What is your purpose in life? Are you completely satisfied with the life you are living? Are you expressing yourself to the fullest of what you know is possible? Do you live with easeful passion or does it seem to come and go of its own volition? Do you admire those who are alive with enthusiasm and direction? Are you sometimes troubled when your own sense of purpose wanes? Does your spiritual seeking give you purpose?
Though many of us are blessed with an unquenchable thirst for meaning and development, we rarely take the time to fully grasp the awesome responsibility of discovering our true purpose.
Purpose empowers creativity. Purpose is the smile we wear, the hand we hold out, the glint in our eye, it's the wind in our sails, and the breeze on our face. Purpose is what calls us to spring out of bed before dawn. Purpose also implies social value, whereby we combine all our most important relationships as one toward a goal for the sake of humanity, which we honestly don't really know we can ever reach. Purpose allows us to strive through all sorts of obstacles, with great compassion and wisdom, sometimes with little concern for our personal comfort.
Yet, we are frequently unable to stabilize a consistent expression of our true purpose. Why is this? Due to concealed conditioning, the outcomes of our decisions are not consistently aligned with such a wonderful goal, despite our finest intentions.
Therefore, it is important to acknowledge that significant choices from our past were not so much a reflection of our individual volition, but of our selections from the alternatives offered by concealed conditioning. Unfortunately, conceptual-free-will offers no possibility of discovering and expressing our true purpose beyond the perimeters set by our particular culture.
It becomes clear that if the range of options available to us in regard to consistently accessing purpose does not extend beyond the bounds of individual and collective conditioning, we have choices, but only up to a certain limit.
Attempting to find true purpose using only the selections of the conceptual-mind is futile, not to mention frustrating. This is just one way that the unhealthy-ego stifles our potential and drains our vitality. If we believe that we can live on purpose, without first identifying and transcending hidden habituation, the ego has us right where it wants us, believing, but without consistent evidence for that conviction in our life circumstances.
Conscious-free-will begins to unfold as you identify the ways in which conceptual-free-will may have been restricting your development. As you uncover and let go of individual and collective conditioning, you can access conscious-free-will and unleash your full potential. Purpose stabilizes to the degree that you identify and go beyond the outer limits of conceptual-free-will. By the consistent application of conscious-free-will, you are able to co-create an awakened life together with other people in relationships that are completely free from personal conflict. Conscious-free-will allows you to master your destiny for the sake of humanity.