Homeostasis, #balance, #equilibrium, moderation, stability….these all are difficult to achieve and maintain in life….but they are especially hard to obtain now. ;) LOL @ #myself.
I find that most living things belong to a particular group of souls, and they are born knowing their purpose in life. An animal will spend its day foraging for food, taking care of itself and its young, and creating a home. No one tells an animal to do this, yet it instinctively knows how. Humans, for the most part, are not born consciously knowing what their purpose is, right? Purpose is supposed to give my life meaning. When I discover my purpose, then I can live my life with intention and make choices that serve my greater objective for why I am here on the earth. Finding my purpose has not always been easy. I still find that I must embrace life wholeheartedly, explore many different pathways, and allow myself to continue to grow.
My purpose is as inimitable as I am, and it will evolve as I dance through life. I find that I don’t need anyone’s permission to fulfill my purpose, and ultimately, no one can tell me what my purpose is. Finding and fulfilling my purpose can be a lifelong endeavor. To figure out what my purpose is, I have had to myself what inspires me and drives me. I cannot focus on what causes me pain or causes me to feel stifled; I must concentrate on what makes me glad to be alive and allows me the chance to thrive. What activities do I wish to be involved in, or what path do I want to embark on professionally? I can then focus on pursuing my purpose with satisfaction.
I meditate and envision myself working on projects that fulfill my purpose, yet these also help to satisfy my basic survival needs. Devotion to what sparks my imagination, what inspires and excites me is so fulfilling. I cannot feel like I’m living a wasteful life when I live and thrive with purpose and truth and meaning.
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