If you’ve ever thought to yourself, “What is my life’s purpose?”, or wondered if you have a purpose in this world, don’t worry.
You’re not alone! Discovering your purpose isn’t as easy as reading a book or listening to someone tell you what it is; it takes time and patience while also being open to new experiences along the way.
Once you find out what makes your heart sing and gets you excited about going to work (or whatever it may be).
If that sounds like something you’d like to explore further, read on!
Being part of a bigger picture.
Another great reason to find your life’s purpose is to be part of a bigger picture.
What does this mean? Well, you have one purpose in life, but what if there were other people in your life that also had their own purposes? What if each person was doing their best to fulfill their own purpose while also being part of something bigger than themselves?
This isn’t just some abstract idea; it’s actually a very real phenomenon. We’re all part of humanity and we’re all interconnected. We all have values and desires that are similar at the core level—we all want happiness and love, so our actions are guided by those core values no matter what they might look like on the surface. And when we take those actions together with others who share those same core values, then we can start making progress toward fulfilling our individual purposes as well as working together toward accomplishing goals that benefit us all as a whole!
Life is a journey.
Life is a journey, and like any journey, it’s full of trials and tribulations. It’s inevitable that you will face obstacles along the way. However, these obstacles are what make us stronger, wiser, and more capable than we were yesterday.
Life’s purpose is to become a better person than you were yesterday. This is why when people ask me what my life’s purpose is I tell them: “To become a better person.”
Discovering your purpose
While the ultimate purpose will be different for us all, here are some signs that can show you’re on the right path to discovering your purpose…
- You Love What You Do: If you love what you do, then it’s probably a good sign that you’ve found your purpose. When we find something we enjoy doing and make a living out of it, it’s hard not to feel fulfilled at the end of each day.
- Help Others Through Your Work: It’s easy to forget about our own needs when we are helping others in need. If helping others is part of what drives us every day, then there is no doubt that this aspect of our lives has meaning and impact beyond ourselves! We can use this as motivation during times when things feel challenging or difficult because we know how much good our work does for others–and even if no one else knows about how much help they’re getting from us–we know! The knowledge alone is enough reason to keep going when things get tough or if there seems like there isn’t much progress being made in certain areas where change would benefit everyone involved (including ourselves).
- Relax By Doing What We Do At Work: Many people struggle with finding a balance between work/life balance but if these two things overlap too closely together then finding time away from work might become difficult due to lack thereof; however if relaxation means taking care of responsibilities first so we can enjoy downtime later without feeling guilty about putting them off until tomorrow–then maybe there’s something special about where we’re currently working as opposed “retirement” time spent doing nothing except relaxing! Maybe this place could actually be called “retirement” instead since its main purpose seems relaxing anyways…
Know your identity
In this section, you will learn what your life’s purpose is. The best way to do that is by understanding your identity, or the core of who you are as an individual.
Your identity is made up of three things:
- Your values (your morals and ethics)
- Your personality type (who you are)
- Your interests/passions/hobbies (what makes your heart beat faster)
Identify your strengths
You’ve been told by others that you’re great at something or naturally talented; whatever it is, it’s a strength. It’s important to identify what your strengths are and how they can help you achieve your purpose. Ask yourself: “What am I good at?”
If you’re naturally good at something, then it’s probably because you love doing it. That’s why I think so many people become artists—because they love creating art!
But if what comes naturally isn’t something that interests or excites you as much as others might think (or hope), then maybe there’s another way for this ability to fit into the bigger picture of your life purpose.
You’re fully living in the present moment
The present moment is all you have. You can’t change the past, and the future is not guaranteed. The present moment is the only thing that’s real, but it also exists outside of time and space. Because everything else exists in relation to this moment, it’s where we exist too!
Now, I know what you might be thinking: “Okay…but why should we focus on living in the now? What does that accomplish?”
Well, by focusing on being fully present and mindful of each moment as they happen (instead of worrying about what happened yesterday or what might happen tomorrow), we learn how to let go of our attachments—and discover a deeper sense of freedom within ourselves.
You have genuine feelings
You feel inner joy, happiness, and peace pursuing whatever it is that you love;
You feel good about yourself when you do what you love;
You feel confident when you do what you love;
You feel proud when you do what you love; and
You feel peaceful when you do what your life’s purpose is.
