FINDING YOUR PURPOSE IN LIFE

FINDING YOUR PURPOSE IN LIFE


Let’s talk about finding your purpose in life. We’ll look at a shortcut method to discovering your purpose. I’m not talking about finding a job or your long term goals. I’m talking about the reason why you’re here at all. The very reason you exist. Some of you who are reading this right now may believe that you don’t have a purpose or life has no meaning. If that’s you then you might want go back to your boring daily routines. Let me tell you a little story here about Bruce Lee. One day a master martial artist asked Bruce Lee to teach him everything he knows about martial arts. What Bruce Lee did was he held up two cups both filled with water. The first cup he said represents all your knowledge about martial arts. And the second cup represents all of my knowledge about martial arts. Then he went on to say if you want to fill your cup with my knowledge, you must first empty your cup with your knowledge. How does this relate to what I’m trying to teach here? It means that if you want to discover your true purpose in life then you have to empty your mind of all the beliefs and ideas that you’ve been taught.

So how do you discover your purpose and why is it important? It’s important because when you find your purpose in life you will vibrate at a faster rate. This means that your aura and energy is much higher than those who don’t know the reason why they’re here. There are a lot of way to finding your purpose in life and I’m going to tell you about one way which will take about twenty minutes or longer if you wish.

Here it is: First get out a piece of paper or open a word document on your computer/laptop. On the top of that paper write or type “My true purpose in life is…” then I want you to sit there and keep writing whatever comes into your head. It doesn’t have to be a complete sentence. A short phrase is fine. Repeat this until all of the junk has been removed from you head and then you get an answer that resonates with you. Some of you may feel a powerful feeling come over you. It could take twenty minutes or more to get through all the clutter and social conditioning. The false answers will come from your memories. But when the true answer finally arrives it will feel like it’s coming from a different source.  You may get tears running down your eyes when you’ve finally find your purpose in life.

For those of you who are low energy and are depressed and negative then it will take you a lot longer to get our all the false answers out of the way. It may take up to an hour or more. But if your persist up to a hundred, two hundred maybe even five hundred answers, you’ll be struck by the answer that cause you to sure with emotion and may even break you down. As you go through this process some of your answers may be very similar but don’t worry about that. You may even relist previous answers but that’s fine. You can list whatever answer that comes into your head as long as you keep writing. Somewhere after fifty to a hundred answers you may want to quit. You may feel the urge to get up and do something else and that’s normal. But you need to push past this resistance and keep writing. That feeling of resistance will eventually pass. That’s the other side of your personality and programming trying to hold you back. It doesn’t want you to discover the truth.

You may also discover a few answers that will give you a mini surge of emotions but they don’t quite make you cry. I want you to highlight those answers as you go along so you can come back to them and get new answers from them. When you start getting these kinds of answers it means you’re getting warm and you need to keep going. When you feel tears running down your eyes then you’ve found it.

It’s important to do this along without any interruptions. And if you don’t believe in having a purpose then you can also do this exercise. Start by writing that you don’t have a purpose or that your life is meaningless and keep writing. And if you keep at it then even you will eventually you’ll find an answer and some truth.

Discovering your purpose is the easy part. The hard part is keeping it with you every day and working on yourself to the point where you become that purpose. When you have successfully completed this then you’ll see why it works. Don’t worry about why it works and just do it. This process won’t work if you quit then start again. You can’t be interrupted. Start this when you’re ready to start. Most people will complete the exercise in about an hour. But if you really want to find your purpose then you’ll sit down and do this until it is done. Those kind of people are the ones who go out there and make things happen for themselves. And that’s less than 5% of the people. Are you one of them?