What’s My Purpose?
What is My Purpose?
I had pondered that question for years. I’ve consulted clairvoyant’s, mediums and had astrology charts done. I’ve talked to friends, therapists, family… Trying to work out why I’m here and what I’m meant to be doing with my life. I think I’ve finally worked it out all by myself. It’s not work related at all, but vocation is part of it. Neither is it one particular action that I’m here to complete, it’s more like a continual action that won’t ever stop. Very simply and succinctly, I know I’m here to love me and to serve others. That’s it.
How I choose to do that doesn’t matter. All that matters is that I do.
The first bit of that statement is what makes the second part possible. If I don’t sort my self out by healing my dysfunctional past then I can’t possibly serve anyone in a way that is egoless or unconditional. If I’m not clear of my conditioning or the subconscious patterns that sabotage me and keep me playing it small, then I can’t really help anyone. If I can’t genuinely feel the self-love that breeds confidence and self-belief, then I’ll continue to be stopped in my task by dark forces such as jealousy and competitiveness.
My priority over the last 16 years has been to raise my two lads and to feel mentally, physically and emotionally well. I have spent an huge amount of money on my health and personal development. Never really understanding why, until I worked out my purpose. My journey to better health has been an incredible ride, I’ve benefited, my family have benefited, but that’s not enough. I now have years of experience, expertise and learning. It would be wrong not to share it, wrong not to use it to help a fellow human.
This is my motivation, this is why I want to spread the word about Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy, about Chi Kung, about meditation, mindfulness and my latest passion – combining all of these with functional movement. Yes, I want to create a business, yes I want to earn a living. Underneath all of that though is an insatiable desire to serve, a desire to help based on what I know is possible because of my own experience.
As I get to the end of writing this, I find (as I so often do) the act of writing has helped clarify my thoughts. I can now confidently write my Mission Statement and share it with the world….. my purpose is to experience bliss and joy through loving me and serving others.
Sometimes I catch glimpses of feeling incredible bliss and extreme joy. It bubbles up from somewhere deep inside for no reason. This is such a different experience of life for me and this is what I want to share.