So many people I meet express to me that they have never really thought about their purpose. I have asked people of all ages; people from many religious and socio-economic backgrounds and across the board people don’t generally ask themselves that question. The question of “what is my purpose here?”
I don’t really remember the exact moment I asked myself that question. For me it was more of an evolution. I began knowing nothing, went through a period of thinking I knew everything and then to a point of understanding on a much bigger scale that what I know and learn is a fraction of the infinite possibilities and unlimited potential of everything.
You see we each have a purpose. Our purpose is why we are here…. It is what we can contribute to make the universe (universal energy) better or stronger or more positive….
What I have discovered is that once you open yourself up to finding out your purpose, the clues are usually pretty evident and you can begin living a life filled with the things you love.
So you want to discover what your purpose is…?
There are a few things to ask first. What are your talents? What are you good at? What do people ask your opinion on or for help with? We are given talents to be used as tools, a means of carrying out our purpose.
We are all talented at something. It’s that thing you do so easily or well and is brought to your attention by way of compliments and maybe even favors. So once you can clearly list your talents, add to that list the things that you are passionate about… What makes you happy? What brings you joy? If you don’t know I suggest you start paying attention.
Look at those things carefully. They may seem random or they may not. Do any of those things, those talents, feel good? Do any of them bring you joy?
You omit positive energy when you are positive. Look at your day. Does your day include any of those things that make you feel good? Positive energy feels gooood. It is a ratio kind of thing… the more time you spend incorporating the things that make you feel good, the more you feel good. The less time you spend doing the things you are innately good at and the things that bring you joy, the less good you feel.
Think about your talents and your passions. Find a way to incorporate them into your daily activities. Once you can see your purpose and your talents working together, you can live harmoniously and in a constant state of conscious evolution. Change your ratio and change your result. Much love.