This is a BIG word. I never experienced envy, as a child or an adult. Except for this. For those who knew their purpose, I wanted to know how. How did they know? Where was the key? Worse was the incessant knocking of that unreachable impulse within my core, wanting expression, trapped, while my head couldn’t figure out the map! Anguish barely begins to cover the range of emotions surrounding the frustration, all the way to the painful sense of uselessness.
Once I reached college, at every first dinner home, my father would hit me with the question: “So…, what are you going to do for the rest of your life?”
Later…much, much later…, I would come to understand he wanted to know so he could relax in my safety. As soon as I had a direction (one he could support), he could relax. But at the time, I’d try to cover his dagger to my heart with a joke. Sometimes I’d just burst out in tears and leave the table, reinforcing his opinion that I was “just too sensitive.”
I read shelf fulls of books, took every test available, and what’s funny is that not once did I see results that began with, Your purpose is _______. They told me all sorts of things that fit into boxes. But, I don’t fit into a box. And, if you’re reading this, then safe to say, you don’t either!
Have you ever considered the word purpose? Or, is it one of those things where the meaning behind it is the focal point and the word itself is never really considered?
Take a look at these synonyms for purpose. How do they feel as you read over them…select any with resonance and make note.
At this point I’m going to propose a shift from 3D/4D to 5D.
Not to rock anyone’s boat who’s already arrived at his/her purpose and feels comfortable with that word, but I suggest we reconsider using it. Do we really need it? Not only does the word energy come with a lot of baggage, it has a decidedly mechanical tone to it. And we aren’t robots. We aren’t cogs in the machine of OUR world…only that of the matrix.
As we move forward, a return to our village-like cultures calls to us. Do you think anyone in a village lost sleep over his/her purpose? Imagine. Instead, villagers were focused on what they could
Now, how does that feel? Check out synonyms for contribute. How do they feel as you read over these? Again, select any with resonance and make note. Compare with the list you made from purpose, above. Any difference? (in feeling, in resonance, in that ‘yes‘-factor-ness)
The village needs everyone to contribute his/her natural abilities, talents, gifts. We have within what is needed in our immediate space. And you know that. Otherwise it wouldn’t be so painful to not know what it is! I get it. Continue on with me.
Every one of us who has woken to the machinations of the matrix and controllers, the imposition, has already completed the first of our primary purposes for being here at this time! Congratulations! I’m not kidding! Thank you. From my heart to yours, and on behalf of the entire planet. Thank you. Waking up is no small feat. Consider for a moment what you had to go through to reach breakthrough! More tears than laughter, I’ll wager. We need to pause for a moment and give ourselves credit for achieving the first goal!!! Can you do that? Would you do that? Please. Take a deep breath and really acknowledge your journey as a part of your purpose…your contribution.
The renowned anthropologist, Margaret Mead, is often quoted, because it is so blazingly accurate:
“Never believe that a few caring people can’t change the world.
For, indeed, that’s all who ever have.”
You’re here. Right now. Do not let the machine rob you of the achievement of that and your rightful celebration. Breathe deeply into this. It will re-wire your biology. Truth.
Treat yourself to something today. Tell me how you celebrated?
Part II on deck :-)
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