Finding your Purpose
Here we explore ourselves on a much deeper level so that we can find our purpose in life. When we have some meaning for our existence we become more fulfilled and feel worthy of the life we were given. Then things just start to fall into place and make total sense. To feel worthy brings about confidence and determination to live up to even more of what you start to realize as you’re potential. Things become very clear once you’ve laid down the groundwork of finding the core values of which you mostly align with.
We have gotten to far off the beaten path and have lost sight of who we really are. It’s hard to find your purpose when you’re so distracted by all the things going on in our lives today. By becoming too preoccupied to notice that happiness is all around you all the time. When you’re sad that doesn’t exactly seem to be the case and you refuse to see it any other way. Most the time sulking is what you want to do and you end up dragging others with you until they leave because they refuse to be unhappy anymore. No-one wants to end up alone.
- Reasons for living
- Reasons for being happy
- Reasons for being friendly
- Reasons for happiness
- Reasons for making a difference
- Find out who you are
- Find your most important core values
- Do you want to make a difference
- Do you want to change
- Know you are not alone on this journey
- What do YOU truly desire
- Why are you unhappy
- Why do you feel better being sad
- Do you like the attention from your sadness
How you can become happy and more fulfilled
Things are not easy but they can become easy, first you need to understand and accept yourself on a much deeper level than you do now. Start asking yourself deeper questions that you’ve been lying to yourself about. Most of us do lie to ourselves so that we feel better about who we think we are. You need to be brutally honest with yourself. If you want things to change, the only way it will is if you first recognize that you’re lying to yourself about what you want or who you are. No-one will judge you harder than you. There’s no-one around to judge you now except yourself, but being honest with yourself opens a new door to your own wants and desires. It allows you to open up and figure out the root cause of your depression and get to know you on a more fundamental level.
Having an intention gives you a sense of direction
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