March 1, 2024
Ask Deepak

How do we know when to stop striving for more?.


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


If I’m doing what I love to do for a living is that an indication that I’m living my highest purpose or should I be constantly reaching for more of myself? 

And If I’m constantly striving for more from the universe, how do I strike that balance between that striving and just being satisfied with who and where I am?”


If you are doing what you love, that is your highest purpose. 

The joy and satisfaction you find in your work will naturally keep you growing and learning because that brings even greater fulfillment and satisfaction.

Living your purpose is not a question of striving or sitting back. 

The alert attention of awareness that comes with doing what you love keeps your mind and heart awake and interested in new possibilities all the time. 

In that sense, striving isn’t hard work or ego-driven, it is the joy of exploration and curiosity. 

And for those on the path of awakening, there is no “sitting back and being satisfied with where I am.” 

That state of fulfillment and joy is not static, it is dynamically engaged in transforming the world through love, gratitude, compassion, selfless service, teaching, and creative problem-solving. 



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