Are you feeling some inner turmoil going on inside of you? Are you feeling that something is missing in your life? You’re feeling you want to make a bigger difference in the world but you don’t know what that is? You’re asking yourself, “what’s my purpose?”
You’re not the only person that ever asked the question.
I understand what it feels like to have inner turmoil.
It was when I became more open and curious that I started to experience different things and discovered I had a lot of passion for several of them.
Here’s 3 things you can do to find your passion and live a purposeful life.
1. Let your heart be the determining factor.
You want to let your feelings be your best tool to guide you to your passionate and purposeful life. If you’re loving what you are doing, who you are with, you’ll be motivated to explore more of it.
I struggled for years trying to figure out what my purpose was. I discovered I loved helping people achieve what it was they wanted in life. I love doing creative things. I love participating in outdoor activities. I love spending time with my partner. I love spending time with family and friends. I’m living a purposeful life.
People would tell me that I should be a coach. I was curious because when I would help others see a different perspective that helped them, this made me feel really good, so I explored the world of coaching.
In the process, I studied several modalities in assisting others, including co-creating with the quantum field. I was dedicated and consistent to learning how I could be a great coach. Through all this, I discovered how much I truly LOVE helping others achieve their desires in life. I fully embrace this part of my life as I do in the other areas of my life. I’m living on purpose.
2. Let go of searching for that one thing.
There are many ways to live a purposeful life. It doesn’t come from doing just one thing.
You want to embrace your relationships, your health, your work, your family, your life, your spirituality with passion. You want to include ALL of these areas, otherwise you are not fully engaging in life. This will leave you asking the question, “what is my purpose?”
You want to be fully engaged in ALL aspects of your life.
3. Take Action.
Thinking your way to anything won’t provide you a life of purpose. Taking action will. If you’re thinking about doing something, find the courage to do it. Most often when people think about taking the action, they feel resistance. You’ll start questioning yourself. What if it doesn’t work? What if I lose money? What will people think? What if I let my wall down and be vulnerable in this relationship, I could get hurt?
You will never know if you don’t take action. Ask yourself the question, What if It Does Work? Let that be your guiding question.
If you take action on your interest and it fills your heart with love and joy then this is telling you that you’re on purpose.
What are you doing that brings passion to your life? How have you discovered a purposeful life? Leave your comments below.