Sherrie Wirth | Finding Your Life Purpose With Psychic, Mentor & Coach Sherrie Wirth
Finding Your Life Purpose With Psychic, Mentor & Coach Sherrie Wirth
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LIFE PURPOSE

One of the questions I receive most often, “What is my life purpose?”  As a soul in a human body, we have many purposes. We come to earth to experience, learn lessons and evolve. We came to thrive and experience happiness in conjunct to our purpose.  In order to find the path to your purpose, you must first ask yourself: “What am I most passionate about?” It is through your passions in life, that you can live out your purpose and do your greatest work! By starting at this point, you will have a trail of questions that can lead you to your purpose. Your passion is what drives your purpose. Say for instance, you love dogs! Caring for, loving dogs and having a companion is something that you feel in the deepest part of your soul. You are driven by the desire to make life better for dogs. You can potentially be driven to your purpose in a way that can grow bigger and spread wider to not only dogs, but to other animals as well. I like to think on a grand scale, but remember, you have to start somewhere. You might find that volunteering at your local animal shelter may be a great place to start. Through this starting point, you are feeling very rewarded by the difference you are making by giving those dogs your love and attention. Then, by meeting others at the shelter and connecting with people, you can begin to learn about becoming an owner of your own pet rescue or animal service shelter. These are just a few examples. The possibilities are endless, just follow your heart and passion.

One of the my favorite statements people make is in regards to a person saying that what they do (in the world) doesn’t really feel like work. That’s the feeling you get when you’re living your purpose. Perhaps, finding your purpose will give you many questions in order to be more specific as to what your passion is. Maybe you enjoy building. You can then zero in on what specifically you like to build and then begin to perfect and patent building the best shed ever.  Maybe it will be a critter-free shed, or a she-shed or a mini cottage that will grow into an enchanting back yard design. The possibilities are limitless!!

If you don’t know what your purpose is and have not yet zeroed in on your passion, let’s talk about it. I’m here to offer assistance. One of my greatest joys is assisting in the clarity, focus and direction of your life which goes hand in hand with your passion.

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