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Frequently Asked Questions

"What is my life purpose?"

To discover your life purpose, begin to ask yourself the following questions. 

  • "What types of things interest me most? (for example, working with technology, caring for people or animals, artistic expression, physical activities, teaching, analyzing, or working for the benefit of others.)
  • "What activities tend to make me lose track of time when I'm involved in them?"
  • "What is easy for me to do?  What do I do better than others?"

Remember that your life purpose is bigger than just a job title! You may have taken birth to:

  • Develop a characteristic such as tolerance, compassion, openness, integrity, perseverance, or forgiveness
  • Work out unresolved business with a mate, parent, or offspring who you knew in a previous lifetime.
  • Develop a talent you didn't finish developing in a previous lifetime.

"I know there is something that I'm supposed to be doing, but what is my next step"

  • You already have an in-born purpose that is driving your life.  Obstacles and problems are there to help you learn and prepare for the next level.
  • The best way to make your life count and thereby fulfill your destiny is to make choices based on your authentic self.  This is what we call the purpose-driven life.
  • Finding your purpose is not a destination—it’s a lifelong journey.
  • Find the purpose for each segment of your daily life.  Each part of the day has a purpose, starting with early morning preparations. 
  • Sometimes your purpose is just to let go and see what happens next.
  • Your spiritual purpose is to respond to life with aliveness, curiosity, love, and the willingness to learn and be changed.

Your purpose is not simply a job title. It’s who you are.  It’s how you respond to life.  It’s the effect you have on others in daily life.

  • Each time you make a decision or a choice, your life purpose is present. The purpose of today may involve getting to work on time, listening to someone pour out their problem, guiding your child, sealing a deal, or keeping a commitment to yourself or someone else.
  • Just go with the flow, but keep tuned to the wisdom of your heart.  This is how you live the purpose-driven life.

"Be generous, be patient, be compassionate, be disciplined (committed to doing no harm), and be willing to let go of your need to be right or in control."

"How do numbers effect my life purpose?"

  • According to numerologists, your life was mapped before birth.
  • The key to understanding what you are here to do lies in the qualities of the letters of your name and the numbers of your birthdate.
  • Numbers describe your basic nature, your path of achievement, and your challenges.
  • While no event is completely predestined, the letters of your name are markers of potential events and circumstances.
  • Your birthdate initiates cycles that offer circumstances and opportunities for you to develop your potential.