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What is it you are searching for?
What makes you happy and fulfilled?
Does it bring you lasting peace?

Life is quite simple, and we humans tend to make it so complicated.

By slowing down to the speed of life and living in the moment, we have the grace to see and feel with our hearts.  The heart guides us to be wise, discerning, kind and compassionate.  Otherwise humans operate in the super-computer of the mind/ego.

What is it that makes you happy?
What is the highest expression of your creative potential?

What comes first in your hierarchy of values?  God, Spiritual Growth, Personal Growth, Career, Money, Relationships, Family, Health, Time in Nature, Homes, Cars and Material Possessions, Travel, Education, Having Fun, Sports, Helping Others?

Each individual has free will to choose what they want in life.  How many people do you know who are truly happy and fulfilled?  Are you?  When you are alone are you at peace and happy?  Are you looking for someone or something to fill an empty feeling or loneliness in your life?

How many couples do you know who are fulfilled in their relationships and treat other with love and respect?

How many people have a job or career they are passionate about and love?

Everything in life is spiritual.  Every aspect of life has a spiritual component.
Are you focusing on your highest vibration and aspiration?

Unless we find our spiritual connection in this universe, the ultimate source of all life, it is difficult to find true peace, joy and fulfillment.  Living from the ego is a painful way to live.  When we discover the truth and wisdom in our hearts, God’s magic happens.

“There is a fundamental purpose of our lives.  To know it, we must understand where life comes from and where it is going, look beyond our immediate goals to what we ultimately want to accomplish and consider life’s highest potential for development.”
Paramahansa Yogananda

smiles,
🙂 Lee
The MEGA Coach

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