Find Your Dharma || It Exists And Awaits You!
The Meaning Of Life Is To Find Your Gift. The Purpose Of Life Is To Give It Away:
Your life has a purpose, you have a story to tell and it’s an important one. You were born for a reason, a great one in fact, and that is to have an impact.
Have you ever wondered about your life’s purpose, the reason why you’re on Mother Earth, or simply about your role in life? I’m quite confident that at one point or another you have, or may be still wondering, but again, who hasn’t? Searching for that life purpose could leave us a little weary and quite frustrated, and maybe a bit doubtful if we actually have one. Allow me to assure you that you do have one, we all do, and it’s an important and vital one. The only thing is that you might not have realized it yet, and I’m here to help you try figure it all out.
Our dharma (life purpose) is actually born with us, embedded in our cells, and awaits patiently to be realized. It happens, it always does, but in due time. So please don’t feel that if you haven’t figured it out by a certain age that you’re too late or might never do, because there’s nothing farther from the truth. Dharma could be realized and lived since childhood or it could be fulfilled in the later beautiful stages of life where we’re mature and have enough experience to make the best out of it.
Now let’s get to the juicy part. How do we find our dharma? How can we know for sure that this is it? The answer is so easy, simple, and lies within. It just needs a tiny bit of soul searching and being honest with ourselves. What is it that you’re naturally drawn to, and so passionate about, the thing that makes your heart dance and your soul sing with joy? What’s the thing that you’re at your happiest when talking about and while performing? Well, that IS your dharma, and it sure does not have to be something big, because right here is where the confusion starts; when thinking that a life purpose should be of great importance and a huge significance to all of humanity. The fact of the matter is that it just doesn’t! It only has to be of significance and importance to YOU, because when you’re happy doing what you love; being of service and acting with compassion and love towards others will be a by product.
Your ultimate pleasure and where you feel of great achievement could be in the kitchen baking those to die for cookies, or in Tibet fighting for world peace. It really makes no difference because it all matters in its own way. Maybe if you change your perspective on the word (life purpose) and remove the mystery around it, you could very possible realize that you DO know what you’re dharma is, if not already living it in your own special way. The next step now would be taking action and pursuing it.
Ultimately, to be happy- truly happy from within and of service to others is everybody’s dharma on this beautiful journey we’re on that we call life!
Namaste my loves!
Lina Zalloum Is An Ayurvedic Practitioner, Yoga Nidra Therapist, Pranic Healer And Energy Medicine Practitioner.