Life Purpose — http://www.noahhammond.com My life’s purpose is to merge Eastern and Western philosophy into a unified philosophy that helps cultivate world peace. What is yours?
Today, we are going to be talking about your life’s purpose and I am going to give you a VERY simple process on how you can find your life’s purpose very quickly and easily. Then, I am going to tell you how you can go out and live your life’s purpose.
To find your life’s purpose, follow these two-step exercises, which really have worked for me. I talk about it in the Instant Achievement Blueprint. It has helped hundreds of people now connect deeply with their life’s purpose.
Here is how you do it – two step process.
Step # 1 — Connection
Create an authentic connection with your inner self, inner guidance, sub-conscious mind, and spiritual connection. There’s a very simple way for doing this and I’m going to demonstrate and you can do it with me live here at home.
Start off by taking a couple of deep breaths. Breathe in. Hold it at the top and breathe out. Breathe in. Hold and out.
Now, close your eyes and put yourself somewhere that is INCREDIBLY peaceful to you. It might be a favorite childhood place. It might be the beach. It might be in the jungle somewhere. It might be in the forest. It might be on a mountain, somewhere that is simply your most PEACEFUL place.
In that most peaceful place, see approaching you, your GREATEST self, your most expressed, most authentic, most connected, divine, inspirational, successful, self-actualized, real self. See that GREAT vision of you, of the true potential that is you approaching you.
When it gets to you in that vision, inside that peaceful place you can now ask your highest self questions. You can get great and authentic answers from connecting in with your sub-conscious mind this way.
It’s a very simple and quick process for creating a clear connection between your subconscious mind and your conscious mind. It’s something that I learned from Ted McGrath of Rise Global. It has really served me in a lot of ways since. So, I highly suggest this.
That is step one of the two-step process.
To recap that, go to your peaceful place, take a couple of deep breaths to center in, see your highest self approaching you, and then once your highest self is right there next to you, you can now ask it questions to receive deep and clear answers.
That is step one.
Step # 2 — Finding the Answer
Step two is to now ask your highest self this specific question:
“What is my purpose in life?”
Or, you can say:
“Please finish this statement: My life’s purpose is ____?”
Say it to your highest self in your mind’s eye, with your eyes open or closed, whichever works for you. Let your intuition give you the answer.
Here is the process. All you do is ask over and over again the question:
“What is my purpose in life?”
Write down the answer that comes, the first thing that comes to your mind, whatever it might be.
It might make no sense. It might be a full sentence. It might be a sentence fragment. It doesn’t matter what it is.
All you have to do is be authentic and NOT bring your conscious mind into it and analyze things. Take your conscious mind out of the equation. Ask the question inside of that connection to your higher self or your subconscious mind and receive the answer and write it down.
Keep doing that:
“What is my life’s purpose? My life’s purpose is _____?”
Let it finish the sentence, either one. Keep writing it down. Keep going.
Eventually, you will hit an answer that will make you want to cry, that seems SO true and authentic, beautiful, miraculous, inspirational and strikes a chord deep in your heart that you will be floored by it.
It might even bring you to tears. It brought several people to tears. My life’s purpose brought me to tears when I finally really connected with it. That’s how you know that you’ve discovered your life’s purpose.
Using this exercise I was able to discover that my life’s purpose is to merge Eastern and Western philosophy and do my best to facilitate world peace — through this unification of the different advantageous of Eastern and Western mindset and philosophy.
That for me was a new realization. When I saw that, I knew that that was something I could devote my life to and feel like my life was meant something, like my life was lived the way I wanted to live it.
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