What would it be like, to really “know” your Soul Purpose?
What if you absolutely knew your Soul Purpose to a high level of detail?
Let’s say that you knew with complete certainty that you are a spiritual healer, and that your niche was women who are contemplating or going through a divorce. You are to deliver your gifts primarily through public speaking and private healing sessions, and that your first step is to secure local speaking gigs at women’s wellness centers and yoga studios. Then you’d book private local clients from those speaking gigs, which you’d use to fund the building of a website. You know exactly what kind of team you need to hire for your marketing and administration. Your team would help you secure more speaking gigs and start building an online presence, and you would focus on doing remote healing sessions and group healing sessions at a national level. Eventually, you’d become a published author, leading to speaking engagements at international wellness conferences.
Because you “know” without a shadow of a doubt that this is your Soul Purpose, you also “know” with absolute certainty that you’d be met with success and abundance every step of the way.
Is this the level at which you’d like to know your Purpose?
Because it would make life a foregone conclusion.
Why bother with the experience if you “know” exactly what will happen?
And yet, it seems that many seekers wish they “knew” their Soul Purpose, not as a direction in life, but as a precise plan. Preferably one that comes with an iron-clad guarantee from the Universe that if we follow all the steps, if we do what we’re “supposed to,” we’ll be successful and financially abundant.
Of course, there is no plan. There’s nothing we’re “supposed to” do or accomplish.
Our Soul’s Purpose is to experience its Divinity within its humanity. How we do that is largely left up to physical circumstance and egoic preference. The Soul merely points us into the direction of its authentic self-expression. The implementation is up to us.
The key word here is “experience.”
We’re not here to “know” our Purpose, we’re here to “experience” our Soul Purpose. Because that’s how the Soul experiences its Divinity within this human context.
Imagine if you “knew” the outcome of your choices. Why bother making them? Would you want to live a life in which all consequences were known in advance, where all outcomes were inevitable?
If we “knew” our Purpose as if it were a plan, we would be robbed of the whole point of incarnation – the human EXPERIENCE.
At all times, we have access to enough information about our Purpose that we have a sense of the direction in which our Soul longs to experience itself. (If you haven’t yet done the Purpose process in my FREE video series, you can sign up here.)
Once we know our Soul’s desired direction, our job is to get on with it. We won’t know that we’re “right” or where we’ll end up … and thank goodness, because that would literally defeat our Purpose – which is experience. At the same time, the more often you align to your Soul Purpose to a greater level, the more trust and faith you develop in your sense of direction.
Knowing our Soul Purpose doesn’t mean having a plan. It means knowing our very next step, taking that step, and EXPERIENCING the result.
Ready? Do it.
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