You can tap into the deepest parts of your mind and find purpose through meditation. Meditation can help you to discover your true desires and dreams. And the best part? Meditation comes with a whole heap of benefits—not just finding your purpose! Today's excerpt is from the popular audiobook ”
Why?: What Your Life is Telling You About Who You Are and Why You’re Here”. Let’s take a deep breath and learn how to use meditation to align your actions with what truly matters to you. Your talents are the innate skills that nature gave you to realize your uniqueness, and they are clues that can help you to find your purpose in life. You have been gifted with a unique combination of talents that equip you to walk through life with purpose. This excerpt from the audiobook Why?: What Your Life is Telling You About Who You Are and Why You’re Here will help you to develop confidence and identify your uniqueness. Today we’re sharing an excerpt from the audiobook Why?: What Your Life is Telling You About Who You Are and Why You’re Here. This excerpt discusses the six great archetypal pathways that can help you to express your talents and realize our mission: the teacher/communicator, the healer/peacemaker, the warrior/guardian, the explorer/scientist, the builder/ organizer, and the artist/designer. The wisdom of these archetypes can be a helpful guide in finding your true path in life. There are two core fears: losing what you have, and not getting what you want. According to spiritual teacher Jeff Foster, there is one solution. In this episode we offer an excerpt from Jeff's popular audiobook Falling in Love with Where You Are. Jeff helps us discover a deep YES to our lives, no matter what we're going through. He helps us to see crisis as an opportunity to heal, pain as an intelligent messenger, and our imperfections as perfectly placed. Jeff Foster is a spiritual teacher and author of the audiobook "Falling in Love with Where You Are." Today he asks: “What will you do with this one precious, fleeting gift of life?” The answer, he says, is simple, because life is short. Discover your passion. Find a way – however much you have to struggle at first – of doing what moves you and connects you to the deepest truth of yourself. Psychologist Dr. Amy Johnson shares great advice about how to break bad habits without using willpower. Your habits and addictions are the result of simple brain wiring that can be easily changed. If you want to understand the science behind any bad habit, make the decision to end it, and commit to real, lasting change, her audiobook, "The Little Book of Big Change: The No-Willpower Approach to Breaking Any Habit" will help you to finally take charge of your life—once and for all!