Declining Your Purpose in Life #spirituality #psychology #WhoamI
June 3, 2014
Yesterday, I talked about accepting your purpose. What would happen if you simply denied the possibility that a purpose existed for your life? Do you believe that something bad would happen to you?
This is a good question, because it begs the answer to an age-old question: Is God in control of your life and the world? In my book “Finding Authentic You” Volume I, I describe many different forms of belief. Most religions believe that God is omniscient, omnipotent, and omnipresent. But most also believe that humans have free will. Personally, I don’t see how God can be in control of all things and humans have free will at the same time. Obviously, something has to be working to get us to do what we are intended to do; otherwise, the world would be much crazier than it already is.
My conclusion: Free will exists until it gets in the way of our ultimate path. When we begin to impede the path we were sent to do, then, angels and spirits in heaven intercede to help prod us along our recommended path—or, perhaps, even the path we chose before coming into human form. Sometimes, this includes terrible things happening to persuade our human minds to make better decisions. Often, I see people get sick only to discover that they need to find a deeper spiritual connection. When they make the connection, suddenly, their entire world comes back into focus. Often the sickness is healed completely, as well.
I, also, see this with addicts. Addiction tends to be the act of running away from something deeply ingrained in your soul; oftentimes, this, too, is a deep calling to a greater purpose. Most people don’t want to accept the calling of God. Truthfully, most of our formative years are spent running after our own pipedreams. We could care less or don’t even think about a greater purpose. But, when life deals a hefty blow to the ego, do we actually begin to look for answers to the greater questions in life: Who am I? Why am I here? What is God? What is my purpose?
So, when someone hurts and has gone through a terrible loss or illness, I grieve with him or her, but I also know that a time of pain can be a great time of growth. This has been the case in my life. When I have had the worst loss in my life, I have learned the greatest lessons about myself and my life’s purpose. Don’t fret, my friends, if you are feeling pain. Discover it and feel it completely. Next, you will experience the awesomeness of God interceding on your behalf. You will see the world in a new light!
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Finding Authentic You is my brand and is also aself-help guide, which I wrote, with 365 Discoveries, meant to aid you in facilitating some of life’s most difficult challenges, like sleep. But, the discoveries also lead you to what you believe spiritually, understanding your goals, learning to believe in your self, discovering the most distinct you, unlocking all of your negative thinking, and helping you replace it with positive, creative thought using many different modalities, including hypnosis, prayer, and psychology. Once you know yourself, then relationship with Spirit and people is a fairly easy task.
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