What do I want in life? Goodness, how often have been perplexed with this?
We’ve all been stonewalled and ask: what do I want in life? At that point where we just didn’t know exactly what we really want to do with our lives.
Let’s consider a thought provoking message.
But first, let’s see that discovering what you really want to do with your life isn’t an easy task for anyone, nor is it something that you can really create a step-by-step guide for.
That said, when you’re not really sure what you want to do, whether it’s a career, a lifestyle, or anything else, a few different exercises might help you pinpoint what it is you truly want.
Here are four ways to try to pinpoint what you want from your future.
A Course in Miracles states, “How you wake is the sign of how you used sleep. To whom did you give it? Under which teacher did you place it?
When you ask yourself what do I want in life, what capabilities will you have wanted to build in five years?
You don’t want to ever give the impression that you’re living in fantasy or falsehood when from your inner core you know better.
(By the way when you’re done here I urge you to review this related article on how to boost self-confidence for success and a better life with life enhancement videos.)
Looking within and not being Afraid to Go there!
A wise businessman into his later years, my good friend Bob Russell, who never retired, presented a few words to a graduating class of students ready to head out into the world.
They of course were wondering, “What do I want in life.”
I’d like to share his words with you, since they are appropriate for anyone’s question about, what do I want in life.
“After a while you learn the subtle difference between holding a hand and chaining a soul. You learn that love doesn’t mean leaning on someone, and company doesn’t mean security. You begin to discover that kisses aren’t contracts and presents are not promises.
You begin to accept your defeats with your head up and your eyes open, with the grace of your spirit, not the grief of your ego. You learn to change your mind change your life. And you learn to build all your roads on today, because tomorrow’s ground has yet to exist.
After a while you learn that every sunshine burns if you get too much. So plant your garden to decorate your own free spirit, instead of waiting for someone to bring you flowers.
And you learn that you really can endure, and that you really are strong just being who you are. After all these lessons you will see that you indeed have a purpose in this world. It’s called being truly yourself.”
It’s up to you
When you are fed up with the world and contemplating how to know what you want in life, did you know that you can choose to leave this world entirely anytime you want?
I’m not speaking of your physical death; I mean a change of mind in how you interpret the reality of this world, is how you change your mind change your life.
Here’s a related article on how to build confidence through faith healing-main strategy for long overdue change:
To knowing the answer: what do I want in life?
PS: If you’ve enjoyed this article I invite you to subscribe to my EVERYDAY MIRACLES newsletter where we (you the reader, and I, the author) bring our mind together for self-success and a better world.
Readers will find an easy-to-follow path to healing: reaching illumination thus finding in your heart the free will and purpose that has been waiting for you, mastery accomplished.
Also be sure to join me on social media!
Here are the first two books of my ever-developing series—reflections of A Course in Miracles:
Click this image to see what Amazon.com has to say on how this all came to manifest, or see the detailed display at Ozark Mountain Publishing Co.
Please Support My Work: Although we are offering you access to my blog, self-help library, other articles, livestream, and other webinars and lectures in your area Free to the world every week, there are many costs involved in bringing this to you.
If you feel moved to make a donation, any amount is greatly appreciated.
To find more about my personal rise above adversity and my work, simply click the GoFundMe link.
Thank you so much for your support!