I hold a different view to most people about having a life purpose. A lot of people tend to think that you must have a life purpose and that you must work it out when you’re here on earth.
Others will say that you cannot know your life purpose until you transcend into the non-physical.
My own personal view is… who cares? Why do you feel the need to know that you have a life purpose and that you must complete it?
Life has offered you free-will, meaning you have the ability to choose what you do and when you do it. No one can ever take that completely away from you.
It is my belief that everyone on this planet has a choice, and that choice is they can believe in whatever they want to. If you want to believe that god has given you a mission to complete, then that’s fine.
You had the decision about whether you wanted to come here to earth before you were born and I think that some energies/entities did decide that they were coming here for a purpose. To heal, to help, to teach, to assist, etc.
But I also feel that some people just came here because they wanted to. They wanted to come here for the experience. I’m one of these people. Yes, I have decided to teach what I’ve learned along the way, but that isn’t my life’s purpose.
Having a life’s purpose can be used as a way to say “Yes, I’ve completed what I came here to do, now I can die in peace without having any worries”. But isn’t that a bit of a cop out? Isn’t that finding an excuse so that you can release your fear of death?
The more spiritually enlightened you become, the more you will realize that everything in this world and in your life is already perfect. You cannot make a mistake with life and everything will pan out to perfection even if you don’t perceive it that way. Given that is true, if there are such things as a life purpose and god is handing them out on your way into planet earth, then you cannot help but to not only achieve it but discover what it is when the time is right for you.
“There is no blackboard in the sky on which God as written your purpose, your mission in life…your purpose is what you say it is. Your mission is the mission you give yourself. Your life will be what you create it as, and no will stand in judgment of it, now or ever.”
– Neale Donald Walsch
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