Posts Tagged ‘soul’s purpose’
In the new issue of Recreation for the Soul, we explore CHOICE. It’s the small actions that we take that build upon each other and make the difference in our lives and the lives of others.
Upon waking in the morning, keep about 10 minutes or so to yourself. Be quiet and thoughtful. Let “bubble up” what is truly important to your success as a helpful, giving human. Now, what one thing can you do TODAY that serves that end?
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Have Fun…it’s good for the soul!
Once upon a time I found a question. The question came from a wealthy and satisfied individual. He had written a book, sold many copies, and helped many people.
Here’s how I remember the question:
If you could do anything all day long without regard to making money or of anyone else’s opinion, what would you do?
Now, right away, you know that is a very good question! It hits at the heart of the matter. What would you do, if you could do what you love?
This was my answer (after following quite a number of steps the millionaire instructed me to take):
I play, learn, and teach spiritually-based,
If you’d like to know more specifics on those soul enlivening steps, please do ask and ye shall receive. I’m happy to dig deeper with you and reconstruct the exercise best that I am able.
Meanwhile, back to my answer… playing in the realm of spirit is precisely what I find myself doing the most these days. I do specialty tarot readings with The Tarot Game; I am learning from some of the most fun and insightful teachers of our day (James Wanless for one. Theresa Reed for another. Joanna Powell Colbert for a third); and soon I will be teaching others to do what I do – facilitate the game for individuals, groups, and events.
I have been a tarot card reader for a quarter of a century. Never before has it been so fun and so effective.
It just doesn’t get better than this. I love what I do.
It taught me this: We must give the world the best of ourselves. Living more of who you really are helps others to do the same and that, in turn, inspires the next person. You see where I am going with this.
Each of our actions and inactions affects those around us. When you follow your unique soul’s purpose, a.k.a. heart’s true desire, it lights up the world in ways not yet imagined.
Please don’t hide behind what you should do or what you think you can’t do. Look in the mirror, directly in your own eyes, and say the following phrase (or a form of it that you create yourself)
I show who I am for the benefit of all.
Have fun with this positive, action-affirmation*. Use it often.
*positive, first person, present tense statement with an active verb.