I’m grateful to live with purpose. I know answering what my WHY is helped me to navigate my life in a way that I was never able to do before. Many of my vision boards are focused on my inner purpose rather than material things. My largest vision board now hangs on the wall behind my desk. I look at it when I’m looking for inspiration writing and/or preparing seminars. I found that having a clear vision of how I want to live internally, helps me to make choices to serve the better good externally. Hence, my daily aligning with love, abundance, and peace helps me align to serve others from the most authentic place I can.
We are in some very trying times, what inner life are you living? How we live our inner life projects out. When we align our inner life and our outer life, we can soar no matter what chaos is going on around us. Finding my purpose didn’t come in the easy times, it took me going through the mud and getting dirty. There were a series of traumas that led me to where I am today. What drives us to our purpose can be very ugly. It could be the worst thing that has ever happened to us that can take us on the most transformative journey. Living with purpose is a light in the dark days. It keeps me moving forward in the most beautiful ways.
Today, I commit to serving my purpose. We can serve our purpose in so many ways without ever having to leave the house. First, it’s important to be clear. Back in January 2020, I wrote a piece called, “Rachael Wolff: Here’s My Why“. It’s a piece I look back to and check in with myself to make sure my thoughts, beliefs, actions, and reactions are aligning with my why. I also make sure I have a clear vision on the place I want to lead my life from. I look to one of my vision boards to help me get a clear view. If you don’t have a clear vision of what you want your inner world to look like, I suggest making a Self-Worth Collage (click to see examples)/ vision board. Plus, making these really does help during challenging times. When we get clear, it becomes much easier to see our direction. Part of me living my purpose is living from a loving place. That means doing the work daily and serving myself and others from that place on a daily basis. Help show up for yourself and others in the best light possible. When we do the work, the blessings of abundance flow into our lives from all different directions. It’s amazing how the process works.