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PURPOSE and GOALS

Sylvia Marina - Sunday, March 25, 2012

PURPOSE and GOALS written by Sylvia Marina

Have you ever sat down and thought, “What is my purpose in life? What is my passion? Where do I go from here?”

These questions are everywhere.

Perhaps the question is really... Are your goals yours?
Is what you are doing ‘your purpose’ yours or someone else’s unfulfilled dream or desire that has been so imprinted on and in your life that you are convinced it is yours?

Truly, your purpose is your own and you know it is your own when through the times that you cannot envision the future your faith in yourself (passion) never diminishes.

Many question their purpose and waiver when they feel challenge. To me ‘my purpose’ is my life’s work. Each life is a living message (purpose), do you know yours?

PURPOSE & GOALS

There is a different between purpose and goals. Goals are impermanent; we constantly achieve our goals, move our goals and set new goals – realizing that goals are impermanent can relieve stress and contribute to your inner peace. Goals are external.

Consider this, if you seek fulfillment only through external grounds what happens when they come to an end? Recently in our Breakthrough program participants (all parents) became palpably aware that the dedicated years of parenting children had come to the ‘time to let go’. Be aware, it is possible to pretend to let go but still manipulate or simply let go and continue in peace.

Parents will always be an influence, even when you have no personal contact with them!
Manipulating though, is always inappropriate devious control.

Parents who understand the art of  ‘letting go’ are parents with an inner purpose, a passion, a knowing that life has more. For a short while, maybe a moment there can be the question. ”Where do I go from here?” This is what I call a regroup or a reset moment.

Perhaps the reason we sabotage our life is that we confuse our goals with our life purpose or in other words, our goals and life purpose are not in alignment.

I never doubted my purpose in life. From a very young child I had a deep internal knowing of my life’s work. In my thirty plus years of ‘helping people through times of change’ I discovered over and over again that very few remember their purpose.

Children at play include being the person they know they will become and they play that role over and over again. As they grow they gather knowledge and wisdom, these childhood and young adult elements combine to become their passion.

As a child I had a very long ‘talking/walking stick’ and (an item that eventually became real), a pine-cone was my pretend microphone! My audience was Fli the Kelpie and her puppies, the ducks, a few farm geese, the bantam hens, the pet lamb ... these rascals were the ears for my many childhood and what were to be ‘unfolding’ life stories.

For a period of time in my young life, others choices for my life were forced upon me. These decisions created conflict to the point that my early teen-years living arrangement became impossible. But out of bad, came good! I discovered what wasn’t right for me. And this brought me again to my purpose, the truth that as a child I shared with my farmyard friends – to be different to the mold others wanted me to fit.  
Instead to look to my inner knowing and live my truth and purpose!  I wish you love and inner peace as you connect to and have the courage to embrace and live your true purpose.

Then my friend, you will know and understand the inner power of emotional mastery.

© Sylvia Marina ND.,  Expert In Human Behaviour. 

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