“The purpose of life is a life of purpose.”
― Robert Bryne
I just finished reading Dr. Brian L Weiss’s book “Same Soul Many Masters”. What an incredible book! Just by reading it, my mind, brain, heart, and soul, all were at peace at least for a week. Book is all about our life purpose. Our life is not just an
accident. Dr. Brian L Weiss has beautifully narrated why every person who comes to this earth, comes to learn what he could not learn in his previous birth. That is why, all of us are unique and our lives are so different from each other. Life is simple but we insist to complicate it by trying to be somebody else rather than be ourselves. Your reason to come to this earth is entirely different from mine. I have come here to learn something different from you and so even if I try to copy every single act of yours, my end result will be different because the universe will create different circumstances for me so that I could learn what I could not learn in my previous life.
But, my reason to write this post was not to review “Same Soul Many Masters”. My reason to write this post was, to try to know whether it is really possible to find our life purpose by reviewing the trends of the first twenty, forty, or more numbers of years of our lives. Then I thought, why don’t I begin by reviewing my own life and try to find what I have come to learn in my present incarnation.
It was not easy. Once you start thinking about your life, you are not able to find any weaknesses in your personality. Every problem that you come across looks to be the result of somebody Else’s trick or bad action or behavior. Then, I explored further, explaining to myself that I am doing this exercise to improve my own life. I have to crush my ego if I have to really learn my life purpose. I don’t need to justify the reasons for my defeats to anybody. So, with my newly found knowledge, I again did the same exercise of rewinding my life to find any traces of certain trends which may give some clues about my life purpose. The first thing that came to mind was a tendency to procrastinate. But it was too general a term to throw any light on something as specific as a life purpose. I drilled in further. After all, there must be some reason for procrastination as far as most of my actions are concerned. Then, I focused more on find under what kind of circumstances I tend to procrastinate? I normally have a tendency to procrastinate when I have to implement my own idea or when I need to do something because I want to do it. I never ever procrastinate when somebody else tells me to do something. And that was my eureka moment. I never ever able to keep my life under my control. My life purpose is to learn to be in control and give direction to my life. And that is why, since childhood, I had always been surrounded by people who wanted to control me. There were always people who wanted to direct me. And it looked that my life mission was to follow orders. They wanted me to think in a certain way, they wanted me to do certain things, they wanted me to follow certain religions or cults. And like a dumb person, I was doing all I was asked to do. The universe was deliberately creating these circumstances so that I could learn to be in control. There used to be a vacuum when nobody was telling me to do anything and then only I normally procrastinate.
It took me 54 years to find my life purpose. Just imagine, how different my life would have been if I had found my life purpose at the age of 20 or earlier? So, guys, my purpose to write this post is, you think now, check various repetitive trends in your life, analyze them and I am sure you will be able to find your life purpose.