To find a sense of purpose and to live with proposition and according to our values means becoming involved in what is really meaningful to us achieving ever more mental, emotional and spiritual wellness. purposes are the fuel to achieve ever more happiness and motivation in what we do and as in a positive circle, happiness and motivation will bring more direction and positive energy into our life.
Experience your days with more presence and the will to achieve a step at time all that results able to spark your enthusiasm and that bring further meaning to your life.
Fill every action with commitment and love in order of being able to have a balanced and fulfilled lifestyle brimming with joy and unconditional happiness.
Directions can change several times in a lifetime. This is not always the case, but it is so for most of us. So, first of all, do not worry about the changes and keep focused on what make you feel really fulfilled.
A lack of purpose generates boredom, stress and depressive emotional states, in reverse purposes, ideals, goals and motivation allow us to focus and to give us a functional perspective whatever happen.
There is nothing more realizing and grounding than living and savoring our meaningful intents every single day.
8 Tips to Find more Purpose in Life Starting from the Here and Now
Identify Needs / Priorities in the Present Moment. Write a brief list that ties together the interests that provide us with a sense of meaning. writing down this statement and the meantime stop ignoring our desires: listen more our inner voice whatever it is telling to us. Do not be worried to think great. Be aware of what we really want.
Create Good Habits. Habits are able to shape our life for the best. Habits enforce our mind, will and enhance our energy (life force). Habits empower and help to keep our brain active and healthy.
I Suggest you to create a morning routine to practice every day: It is a good way to start the creation of further healthy habits.
Focus on Others. Discovering our life purposes will come easier when we shift our focus from ourselves to finding ways of contributing to the happiness and achievements of others (also family components and friends). The sense of fulfillment naturally arises when we focus on what we can give. You could also volunteer for a cause that you believe in, such as for your local community, hospital or school. The sense of being part of something greater than ourselves will create in us a big change in terms of prospectives.
Learn Something New. Learning something new gets us access to new and different point of views and we can find more wonders and meanings in our daily life.
Connect/Reconnect with Nature. Contemplate the magnificence of nature, make a daily walk or meditate surrounded by nature. grounding in nature helps us to fills our lives with a sense of aliveness.
Reconnecting with your Passion and Hobbies. We might find joy as cooking or baking, watching movies, readings books, gardening, playing and instrument or doing arts and crafts.
Step Out of our Comfort Zone. The term comfort zone indicate an “imaginative” place where you live only in control, with certainties without fear. You become more of the person you were meant to be every time you push past your fears. It doesn’t matter how small or big the step is; once you take the step, your comfort zone becomes bigger, and life can offer you more opportunities. Step out of the comfort zone does not mean to live recklessly changing your values and virtues but simply to face your fears in order to grow as human being.
Take Action. Remember that every result should be the consequences of an aimed action not the cause of it. So give energy to your scheduled goals transforming them in effective tasks to accomplish step by step. None of us know exactly how we feel about an activity until we actually do the activity. Whatever action we choose to undertake, make sure it is a step forward. Through a consistent involvement, effort and taking effective actions we can also start a functional and evolving research for meanings that our life has to offer us in the present moment.
Author: Cristina Capucci