What is your mission in life?
Maybe it’s to learn…
…or maybe it’s learn AND teach.
Maybe it’s to figure out how to use the dense energy of this universe to manifest stuff because just really want to know how it works. And, by doing so, you add to the collective knowledge of humanity about the science of how things work here.
Or maybe you’re here to simply experience joy in the fullest capacity that you can.
The point is… there are many, many reasons why we incarnate as humans, and we label that has “having a mission.”
So, do you know what your mission in life is?
If you’re a little fuzzy about what it is, then here’s a good “question” to help you figure it out:
If everyone would do/act/be/know __________, then the world would definitely be a better place.
Here’s how I personally fill in the blank:
If everyone would know that they are personally empowered and so didn’t feel the need to try to give their power away or take another’s power away, then the world would definitely be a better place.
Of course, I realize that there are a lot of other folks in the world who would also claim that mission. That’s okay. I’d rather not be the only one with this particular mission anyway!
The really great thing about knowing your mission is that it guides you to make the difference you are meant to make in the world. For example, knowing my mission led me to make the decision to become a certified RAD Systems women’s self defense instructor.
To help women see how to become more aware of their environment, reduce the chance of abduction and physically defend themselves in case they are ever attacked was far from my mind and my business vision. Yet when I was asked if I wanted to do this as a volunteer, I realized it was yet another way I could perform my mission. It’s been awesome and very rewarding to help women step into their personal power and gain confidence in themselves through this program. Even though it’s a volunteer thing, it is so rewarding and I know I’m making a difference in these women’s lives.
Angela Loëb helps people rediscover and use their gifts so they bring who they are to what they do in life. http://about.me/angelarloeb