March 4, 2013

Finding One`s Purpose.

Quote.

When your mind and heart are truly open abundance will flow to you effortlessly and easily.

Question:

I am struggling to find my true purpose. I am 35,a husband and a father of six year old twins. While I earn a six figure salary, I am just realizing that my career is not fulfilling and I feel lost and empty. When asked, "What would I do if money were no object?" my mind continually comes back to lying on the beach without a care in the world, which is simply not my reality. Every weekday, I struggle with these feelings. What can I do? It sounds crazy that my purpose is live the good life and not work for it. But that is how I feel.

Response:
You are not taking the search deep enough. Your vision of a life where you work on your tan in Paradise only reflects your wish for a vacation from your presently unsatisfying job. Look deeper into your psyche inside until you have a solid list of your talents and passions. Think of the gifts you have that you can offer to make this a better world for your family and for everyone you touch in your life. Once you have a sense of what your unique abilities are that you can be of service with, then you will be able to start living your true purpose.

Love,
Deepak

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  1. chichi

    I`m 37 a mother of three teenagers, a wife, i grew up with no affection from my parents. I have had many jobs, but i always ask my self and God, what is my purpose here on earth?, i have meditated, etc. searching deep into my soul but i see nothing. Why is it so hard to find what i really here for?. I want God to talk to me and say , this is your purpose here. what can i do?. thanks,

  2. Reinaldo Daniel Castillo Gonzalez

    o.k

  3. Solsticia Torres

    excepcional....

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