You want to help others through your work
Helping others is a very noble and rewarding thing to do, but your reasons for wanting to help may not always be the same. Sometimes you want to help because it makes the world a better place; other times it’s simply that helping makes you feel good. Often we have multiple reasons for wanting to help—one of which might be that we’re particularly good at what we do! There’s no right or wrong way of doing this; as long as your reasons are sincere and true, they’ll serve you well.
Work for things that make you more productive
- When you aren’t working, you relax by doing the same things that you would do at work!
- If you like to do something, do it in your spare time. Don’t force yourself to do things that don’t interest or excite you just because they’re a “necessary” part of your job. If there are parts of your job that really bore or frustrate you and make it hard for you to be productive during the day—like accounting or filing—it’s okay to take them home with you so that they don’t eat away at the other parts of your life.
- Don’t feel guilty about spending time with family and friends when work isn’t demanding more attention from them; sometimes people need more attention than others require in order for them to thrive (and vice versa).
If the above signs sound familiar, you may have found your purpose.
If the above signs sound familiar, you may have found your purpose. It’s important to note that these are common indicators of finding your purpose. However, just because you’ve identified a few of them doesn’t mean that you’ve found your life’s calling yet. You must also be able to think back on past experiences and see how they align with what you’re doing now; if there is no connection between past and present actions or interests, then it’s unlikely that those activities represent a calling for you.
Another thing: if it feels like work to do something that used to bring joy and interest in your life, then this could be another sign of discovering your true calling as well.;
Ask yourself “What do I love to do?”
Perhaps you’ve thought about your life’s purpose before, but it’s a big question that can be difficult to grapple with. You might think that what you do every day is what defines who you are and why you exist. But this isn’t quite right. We all have many roles in our lives: parent, sibling, friend, employee, or boss at work—the list goes on and on! If we were defined by any one of them alone (or by any combination of them), then we would lack true freedom and authenticity as human beings.
What do I mean when I say “true freedom”? When someone doesn’t know who they really are or what their soul really wants out of life, then they’re forced into playing certain roles because they don’t believe they have any other options available to them as human beings without those things being present in their daily lives instead of just existing somewhere vaguely out there “somewhere else” where perhaps no one else has ever even seen before!
Do what brings joy and happiness into your life
The first thing you want to do is evaluate your strengths, talents, and interests. Do what brings joy and happiness into your life. Once you know what makes you happy and how good at something you are (or can be), then you have a better idea of what will bring meaning and fulfillment into your life.
Discovering your life’s purpose is essential to achieving true happiness.
The truth is that you can’t achieve true happiness if you don’t know your purpose. True happiness is a state of being where you feel at peace with yourself and the world around you. It’s not dependent on external factors like money or status.
You may have heard this from your elders, but I can tell you from experience that it’s true: following your passion is the key to finding happiness in life.
When I was younger, I had no idea what my passions were; everything seemed boring and meaningless because there was nothing for me to get excited about (maybe this sounds familiar). But then something happened—I discovered improv comedy! Improv became my purpose; my reason for getting out of bed every day was because I loved it so much! When we’re doing what we love day after day, life becomes an exciting adventure filled with wonder and possibilities rather than drudgery filled with obligations.
Angel Message Advice
You have a purpose in life. I know that might sound like a hard thing to believe, but it’s true! And you can find it if you just look for it.
The first step is really simple: just ask yourself what you love doing. When was the last time that you felt really alive and joyful? What were you doing then? That’s probably what your purpose is.
If that doesn’t work, try to think about how you want to leave this world when you’re gone. What do you want people to remember about you? What kind of legacy do you want to leave behind?
Lastly, meditate on these questions for a while and see what comes up for you in those moments when your mind is relaxed and open. You might even get some answers in your dreams or while daydreaming!
Prayer for Manifestation
Dear Angels in Heaven,
I come to you today with a prayer.
I am hoping that you will hear my prayer and help me on my journey. Please help me achieve these dreams in life
I have been searching for my purpose in life since then.
Help me guide my way to victory
And find my true calling in life so that I can be happy and feel fulfilled!