Have you ever wondered what your life's purpose is?
Do you work to support a life you love, or do you live to work?
Still waiting to feel like you've finally "made it" in life, after all this time?
Sometimes our daily routine of work, home, sleep, repeat can get painfully boring, to the point that it can make life seem devoid of meaning.
But didn't they tell you that having a "nice" place, driving a "nice" car, keeping up with your bills and being "nice" to everyone should make you feel happy and fulfilled? That's the secret, right? WRONG!
Watch the above video to discover the secret to finally being fulfilled in life!
"What’s the point of it all?"
This week’s topic is the secret to being fulfilled in life.
Maybe recently you’ve been working really hard and wondering what it's all for.
Perhaps even, over the last couple of weeks, there's this aching inner sense of emptiness that's been creeping up on you.
Maybe it comes up in the people that you speak to lately, how frustrating it is when they're awfully shallow?
Or maybe are you doing things that don't really resonate with what you stand for or what your vision for your life has always been?
Are you not as far as you thought you would have been at this point in time? Are you not feeling fulfilled?
There's that inner sense of emptiness: the hole, the cave that can gather energetically, as well as even physically, eating away at our tissues, at our senses and sensibilities when we are not engaging what feeds us.
However, the non-receptive way of communicating with Source to write-off these events just "coincidences."
When we are externally driven in life, all meaning, worth, value, approval, acceptance – all judgments are based on what is external.
All actions in this sort of life are therefore based on what is external to us, as a self, a being, a consciousness, a person.
What it would look like if we were living an externally driven life is that, "I am what I can show for," or "I have to keep up with the Joneses because on the outside of me, these people are doing well, or at least their external representation looks showy, and I want to make sure that I'm on par with that."
Know This: Focusing on quality over quantity breeds fulfillment. #happiness #gratitude
The externally driven life is about acquiring larger quantities – of friends, of possessions, of dollars, etc.
Ultimately, the point is to make sure life looks very beautiful: the vision, the appearance and the visual spatial representation of whatever we're encountering in life.
But the externally driven life is one that it's not just shallow. There's a little bit more to it than that.
Specifically, the externally driven life is focused on appearances. If you can read this article, you have access to and are living in a society that is primarily externally driven.
The thing is that it’s not all bad. Yes, it’s true! Otherwise we wouldn’t really adhere to this point of view!
In truth, the good thing about being externally driven is that it's motivational.
Yes, it inspires you for more, more, more. However, if your vibration is low, it is good to be externally driven, because it pulls your vibration out of the dumps, or it keeps you from flat-lining energetically and boosts your physical life force.
Developing a dependency on being externally driven is where it becomes problematic is what the angels are saying right now. For example: determining your self-worth according to how many degrees and certifications you have is a slippery slope, because there's always more...
There comes a point in life where we need to be able to decide to enjoy where we are.
The other side is being internally driven.
Until now, we've been talking about having an externally driven life, which always ends up being not fulfilling. It will be motivational, endlessly.
I mean that positively and negatively at the same time, though. Being externally driven is not the key, not the secret, to experiencing what fulfillment feels like.
Rather than two sides of a coin, these have more of a “yin and yang” relationship.
The symbol of yin and yang is actually turning, because there is light and dark in both, constantly creating universal movement which is good. That actively creates harmony.
Similarly, we can apply this concept to the relationship between being internally and externally driven, in that when you find the active, dynamic balance between the two, you create – and have – harmony.
You can create and have fulfillment.
And it comes in a sustainable and expansive way, rather than from just throwing up your hands and saying "I'm done!" It's different.
But there’s a dark side to being internally driven.
The energy is saying that a good example of being internally driven is going about life by one of my favorite sayings, "What matters most is how you feel."
Being aware of how you feel, being present to the present moment and fully immersed in that is being internally driven in life.
So, the Joneses can have the car, the white picket fence, the expensive toy dog in the purse and the motorcycle/boat flying machine. Fabulous. I don't care because what matters most is how I feel. I'm more concerned with, "Well, am I all right with my house and my frying machine or my toaster oven." Right? Lol!
Well, there's more to it than just being stubbornly self-absorbed. How do you know if you're being internally driven or if you're around other people who are internally driven for the highest good?
You’ll have to watch the rest of this week’s video strategy to find out exactly how!
In Love and Light,
Just for Today...
Stop and ask yourself: "why am I doing what I'm doing right now?"
Then check in and see if you're externally or internally motivated in your actions. Make sure to resist the urge to judge yourself; just observe!
Notice how you feel at that moment - you're already healing!
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