Your message is brilliant Alia, you’ve cracked the code for one’s own life purpose, this is HUGE! I
couldn’t have expressed it any better, it requires full consciousness to grasp this subtle insight.
Now we can all put our “Universal Value” to practice, to serve and benefit all of humanity. I too
have recently come to question my career choices, thinking what I’m doing isn’t “meaningful” or
“purposeful” enough, according to my egoic standards. I realize that subconsciously, my self
judgement is based upon fear of what others think, and not upon my true BEingness. Like you,
I’ve understood the mental concept of “My BEingness IS my value”, but now it’s my own
experience which I can apply to everyday life. What a blessing to finally grasp the practical
implications of this real-ization. On a positive note, I’m starting to enjoy what I do and appreciate
the benefits- traveling, meeting new people, plenty of time to learn & explore other cultures, belief
systems, job opportunities that align with my joy & fulfilment to share with others. Now I see new
paths and direction opening, it’s fun to entertain the possiblities; I have addressed my weaknesses
and dropped everything which no longer serves my being (esp. mental limitations, self doubt etc).
Once we become aware of how important and valuable our own UV is, the greater we can share
our joy and live with timeless purpose. Awesome post, I’m so happy you are sharing this with us.
Can you feel this energy? We can grow and evolve together as one love, as it was meant to be. ♥ I assure you it will be FUN! 😀
For decades I chased “My Life Purpose.” I searched every corner and crevice; I looked under every rock and behind every tree. No luck! This idea in my head that there was some overarching purpose to my life and that I could find it by searching diligently, eluded my grasp at every turn. Most of the people in my family seemed to find their Life Purpose without much trouble. My sister knew she wanted to be a teacher by the time she was five! She grew up, went to college, got her credential and has been teaching happily for 30+ years. My cousin found his Purpose early on also — he became a State Parks Ranger and served in that capacity for over 30 years as well. I went from one promising career to another but nothing seemed to hold my interest for long. Why not? What about me? Where…
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