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Every Soul Has a Life Plan
It may make sense to hear that every single soul, including yours has a life purpose. Because souls are so pragmatic, they create a plan for the upcoming life to help guide them in achieving their goals.
Think of your soul’s life plan as a map, highlighted with all sorts of little towns and scenic attractions it wants to visit along the journey. This guide helps your soul stay on track to fulfill its plan while also allowing room for adjustments as needed.
Where things can get challenging for a lot of old souls is hearing that there may not be a single, holy grail of life purpose to achieve. In fact, it’s a little disempowering to assume that there’s just one thing that you should be doing to fulfill your purpose.
Your Day Job May Not Be Your Life Purpose
Some people fulfill their purpose and earn a living while doing so. For many others, their day job is a means to an end. The income they earn from the work they do helps fund other activities that are part of their soul’s life purpose.
There are lots of things you could do in this life that can be considered part of your life purpose. This could include having children, taking care of a dying parent, travelling, painting, being a healer, being a teacher, or many, many other activities.
Your life plan tells you about lessons and experiences that your soul wants to use for growth during this lifetime. It’s all about making the very most of this incarnation. Because while you may have other lives ahead of you, this is the only one where you’ll be you.
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