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LIFE IN FOCUS – is your life in focus?

“Life purpose is your focus, your reason for being.”

Sometimes life seems to have a habit of running away with itself.  Time slips through our fingers and before we know it any goals we may have had, have long since been placed in a filing cabinet at the back of our minds, along with any dreams and ambitions that we once had. 

Why does this happen, why does life seem to get in the way of life?

Maybe it’s because many of us have had dreams and ambitions quashed because of unavoidable family responsibilities or lack of finance or education.  Maybe a lack of self esteem and self worth, have been major contributors to the loss of focusing on dreams and living your life purpose.  Whatever the reasons, now is the time to revisit those dreams and re-focus on your reason for being.  If your needs are education then investigate how to achieve the level of education that you require to go forward.  Then focus on a positive outcome. If its finance, then re-visit your finances and look where you can make positive changes.

What if you don’t feel that you have a life purpose?

If you don’t feel that you have a purpose, look back on your life events and see if you can identify themes that may occur.  Are there situations that seem to reoccur, are there places or people that you are drawn to, do you have an affinity with a humanitarian need or issue? Do you feel that you have a vocation that is not fulfilled? These thoughts and feelings can often be a good indicator of your life purpose and of what you should be doing to get your life back in focus.

“In my life’s chain of events nothing was accidental.  Everything happened according to an inner need.”  Hannah Senesh.

Looking back on your life and what it has brought you, can often give hints as to what your life purpose is.  Regardless of what you have experienced in life, good or bad, through joy or adversity, it is through these experiences that we can find our strengths and a determination which helps us to realise that we want to help ourselves and possibly others in some form.

Have you a creative streak that you have not nurtured?

Well maybe this is the time to recapture and develop this dormant ability.  You may then go on to become an artist or writer or even a teacher.  Maybe you will find that your particular creativity will help others if you go onto use it as a form of therapy.
Whatever your muse, there is a purpose to it, a life purpose.
Life purpose is about loving, feeding and developing your soul and maybe helping others to focus on their own life purpose too.

Life events can be likened to a series of snapshots, mini plays and short films; all of these pieces of our life are important lessons and can be thought of as signposts which in turn lead us to important turning points in our lives.  If we do not follow the signposts, life can feel that it is blurred or out of focus and this can lead to a feeling of dissatisfaction with some areas of our life and a feeling of ‘there must be something more.’

“Often people attempt to live their lives backwards; they try to have more things, or more money, in order to do more of what they want to, that they will be happier.  The way it actually works is the reverse.
You must first be who you really are, then, do what you need to do, in order to have what you want.” – Margaret Young

There are a growing number of people, who are finding that are coming to the realisation that there is something more, and they are starting to investigate how to re-focus their lives; and over the past year I have been privileged to be able to help many people to find their spiritual pathway by providing them with a spiritual assessment. 

If you feel that you could benefit from a spiritual assessment then please take a look on Readings page for more details.

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