Every now and then I stop and ask myself if what I’m doing is really helping to fulfill my purpose. So many times I see people go to work for a company they hate, do a job they hate and then go home and complain to their family and friends about the choices they’ve created for themselves. Eventually, they become stressed out and this starts to show physically in their bodies as well. I can’t help but to think this is not why we were put here on earth. You have a divine purpose for being here and being miserable is not one of them!
Well, let’s start with what is your divine purpose. Some also call this your “calling”. The thing in which you were called to do. It is the thing that gets you up in the morning. It is the thing you get passionate about whenever someone asks you about it. You light up. You smile whenever you are doing it. It’s different for everyone but the level of passion is the same. I can’t tell you what your purpose is but can tell you that there is a glow that radiates about you whenever you are living it.
Let’s dive a bit deeper! Usually, I find that a person’s real purpose in life is something they’re already doing. For example, I believe my divine purpose is to coach or teach people. I was already doing this with my co-workers while working my previous 9 to 5 corporate job. Whenever a co-worker had a problem, I was usually one of the first people they would turn to for help and resolution. I would talk to them as long as possible. And in turn, I was always the one to seek out a guru or elder to help me with difficult situations in my life. I found I enjoyed this experience, imparting wisdom from one person to another. It intrigued me and made me want to pay it forward and help others too.
If you’re still having difficulty finding your purpose. Think about what you would do even if you did not get paid to do it. This is usually the first clue to guide you towards your calling. For example, if you like to talk a lot, you may be great at teaching, coaching, consulting and anything that involves distributing a message to people. If you’re good with your hands, you may be great at massage therapy or healing arts. If you love mechanics, you may like dealing with cars or engines. As you can see, I can go on and on but I think you get the picture.
Take some time to reflect on what you love doing in your spare time. Continue to ask yourself “what gets you up in the morning or keeps you up at night?” That may give you a clue. Sometimes it takes a person years and years to find their purpose but when you do your whole life changes in an instant.
Good luck in your search!
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