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This is a question I get asked all of the time… How Do You Discover Your Purpose?
The answer is much more simple than people think…
You discover your purpose by being present in the moment. Listening to your inner guidance. Paying attention to the messages you are receiving at any given time. Being aware of the feelings in your body when certain things awaken a desire within us. And being absolutely mindful of our thoughts. If purpose is within us, and you desire to discover consciously what your purpose is, then we must understand that spirit speaks to you in present moment. You cannot hear the message from spirit when thinking about the past or thinking about the future. Spirit speaks to you in present moment. It is a now experience.
Exercises to Discover Your Purpose
Here are some simple exercises to help you discover your purpose. These can be used daily, weekly, or any time you feel like something is shifting within you and you need more clarity or guidance.
This exercise can be done at any particular time when you are in need of clarity or guidance. As I have mentioned, your purpose is constantly changing as you change and grow and expand. So, this exercise may be helpful at any given time along your journey of life. Automatic writing will help you to be conscious of what is calling to you at this particular time in your life so that you can live intentionally and consciously.
Meditation is a technique that is often used to receive guidance, focus energy and gain clarity. There are various forms of meditation and each person connects with meditation in a different way. Some focus on the breath, others an affirmation, others a vision, all to attain stillness. For when we are still, we are present, and when we are present, the purpose of the moment, day or our life can be revealed.
Create a space where you will not be interrupted for at least a half hour. No cell phone or computer. Nothing to distract you from the stillness. Make sure this is a safe and comfortable environment for you. You may want to have some sacred objects beside you, such as crystals, deities, incense, or a lit candle. It is your space, so create it to fit your energy and personality. I would suggest having a journal and a pen beside you for notes afterwards. A computer is fine, but have it off during the meditation.
Please remember, with meditation, the more you do it the deeper you will go and the easier it will get. Practice, practice, practice and as that stillness comes to you and through you, with commitment and consistency, your greater purpose can and will be revealed.
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