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Life Purpose: Personal & Global Mission
Every individual has a Life Purpose. This is the mission that you agreed to prior to your incarnation. There are two parts to your Purpose: a personal one and a global one. Your personal Purpose involves a particular characteristic that you're trying to develop in this life, such as patience or compassion. Your global Purpose involves discovering, developing, and using your natural talents and interests to help other people and the planet.
Some people have a Purpose that just affects a few, while others are spiritually contracted to help thousands of people. Just like in an orchestra, every player is equally important. The piccolo player and the first violinist are both crucial to the musics orchestration.
Your Life Purpose: Making the World A Better Place
In the same way, God and the world are counting on you to remember and work on your Life Purpose. Deep down, you probably know that you're here to make the world a better place. If you feel that you're not doing so, your inner self begins to nudge you. This nudging can take the form of anxiety or a sense of time urgency.
If you ignore the inner nudging, you may begin to feel empty or depressed. If you believe that others are blocking your urgings, you may blame them and feel angry or ripped off. If you feel unqualified to help the world, you may collapse into low self-esteem.
Global Life Purpose: Helping Usher in Peace
Each person has a global Life Purpose and a personal mission. The global mission is the overarching, or umbrella-like Purpose that you're engaged in. Your personal mission is the specific form that your Life Purpose is to take.
Indigo Children all share a similar global Life Purpose: to help usher in the New Age of Peace. #indigoseason
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