Are you struggling to find what you are “supposed” to be doing.

Yesterday I was talking to someone & found that this person was struggling to find his sense of self…What he wants to do with his life. There are times when we all struggle in order to see what we are “supposed” to be doing. That’s pretty okay.

It is not only about younger ones, I receive such messages from whole lot of people in their late 50s even who are struggling to find what they want to do with themselves. 🤔

When people feel like they have no sense of direction, no way to go, no purpose in their life, it’s mainly because they don’t know what’s important to them & perhaps they don’t know what their calling are in real sense.

Let me remind you that each of us has an unique life plan. You can not compare it with the ones before you or the ones you are living with. This comparison will take you further away from your truth. You must go inside yourself in order to find the real one. Remember it’s okay if it takes some time to find your real intentions, direction, passions, talents, purposes, innate gifts & soul vibes.

Please remember that those who find these enjoy success, satisfaction & bliss throughout their life. They always shine like stars & live a remarkable life. 🥂

Let you start focusing your thoughts on the things you want & not on the things you don’t want. Weed out all those unnecessary, irrelevant, nonsical & negative thoughts which do not resonate with your deepest self or allows your soul message to reach you & inspiration to make its way into your life.

Every day see the brighter side of things. Continually tell yourself how lucky you are, how good your life is right now, how things can only get better from here & start taking inspired actions by acting upon the opportunities that are there with you. ✌️

Let you start living your life from a higher perspective & expect nothing short of a spectacular voyage towards your destiny.

My best wishes & blessings are with you 💐

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