What is the real role of your purpose, and why does this matter? In many regards, your purpose is the thing that is meant to fuel your days. It is meant, in this life, to be the reason and the rationale that puts a spring into your step. It moves you to want to accomplish, do or be. Do you see that was and continues to be the reason for why you are here?
But often, there is not the recall in this embodiment from the others you have lived. And understanding or remembering these past experiences does not exist. In other words, you do not recall the previous ones or the premise established. And so, as you move about your day, you are not focused on accomplishing the all-important objective you established once long ago.
Have you considered within life the importance of setting goals or accomplishing those things that will propel your next best steps? Do you entertain this practice in business? What about spiritual aspirations? Do you treat those in a similar manner as the other?
Let's say at one point you (as Spiritual Essence) wanted to feel something you didn't understand. Now that you are in a position to more readily understand but no longer remember this innate desire, what then?
Have you ever wondered about those course corrections we’ve discussed previously? How they work and their value? Why should you want to acknowledge, engage, and implement signs which are precursors to a course correction — sooner rather than later? And what are some of the steps we allude to which will begin to activate that internal shift to more readily occur? We reference here the internal shifts a course correction enlists.
Do you understand that a course correction comes in many forms? It can come in the form of a change in your job or lifestyle, an illness, or a disease. It can be experienced through the loss of something cherished or appear as a perceived problem. It can also be a nuance you didn't expect to appear or some unwanted condition now a part of your life.
Do you ever feel stuck? Do you believe certain things have to occur before you consider taking other steps? Do you perceive how this situation or another person needs to change first, so you can enlist a different response accordingly? Why is that?
Do you see in the need to orchestrate certain things within your life, you’ve neglected to address the elephant in the room? That elephant is ego. Ego and the egoic mind are running amuck and operating this way, oftentimes in plain view. Do you understand how so much mental controversy exists when you enlist life in a reactionary way?
It’s like letting the patients run the asylum. The controversy, perceived to be in play, is routinely not supported by facts. Many times these things are merely suppositional. Can you look at the angst which arose and see how these things are triggers for you? Oftentimes, the trigger is unique to you alone.
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