Why You Can End the Search for Your Purpose Now

  • Bec Alexander
    Posted at 03:14h, 07 June Reply

    Thankyou so much for taking the time to write and share this with us! I believe it is exactly what I needed to hear right now. I feel as if I can get so caught up within attempting to discover my purpose, and trying to assign so much meaning to each moment that I begin to get stressed if it does not feel incredible. It is so freeing instead to let time flow and just feel it instead of trying to grab onto it. Thankyou so much 🙂

    • Christy Rodriguez
      Posted at 22:17h, 07 June Reply

      Hi Bec, my heart melts to hear that my article helped you. Yes stay in the flow as much as possible. You inspire me to continue to share my message. God bless!

    • Christy Rodriguez
      Posted at 00:32h, 20 September Reply

      Thank you for sharing. I hear you sister. I struggle too with this even though I wrote about it. Everything is a process for me. Hang in there. Stay grateful and just LIVE 🙂

  • Paul Berry
    Posted at 00:46h, 09 June Reply

    Just like Bec, the timing of this post for me was perfect. As I move into a new phase of my life I have left behind so many of the things that used to define me. I struggled with not having such a clear idea anymore of ‘who I am’ and so I have been more than a little obsessive about finding and understanding my purpose in life. I even set time aside to sit and meditate and force myself to think about what my purpose in life is 🤦‍♂️

    Your wonderful post was like a little pressure valve being released. Reading your words instantly brought a sense of calm and of confidence that it’s ok not to have that one, elusive, utopia of an idea. That’s not life, or at least it’s not my life. I feel energised, happy and excited now to uncover the many layers of what makes me me.

    “Purpose isn’t one thing, it’s everything” 😍

    Thank you so much Christy 😊

    • Christy Rodriguez
      Posted at 15:43h, 09 June Reply

      The energy of forcing and pressure is heavy. I get you. I struggled and still do. But progress is all that matters. I am so happy that you felt some relief from my article. Keep discovering and uncovering. Thats the fun part! Blessings to you 🙂

    • Christy Rodriguez
      Posted at 00:37h, 20 September Reply

      Aww. I can hear the relief in your words. I am so happy I was able to bring you back to center a bit. Life can through us into a loop so we have to stay vigilant and create joy and simplicity as much as possible and the rest will flow.

  • Catherine
    Posted at 12:13h, 10 June Reply

    My dilemma is trying to live in the moment while making plans for the future. They seem diametrically opposed. How do we separate them?

    • Christy Rodriguez
      Posted at 00:24h, 20 September Reply

      Actually the moment reveals what you need to do for the future. For me it has been a process of unfolding. Every day I am shown what the next step is. Thank you for taking the time to write. Bless you and good luck on your journey.

  • Sarah J Hemingway
    Posted at 10:00h, 22 July Reply

    I too Christy feel your words spoke straight to me and the timing of them was perfect.
    I feel so blessed to have found this site and your post was exactly what I was looking and yearning for
    It was so profound and like nothing I had found before. Thank you for these life changing words that have encouraged me to look at every moment of everyday in a different way.
    Thank you once again…

    • Christy Rodriguez
      Posted at 00:34h, 20 September Reply

      Thank YOU. I am so grateful my words resonated. We are all in this together. We have to uplift one another. I am glad I was able to do that for you.

  • Marija Stanojkovic
    Posted at 12:30h, 26 August Reply

    Dear Christy, you can’t imagine how much I needed this post. I am 25, I finished faculty, found boyfriend that I love, we will start to live together, I found a job and then suddenly smth hited me in the head – and now what? All checked? I felt so confused and obsessed with purpose in life, like everything is fine, it will always be fine somehow and all this will disappear one day, that I forgot to appreciate little things in life, I forgot to cherish every nice moment. On the other side I was feeling so scared and anxious about changes, until I saw this and your other post about ‘missing smth’ on TinyBuddha.
    I think I really need to learn how to say no, how to enjoy me-time and to accept this step forward in my life.
    Thank you so much! 😊😇

    • Christy Rodriguez
      Posted at 00:35h, 20 September Reply

      Exactly! Self care is so important and recharging, so you can feel every moment is vital to our happiness. Blessings on your journey !

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