How To Find Your Life’s Purpose In Any Situation

If you don’t understand what your life’s purpose is, then you may be living your life on autopilot rather than enjoying it.

Your life’s purpose is somewhere inside of you, and if you don’t know where that is, you can’t live the life you want to live. When John F. Kennedy was elected President, he did not have a clear idea of what his life’s purpose was, but he knew it wasn’t to be a politician. He was born to run, and he knew he’d run at 100 feet and win.

Don’t be afraid to change your mission and vision. If you don’t know what your purpose is and you’re not in the present moment, you may never find it. Your life’s purpose might be something you learn the hard way, and at least you’ll know what it is.

You are your goal.

To find your life’s purpose in any situation depends on your present state of mind, which you can’t see, hear, taste, touch or smell. This is why we have to rely on feelings.

How do you know if you’re in a good state of mind? Just watch yourself. Think about how you feel. Does your face feel refreshed, refreshed, refreshed when you see yourself in the mirror? Are you smiling, joyful? If not, go find out why.

Why do your thoughts stay in a certain thought loop? When you’ve tried every technique to interrupt the loop, your thoughts are no longer focused on where you’re going. Is that what you are looking for? Is your goal to be a happy person?

If you’ve been in a bad mood or angry all day, what do you want to be doing in the evening? Just change your mind (or get out of bed) and take a new action instead of thinking about what you want to be doing (think about getting out of bed instead! Or maybe a new hobby!)

If your goal is a job, what are you going to do at work? How many hours a day? How long? What do you do on your days off? Do you have a hobby? What are your goals in life?

How do your dreams affect your current state of mind? If you want a great job and a beautiful home, start by asking what you’ll get from work if you have a great job (you’ll probably have a job), then when you have a job what will you get from work?

In other words, the best thing to do is to ask “what are you trying to accomplish with the work you’re doing today”, not “how are you going to get my money and make me happy!”

The best way to find your life’s purpose is to take action and become a conscious agent in your life, rather than passively listening (or waiting for a miracle) to someone else.

This isn’t a religion.  There is no god telling you what to do. You are not a victim of something you don’t understand. The only thing you can control is how much you let your mind control you.