Don’t let the noise of others’ opinions drown out your own inner voice. And most important, have the courage to follow your heart and intuition. They somehow already know what you truly want to become. Everything else is secondary. ~ Steve Jobs
The Law of Dharma asks that we explore the concept that each one of us is here to fulfill a purpose. This principle asks for a little more work on our part- but it is worth the time because ultimately, it helps us create a more fulfilling and passionate life.
Asking the question, “What is my purpose?”
We are constantly evolving; each day stepping into a new opportunity for growth. Slowing down and asking ourselves this question, opens a door towards a personal evolution. It creates a path, so to speak, that draws us closer toward our true definition and self-worth.
If you had all the time in the world and no obligations, what would you do with your time? What do you do in your life where time loses its hold on you? Where your heart and soul feel aligned? How could you use this to serve humanity, to help your fellow human beings? Finally, how can you take that passion from your heart and place into someone else’s?
“Don’t ask what the world needs. Ask what makes you come alive, and go do it. Because what the world needs is people who have come alive.” ~ Howard Thurman
A Path to Rediscovering your “You”
It is through meditation, as the layers are peeled away, that we begin to see past the obstacles and softly begin hear to song of our heart. Because it is in that stillness, in that witnessing awareness, that our obstacles begin to melt away and the answers arrive like long lost friends.
All too often, we allow our current biography to define us. When we allow that to drive us forward each day, we position ourselves to live our lives based on the past. By pondering the question, “What is my purpose?” we begin a journey of self-awareness and self-revelation.
As we begin to align with our dharma, life starts to present itself in a more rewarding and fulfilling way, Gracefully, our uniqueness begins to blossom and we start to see our lives more clearly.
As we create this space within us, ultimately, we begin to see a way to share our passion and purpose in the service of others.
Applying the Law of Dharma:
- Nurture the divinity within you, the spirit animating your body & mind.
- Make a list of your unique talents, then list all the things that you love to do while expressing these talents.
- Ask yourself daily, “How can I help, how can I serve”?
If you organize your life around your passion, you can turn your passion into your story and then turn your story into something bigger- something that matters. ~ Blake Mycoskie
Inspired by & Based on The Seven Spiritual Laws of Success ~ Deepak Chopra
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