The way we know we are doing our life’s work,
is by how we feel when we are doing it.
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Have you discovered what you’re meant to do during your latest incarnation here?  You’ll realize you have when you feel energized when you’re doing it.  I imagine if you have ever done a soul regression which is something I’ve flirted with doing myself you’ve discovered that you’ve done similar things in the past.  That’s because you’re the same soul that returns over and over.  We need to continue doing the same life work in every incarnation.  If we don’t then we find our lives are unfulfilled, lacking meaning.  We will feel unfulfilled if our journey is detoured, if our river is dammed.

It is extremely important to our happiness that we discover our work, even if it means taking less money then we think we’re worth.  It is unfortunate that for many of us, so much of our self worth is wrapped up in how much money we have, how much money we make.  Money alone can’t make someone happy, in fact sometimes it can bring us more discomfort.

The thing I’ve always felt is important is to be happy down to your soul.  Find what your soul wants you to do and that’s your life’s work!

Be Happy!  Be Well!  Be Positive!

Chris

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