Your purpose is like a sunken treasure waiting to be found. It creates a longing in your soul, restlessness in your heart, and inspiration from your spirit. This treasure is the gift you are meant to share with the world.
“The person without a purpose is like a ship without a rudder.” ―Thomas Carlyle
Do what makes you come alive and you will be living on purpose. It's simply a combination of loving yourself and being of service to others. When you act out of love, kindness, empathy, and compassion, you're on the right track to fulfilling your life's purpose. Find a problem you genuinely care about and come up with a solution.
Your purpose is less about what you're doing in the world and more about who you're being. That means that the doing needs to come out of your being. Be true to your values and there will be more purpose in what you choose to do with your time.
We all have the shared purpose of elevating our consciousness. It's easy to get...
The ripple effect of falling in love is a beautiful thing. Elevated vibrations emanate from the heart and circle back to oneness. When you're in love with life you're living at the highest frequency of your soul.
Declare "I Am Falling In Love With Life" and consider this quote: "The purpose of life, after all, is to love it, to taste experience to the utmost, to reach out eagerly and without fear for newer and richer experiences." ~ Eleanor Roosevelt
Your body is surrounded by an electromagnetic energy field that consists of feelings. As you fall in love with your life this field expands outward, creating a ripple effect. Be aware of the energy you bring to the world.
Remember the feeling of falling in love? You can experience that feeling right now by falling in love with your life. Look around and identify anything or anyone that you appreciate. Fall in love with what you already have and you'll be blessed with more to love.
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Freedom lies beyond the mundane world of self-doubt. It’s a higher state of mind where dreaming the impossible dream, taking inspired risks, and trusting in divine wisdom fuels the dreamer with passion and purpose.
Declare “I Am Letting Go of Doubt” and reflect on this quote from Richard Branson: “I view life as one big adventure. I’m always learning, and finding new things to try and challenges to overcome.”
When life causes you to doubt yourself remember that self-doubt is a strategy of the ego to stop you from taking risks. Its main concern is survival and so you will need to coax your ego along until it gets comfortable with uncertainty.
Self-doubt is a sign that a limiting belief about yourself is operating. You can update your operating system by realizing that doubt is a block to inner wisdom. You can choose to let it go, meditate, ask for divine guidance, and take inspired action. Repeat daily to instill...
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