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Tuesday, September 4, 2012

4 Questions to Ask to Discover Your Unique Purpose

Bringing Out The Unique In You

You are here for a unique divine purpose that only you can fulfill on your journey on planet earth. You’re not here by accident. You were born with purpose and direction. Somewhere along the line knowing what that purpose is may have become distorted or lost in the struggles of everyday living and programming. But if you are ready to find more meaning to your life and bring out and live your unique purpose then the next few questions will help you out.


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When you purchase one of these items for yourself or for a special person in your life, use this as a symbol to be reminded each day of how unique you are. 

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1) What topics usually grab your attention?

Some topics are more appealing than others. So with some observational skills you need to discover what topics you mostly gravitate to. How have they impacted your life? And what you do you see yourself doing in this area to contribute to the growth of others and the planet?

2) What do you feel passionate about? What do you love doing?

Do you love colors, painting? Do you have a thing about writing, expressing yourself through the written word? Do you love speaking and motivating others with stories, inspiration etc.? Are you creative with your hands? Do you love making crafts? Are you an organizer and love to see everything in its place?
Each one of these talents has a place in the enrichment of your own life as well as others. Don’t let your gifts lay dormant while you’re forcing yourself to do something that you despise. This will stress you out and you already know the negative impact stress has on the body.

3) What have you dreamed about doing when you were younger?

Don’t take your childhood dreams for granted; they come from the heart of purity and truth and that brings power into manifestation. When I was about 8 years old, I told myself that I’d be a teacher, work in an office and when I had my children I’d work from home so I could be home with my children instead of outside the home.

I’ve lived all of those dreams. I was young then but the purity of those dreams kept them alive throughout the years bringing each of them into reality. So go back and look into your childhood memory box and pull out those old dreams. Dust them off and allow yourself the opportunity to live them.

4) What hurts you deeply and you wish you could change?

Sometimes our life purpose is discovered among the ruins of our own inner pain. The pain you’ve suffered can be turned into a source of good for others along the same path. Some painful experiences could never be understood by others unless they’ve actually experienced them themselves. You not only have head knowledge but you have experiential knowledge and as such you can better relate to others. Many people have become advocates for certain causes because of their pain. Instead of becoming a prisoner of the past, become the one who opens the prison gates and set the captives free.

Small consistent ripples could make a big impact. So don’t underestimate the power of your small steps. You never know whose life you can change or save.

Need help discovering your life purpose? Why not schedule a Free 30-Minute No Obligation Self-Empowerment Session with me. You’ll gain clarity and have a better perspective on things.

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