Finding Your Purpose

IMG_0853We all have a purpose, and each of ours is different. Some of us are confident that we know exactly what ours is, and others go on a mad hunt to find it. If you find yourself thinking, “I know I have a purpose, but I’m not sure what it is”, don’t fret, you’re not alone. It can take some of us a whole lifetime to awaken our true meaning, if that’s how we make it.

When we feel lost and confused in our lives it’s easy to not know why we are here. We can get in a state of disorientation and block ourselves from seeing our true potential. And we don’t allow ourselves to open up to the idea of a greater good. We begin to slip through the cracks and fall down the rabbit hole not knowing where we are going… We get misguided and confused until we realize that the direction we are heading is not intended to where we need to go. Then, with the snap of a finger something pulls you back. You get back on your path and you get redirected. Call this fait, or whatever you want, but it happens, and it always happens for a reason.

You were put on this planet for a purpose, no doubt about it, and you will find it.

Sometimes we need to be knocked off of our paths to keep us on our plans. It shows us just how unique we are and that we have to remain true to ourselves. We become more aware and appreciate for what we have and what we will have.

Not only does misguidance stray you from your purpose, but so does looking too hard for it. We start to become consumed in our thoughts and obsessive with our actions. When we go looking for our purpose we can become engulfed in our thoughts and can only think about ourselves. We follow by manipulating our thoughts and feelings by telling ourselves the wrong things are our purpose. After a while fate kicks us back onto our path and pulls us in the right direction again… We no longer are searching for our purpose.

We need to stop searching for our purpose and just live our lives 110% genuine to who we are. We need to live out of thoughts and actions and be just who we want to be, because that is when we will start to live out our purpose.

When we live our lives and live out our passions are purpose comes naturally. It takes us no thought or effort, it just happens. It might even happen without realization until later, when you find yourself at peace. You are in a stare of feeling so happy and fulfilled at all times- bliss.

This is what I want for all of us, to live in a state of bliss. The state of perfect happiness and pure joy.

Find your bliss, find your purpose.

Live your life true to who you are and you purpose will be there, don’t go searching for it, just listen to yourself.

Do you live in a state of bliss? Do you find yourself off of your path? How do you stay true to who you are?

Find your bliss and have a great day!



6 thoughts on “Finding Your Purpose

  1. I think our purpose in life is always changing. When I was younger my purpose was to be a good daughter and a good student; then a good wife and executive admin; then my purpose was all about being a great mother. Now that my kids are grown and I’m in-between jobs, I’m wondering, what’s my next purpose going to be?


  2. I love that you are passionate about helping people live with purpose and intention! It is a beautiful thing when we can live confidently, knowing that we’re on the right path! For me, it all comes down to knowing and believing wholeheartedly that we were made on purpose, with love, to live an awesome story: “You will show me the way of life, granting me the joy of your presence and the pleasures of living with you forever.” -Psalm 16:11
    Thanks for sharing! 🙂


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