March 2018- Finding Your Higher Purpose

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Finding Your Higher Purpose

This month we are having a Conscious conversation about Finding Your Higher Purpose.

Finding Your Higher Purpose is a very big statement and something most people never do or even think about. It seems to me the pursuit of Finding Your Higher Purpose is what gives you the ability say “yes” I get to live another day, each morning, instead of thinking, “I have to do this again”.

Finding and living your higher purpose is very much like remembering all those dreams you had when you knew you could do anything, like saving the world, flying without a plane or just living joyfully. Those dreams and those thoughts are your higher purpose, your life’s agenda. Those dreams are what will help you find your path to your higher purpose.

Ok so it starts with the dream but then what? Where do I go from there?


I know that’s the scary part because you have to be willing to do, be, and see thing differently, and that is always a challenge. So, start with some good old fashioned day dreaming. Go out and have some fun with those old hobbies that you use to love. It’s possible that those old hobbies could lead to new ones, or to a new profession that fills you with joyful purpose. On the other hand, some really healthy daydreaming could lead to a unique idea that catapults you into your higher purpose in a way you never dreamed possible.

The best part about Finding Your Higher Purpose is that you never know exactly where it may take you, you never get it wrong, and you can always start over. At least that has been my experience. One thing for sure, anything is possible if you are willing to start Finding Your Higher Purpose.

Welcome down the rabbit hole of possibility.

Peace & Joy
Tracey R. Kern
Conscious Shift Magazine

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