You were born for a purpose. God, the universe, all of existence is entirely devoted to helping you discover and live it in its fullest expression.
Authentic Purpose is not about developing or achieving; it is a remembering who we are and always have been. It is a coming home to ourselves.
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We sometimes find ourselves at the bottom of cliffs, wondering how we’re going to climb up. The only thing that can save us is friends throwing a rope.
As long as we have someone else or some circumstance to blame, we don’t have to take responsibility for our choices, our pain, and our lives.
Living purpose is a petty struggle for the ego, but not living purpose is pure agony for the soul. What feels like a burden to the ego is bliss for the soul.
There’s nothing heroic, enlightened, or unselfish about suppressing needs, especially when done unconsciously.
True love is not a soft-hearted sentiment swooned by romantic idealists, but a double-edged and razor-sharp weapon wielded by unwavering warriors.
We’re drawn to guru culture because it gives us the security of a master who tells us how to live, while maintaining the illusion of freedom.
The only way to create total freedom is to relinquish all attachment to expectations–to give up any preconceived notions of the way life is supposed to be.