The Four Spiritual Laws of Prosperity Day 40 Chapter 9 Divine Purpose

How do you know when you have found your Divine Purpose? Finding your Divine Purpose, as Cindy says, “is when you fall in love with life.” Are you loving what you do?

Ask yourself,”if I gave myself permission to do whatever I wanted to do, what would that be?” Sometimes we know what we want and sometimes we don’t. So how do you figure your Divine Purpose when you don’t know what you want?

We can make a list and start narrowing down what we can do today. We can pick something that sounds fun and try it. If you don’t like it, you can add it to the list of what you don’t want to do!

The point is not the destination, it is the journey. There is no right or wrong way to live your life. There is only your way and you are the expert on your experience. What may be your “it” today may change tomorrow but you won’t know until you try.

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  1. Vivivan miller says

    Yesterday was such a day of “finding it.” I woke up nervous about class and my lack of connecting with the material. I was in a state. I opened my Course in Miracles book and the lesson said, “Miracles are seen in Light and Light and Strength are one. Driving to work I told myself that at the end of the day I would declare it my glorious sixth day of happiness. I had a schedule that conflicted with school and had to deal with it. I did a power point presentation about Business Intelligence and then realized I had not saved it. So I had to reconstruct my presentation very quickly. I never panicked. It was wonderful day of delivery by Spirit.

    Fast forward. At 10 driving home from school because I kept saying my affirmation all fear of inadequacy melted away. It truly turned into a glorious day. I just kept saying Miracles Are Seen in Light and everything I did during the day seemed just the way it was supposed to be. I just kept moving through it. I failed the first database quiz and it was o.k. There just was acceptance all throughout the day. The ego voice never took control. I kept putting one step in front of the other.

    So at the end of the day I felt carried. I kept thanking God all the way home for the gift of “finding it” and remembering who I am. And if I did it once, I can do it again.

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