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Life Purpose

I’ve pulled this from an email I received. I think it’s incredibly valuable and thought I’d share it with all of you!  This is from Dr. Wayne Dyer’s book The Power of Intention.  I encourage all of you to devour Wayne Dyer’s books.  They will help you bring all you desire into your life in a way that seems simple and straightforward.  Enjoy!

“We become what we think about all day long. What thoughts do you have that inhibit you from feeling as if you’re on purpose in your life? For instance, if you think that you’re separate from your purpose and that you’re drifting without direction through your life, then that’s precisely what you’ll attract.

Suppose, instead, that you know this is a purposeful universe where your thoughts, emotions, and actions are a part of your free will and are also connected to the power of intention. Suppose that your thoughts of being purposeless and aimless are really a part of your purpose. Just as the thought of losing someone you love makes you love them even more, or an illness makes you treasure your health, suppose that it takes the thought of your unimportance to make you realize your value.

“The purpose of life is a life of purpose.” ~ Robert Bryne

The source of thought is an infinite reservoir of energy and intelligence. In a sense, thoughts about your purpose are really your purpose trying to reconnect to you. That inner being-ness knows why you’re here, but your ego prods you to chase after money, prestige, popularity, and sensory pleasures and miss the purpose of living. You may feel sated and gain a reputation, but inside there’s that gnawing feeling typified by the old Peggy Lee song “Is That All There Is?”

Focusing on the demands of the ego leaves you feeling unfulfilled. Deep within you, at the level of your being, is what you were intended to become, to accomplish, and to be. In that inner placeless place, you’re connected to the power of intention. It will find you.

Make a conscious effort to contact it and listen. Practice being what you are at the source of your soul. Go to your soul level, where intention and purpose fit together so perfectly that you achieve the epiphany of simply knowing this is it.

When you’re awake enough to question your purpose and ask how to connect to it, you’re being prodded by the power of intention. The very act of questioning why you’re here is an indication that your thoughts are nudging you to reconnect to the field of intention. What’s the source of your thoughts about your purpose? Why do you want to feel purposeful? Why is a sense of purpose considered the highest attribute of a fully functioning person?

Because we’re human…”

 

Fighting Limiting Beliefs

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We are often unaware of our limiting beliefs because they were “passed down” to us by the attitudes and beliefs of others. As long as they remain unconscious (we are not aware of them) they can hold us back from achieving our fullest potential and experiencing joy.  For example, if we have heard all of our life that money is the root of evil then we may consciously create situations that limit our financial success out of fear of that evil.

These beliefs are so “normal” that we rarely question their validity or consider how they affect our belief systems or make us unhappy.  Of course, there is some truth  and a good intention behind most of them, but consider which ones you have been conditioned to believe and how they have impacted your beliefs and your life.

“Money doesn’t grow on trees.”
Good Intention: be intelligent with how you spend your money
Conditioned fear: money scarcity; feeling there is not enough
Potential Limits: not believing you can have what you want if it involves having money and therefore not going for it.

“You have to pay your your dues”
Good Intention: it takes effort to get results
Conditioned fear: you will have to suffer in order to be worthy of any pay off
Potential Limits: feeling unworthy, you may not take opportunities or you may punish yourself for rewards and accomplishments you receive with ease

Can you think of one that applies to you?

Stay tuned and we’ll learn how to turn these beliefs around.

Happiness Always,
Jen