THINKING YOUR PURPOSE IS ANYTHING OTHER THAN WHAT YOU WANT TO DO WILL KILL YOU
And no! It is not about being in service to OTHERS!
I have heard time and time again - people exhausted, wanting to give it all up, throw in the towel and getting SUPER RESENTFUL thinking and trying to implement something that is not your purpose driven life - will end up an emotional mess, tired, resentful and just... not wanting to be here anymore.
Now, whilst the difference between what you're meant to do and what you're not meant to do is a bit of a fine line when it comes to pushing through resistance to get your purpose work done - there is a very distinctive feeling between knowing this is what you're Heart and Soul is MEANT to do - no matter how hard or frustrating trying to figure out the tools to make it happen in the world and plain and simple - this is not what I am meant to do.
How will you know?
Because you will FEEL IT IN YOUR SOUL!
I AM THE ONLY ONE THAT CREATES MY SCHEDULE.
I can pick and choose when I want to work and with whom I want to work.
I create my entire reality and can do what I want when I want.
I love what I do and do what I love - including sitting on the beach on a Monday morning, when everyone else is 'at work'.
Just over 3 years ago, I got ripped apart for posting a photo on social media for 'laying around on the beach on a Monday morning when everyone else is at work'. The person was an awesome key board warrior and a member of my family. Instead of communicating on facebook, I picked up the phone and called her. Of course, she didn't answer. And still to this day, there has been no contact.
I am also a highly sensitive empath who is deeply in tune and I feel that this memory has come back recently, because I have been picking them up intuitively. Meaning, I can feel them talking about me again recently. So.. of course I will post another photo.. on Monday...
Routine is a Soul Killer, but do not confuse routine with discipline. What do you do when your routines and rituals get taken away?
Yes, our Soul thrives on routine, but it also thrives on going with the flow. Now, flow can be confused by some people who do not understand it - as wishy washy, woo woo and lazy. Yet, it is quite the opposite.
When I was training Yoga teachers and when I teach my Lightfilled Yoga classes, I make a very strong point to encourage people to find their own flow instead of following my instruction the entire time and to change their Asana Flow up, don't do the same routine every single time you are on your mat.
Some people hate this, especially if it is the first time they have attended my class. They are like, 'What? What do you mean?' And usually pull a strange face and look at other students for reassurance. Yet, they usually learn to love it. It is empowering to them.
Society gets so caught up with following every one else, looking outside of...
7 Simple Ways to Be Gentle With Yourself When You Have A Busy Day Ahead
You may be knowing you need some time out, time alone or just plain old taking a break from your routines, but when you look at your schedule uh oh, that ain't happening for another few days or a week or more! Yikes! What to do?!!?
Here are 7 Simple Ways to Be Gentle With Yourself when you can't physically take a break and have a full schedule ahead: