One of the most common questions I get asked by clients is “What is my life purpose?” or “What am I here to do?” I know that many of you are plagued by this question. Or even if you have a pretty good understanding of what your life purpose is, you probably still need guidance on what steps to take in order to fulfill it more effectively and abundantly.
In keeping with our theme of aligning with your life purpose in January (Don’t forget to register for the upcoming free teleclass!) I thought I would share some practical, simple steps you can take to fulfilling your life purpose.
1. Decide what it is you truly want.
A soul moves by desire. In order to discover what you are here to do, take a look within at your inner most desires. Ask yourself, What do I want? Is that what I really really want? What else do I want? The deeper you can go with this process, the stronger it will be for you.
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By Melissa Kitto
When I was 16 years old, I had an experience where I felt a baby soul come around me and communicate with me. She felt joyful and fun and I just knew deep down in my heart that she would be my child one day. It was only a matter of timing. At that time, of course, I was very young and had NO plan to have kids any time soon! My mother had her first child at 30, and I also planned to experience the world a bit before having children. I wanted to travel, find a career and of course, find the right partner.
Whilst I was living in London at the age of 24, I went to a psychic fair one day and received an angel card reading from someone I greatly respected. I distinctly remember her saying, “Wow, I’ve never said this to anyone before, but the angels are telling me you’re going to have a crystal child, a very special baby who has come to do spiritual work.” That was a confirmation that made it even more real to me that this baby soul was around me, connecting and waiting for the right time to be born.
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