Every self-help guru has their own version of how to fulfil your destiny. You read the book, follow the instructions, maybe even purchase an on-line course that promise’s to point you in the right direction.
I have a sneaking suspicion that constant seeking leads to self-doubt, depression and maybe, self loathing.
It’s almost as if destiny becomes, ‘being in pursuit’ of finding it!
The more you seek, the more elusive it appears to be. I’m sure there’s probably a syndrome devoted to ‘being in pursuit’!
Constant seeking means that living your life in the present moment, whilst growing your inner well-being, gets put on hold.
What if everyone’s destiny is to live fully in the present moment as they grow their inner well-being. Nothing more, nothing less.
How good would it feel to finally let go of constantly ‘being in pursuit’?
Only then will fulfilling your destiny be led from the inside-out, rather than the outside-in.
Destiny is tied to inner well-being. Learning to appreciate, and finding gratitude in what show’s up. Happiness that lies in the smallest of details.
I believe that once you’ve mastered living from the inside-out, your destiny will show up to claim you.
It sounds easy doesn’t it. Simplistic even.
On the outside, the more you have, the more you want, which leads to a life of being in pursuit, seeking guidance outside. The latest trend, the new ‘must have’, the hunt is on to find it.
Yes, you may find it, but I can guarantee that it won’t lead to you finding, and fulfilling your destiny.
Look around you. Who do you know who’s truly happy?
Those people stand out because they glow with an inner happiness, a charisma, that draws people to them.
Those are the ones you want to be near, to bathe in their air of peacefulness, that calms the restless soul.
I want to be one of those people who glow with inner well-being. I want a destiny that gently guides others to contentment. It sounds totally fulfilling to me.
Destiny doesn’t have to soul-searching, just soul soothing. How does it get any better than this?