Do you know what your calling is? Have you spent time really thinking about it?
That feeling that you experience when you know you can do something more in life but are not sure what that is, can indeed give you sleepless nights and constant worries. If this happens to you, or perhaps some. less dramatic version of it, you may not have yet identified your calling.
to be completely congruent with how you spend your time in connection with a higher order pursuit, can be called “knowing one’s calling” in life. To know what you want to become and to know the purpose of your life is what we will call “Your Calling”.
Here are five ways to uncover your true calling in life; If you need a hand in terms of how to brreak this into goals, fill in the form at the bottom of this blog.
Observe dreams and its meanings
Your subconscious mind has a way to telling you if you are moving forward in the right direction. Pay attention to your life events and activities, people you meet and the places that you are drawn towards. Try to keep track of your dreams and connect with them as it will show you symbolically your life’s calling, work to break down what it is you care about and how you can connect your lifes purpose with that.
Express yourself in whichever way you like
Make time for things you love and work those things into your life and as much as possible into your work. It could be through music, art, charitable pursuits or anything else, just pay attention and align with your jourrney.
Think about the things you used to love.
More often, our callings are what we had wanted to do with our life as a kid until the pressure of society crept in. Go back in your memory and think about what you liked to do or wanted to be in your childhood. Dont leave it there, as it still may not be obvious, break those things down into why you wanted to do them, and how they made you feel.
Observe what makes you feel good.
When we do what we are supposed to be doing in life, it makes us feel good, connected, joyful, loving and purposeful. Notice these feelings in your everyday life to understand your calling. Complete the exercise in my free 3 day goal setting course to imagine your future, and draw frrom that what it is that makes you feel good.
Pay attention to things that keep coming back.
If there is something that keeps coming back to you and you feel good every time you do it, then that is your calling. It could be as simple as creating amazing stories for your kids every day.
In addition to all the above, patience is key when trying to discover your life’s true calling. Treat yourself, your practices and the world with patience.