Do More of What You Love to Do
When you spend hours in a row, seemingly lost in time and completely engrossed in an activity that you love, you can be certain that you’re connected to soul.
Discovering what you truly love to do is sometimes straightforward, yet it isn’t always.
Embark on a journey of self-discovery, and try many new things. You may need to dedicate time and patience.
It’s all about tuning in to the signals from soul and noticing when passion is present or when an activity has an almost cathartic element to it.
Our soul informs us that life is about much more than a schedule full of duties and chores, things we do because we need to do them. Many of us even aspire to making a living by doing lots more of what we most love to do!
When we engage more often in the things that we really enjoy, which make us come alive, we fill the well. It enables us to give more of ourselves and to truly express the soul being. We radiate, and this energy is sensed by those with whom we come into contact.
Soul loves to connect with other soul beings. It’s our job to make that possible by becoming the person we were meant to be.
Expressing out into the world the purpose that we were designed to fulfill is the direction that soul will always lead us towards.
In our busy lives, contending with the distractions of modern living, we do not find much opportunity to connect with our own soul, let alone others.
It’s vital to create room for free play and for trying out the activities that attract us. When you’re drawn to a pursuit and you ignore intuition, you’re really pushing away your soul purpose.
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See a previous piece that I contributed in this book, at Add A Little Twist To Your Routine.
See the first piece that I contributed in this book, at Ask Yourself Penetrating Questions.
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