The Misconception That You Should Be Doing Something With Your Life

It seems like most people will encourage you to “Do Something” with your life. And by saying that they mean that you should “apply yourself” ¬†or “push yourself” to improve in some outwardly noticeable way. But when you are working to make more money, get more cool stuff, lose weight, or are focused on other people besides yourself, that means that you are just avoiding doing your inner work.

At the end of the day, nothing outside of yourself matters. Your only job is to let go of all the layers that are clouding your mind so that you can see that you are one with God. That is it. There is literally nothing else you need to do.

Right away your mind will say, “But then I will DIE! If I don’t worry about my body the,n my body will die. And if I don’t take care of my family, then they will die, and if I don’t make money, then I will definitely die!” And the key to remember is that YOU ARE NOT YOUR BODY. In letting go of your association with your body, you will instantly find freedom, and will be able to start to access the truth of your nature.

What if you released all the ideas and beliefs around what other people have told you you should be doing? You’d probably feel much lighter and maybe even instantly at peace because you’d be in touch with true freedom to be who you are.

What if you stopped caring about money, your body, and your status in society? You could probably get to work on your inner stuff — via meditation and listening for your inner wisdom to guide you in this world. You’d have the motivation needed to let go of your worldly possessions and the need for more more more stuff, which would give you plenty of time to slow down, rest, journal, and listen to your Higher Self. You wouldn’t care what people think about you so you could do your own thing.

What if you allowed yourself to carve a path that has never been traveled before? You’d need to stop looking to other people for instruction. You would let go of plans, systems, and guides. You’d have to practice looking inward, moment by moment, to know what to do next. And that is the only thing that you need to do. Look inward, ask for God to help you remove all obstacles, and listen for your next instruction.


Let go, let go, let go.

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