junctures where you rocked with energy and moved along with an energy flow. This situation may be from the past or you are immersed in it now.
Evaluating your Life Purpose
You may notice how you seemed to get breaks when you were in this flow. Maybe, you met certain individuals with whom you felt a connection, and who helped you on your path, or you helped them?
Certain opportunities may have landed at your feet that opened up doors for you. You may recall how you received inspiration that helped you overcome challenges, and you kept going even when circumstances appeared difficult.
Taking time to spiritually regroup your experiences like this can provide you with surprising insights into finding your purpose. For more information on living your purpose and key questions to get the most for the time you are on earth, take a look here.
In any event, when it comes to clarifying my purpose in life, taking your own initiative on what you feel is especially important is a fundamental starting point. Living your purpose is not so much about doing it for money, recognition or outer reasons. Sometimes even those motives can be fine and are sometimes necessary. Mainly, living your purpose means being involved in certain ventures because you have a sense that it is important in a bigger picture.
My Purpose in Life: Eight Additional Keys
Beyond that first key to finding my purpose, here are additional keys to your life mission.
To get the most from these important points, you may want to self-evaluate and see how these keys have transpired in your life:
2: Your life purpose is not so much a role you play, like a certain job. It is an unfolding, an expression to the world or the message you share with the world by the way you live your life.
3. What you do is one part of your life purpose, but even more important is how you live your life. It is your energy or attitude that determines much about what you attract in your life.
4: Know that we are all living our life purpose to some extent. The trick is to know which paths to take because they will broaden our opportunities to express our purpose and which paths to leave alone.
5: Your unique purpose is a continual unfoldment. To live that purpose follow what you Feel is best, but don’t forget your head. Balancing your head and heart is an important key.
6: Take time to regroup your experiences, even daily or weekly. Participate in a retreat or a “time-out” of some kind for greater clarification. Learning from your experiences is an important part of regrouping so you can build momentum behind your life purpose.
Below you will find a link to four key questions that you can use to gain more from your time on planet earth.
Bring Happy Times to Mind
7: Did you ever have the feeling of “I was meant to do that” or “I was born to do that!” Or, “I did it, I did it! Gosh, I did it!” Well, that’s a time when you were most likely living your purpose.
8: Think about life experiences when you felt especially fulfilled and happy. Chances are, those had something to do with your life purpose! As you connect within more often and review your life experiences, your life purpose will become clearer.
9: No one’s life purpose gets fulfilled alone. Angels (and key people in our lives) help us as we move along our path.
Finally, here’s a quote that, in an uncanny way, is related to life’s purpose: “A person without humor is like a wagon without springs. It’s jolted by every pebble on the road.” — Author H. Bleecher.
So, while having a sense of humor isn’t essential to your life purpose, it’s a big help!
Communicate clearly within yourself and with your Inner guidance, or Angels. The more you unfold this inner connection, the more you will clarify this question: What is my purpose in life?
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