Some believe that we were all intentionally created or given life at this time and place for a particular purpose; the search for this purpose and what we are meant to do here on Earth in this lifetime is sometimes called our “Soul Mission” (or “Soul Purpose”). This is in contrast to those who believe life is random, or that we are in charge of creating our own purpose as we live. Some people find the idea of a Soul Mission to be a reassuring guidepost to align all their efforts and goals to; others feel a great deal of anxiety and confusion around trying to identify their Soul Mission, and discover that letting go of the idea a freeing and empowering choice.
How many times have you wondered why, no matter how hard you try, you just can’t keep a relationship? Can’t stay healthy? Can’t make enough money? Can’t find happiness? Have you ever stopped to think—perhaps there is some other force at work? In Soul Contracts, intuitive coach and...
Learn the five steps to realign with your true soul's calling, purpose and mission now. As you take these steps, you're able to reach a new threshold of awareness into why you're really here which unlocks new opportunities and a deeper remembrance of who you really are.
Before we talk about the traps you can fall into when you confuse your passion with your Divine Soul mission, here’s a quick reminder about the difference between your Divine Soul mission and Divine Soul purpose.