Find Your Purpose
One of the most beautiful things is when you find your very own purpose. Something which makes you complete. To express yourself 100% authentically, you are expressing your uniqueness to the world. Something which satisfies your mind, heart, body and spirit. This is the real you and no one else can express themselves in the same way. It gives you something unique and helps you to build integrity.
To help find your purpose, answer these 4 questions…
- What are you good at? That’s your mind.
- What do you love doing? That’s your heart.
- What need can you serve? That’s the body.
- What is your conscience directing you to do? What do you feel like you should be doing? That is your spirit.
“Are you living your life on purpose…or are you living it by accident?”
Jim Rohn said “If you don’t design your own life plan, chances are you’ll fall into someone else’s plan and guess what they may have planned for you? Not much!’
You must become the person before you achieve the manifestation which may sound backwards but it is the reason most people do not manifest their dreams. If you seek a lover you must first feel he / she already exists and is with you and you aren’t lacking them. If you are focused on the lack you will always have lack.
It’s all about being aware of how you feel when you think a thought and or take action. If the thought or action pleases you when thinking or doing then you are on the right path.
When you are clear on what you really want things flow. Ideas, resources, contacts just appear like “magic” The Universe literally conspires to assist you.
What if you are not clear on what you want? Here is a great exercise to find clarity around anything you wish to manifest.
Taking the topic of choice: relationship, business, health, spirituality or hobbies/me time or even a specific topic / incident which has been on your mind a lot and taking a sheet of paper draw 3 equal columns. Then start writing a list of all the things which bug you / upset you about that topic in the left column.
In the center column write the opposite to what you wrote in the first column (write down what you would like)
For example. If you do not have a life partner
Finally, in the last column write down all that you are thankful for in respect of that topic.
Once finished fold back the first column (all the negative stuff) so you can no longer read them. Then read the remaining notes several times a day (and add any good positive things which you missed off your list the first time)