How to Choose Emotions that Align with your Divine Purpose! (Part 1 Passion)


Feelings are much like waves, we can’t stop them from coming but we can choose which ones to surf!” – Unknown

Choose passion

“Don’t ask yourself what the world needs, ask yourself what makes you come alive. And then go and do that. Because what the world needs is people who are alive.” – Howard Thurman

Passion is a high-frequency emotion that resonates powerfully with Divine Purpose. Everyone has passions that are unique to them.

Because some people are born with such incredible talent, they are aware of their passions from a very young age; Michelangelo, for instance, knew as a very young boy that he had a passion for sculpting. There are some people who know they were meant to sing and their passion drives them to be on stage sharing their talent with others, but what about people who don’t have a talent that allows them to get up on stage and perform?

Your passion is not your Divine Purpose but it definitely provides clues. Passion is about the process and Divine Purpose is about the journey.

There is a great price to be paid for not living your passion!

Whenever you are faced with a choice, a decision or an opportunity, choose in favor of your passion.” – Janet and Chris Atwood

“Our Divine Purpose is the intersection of our passion and the world’s greatest need. One way to determine your passion, though, is discovering what you believe to be the world’s greatest need. The passion flows from that.”

Many people have a hard time identifying their passions. I think these are a few of the reasons why:

  • Our insecurities define us more than our hidden, suppressed dreams.
  • We are afraid to boast.
  • We see the vastness of the world and feel insignificant or overwhelmed to make a difference.
  • We feel it’s selfish to become introspective.
  • We’re extremely busy maintaining an overbooked life and don’t have time to reconsider why we’re working ourselves to death.
  • We think it’s wrong to do what we love.
  • We feel the sting of rejection the last time we tried operating in our passion, and we’ve let that rejection scare us.
  • We are afraid if we identify it, we’ll have to do something, to act on it (and that means risking failure).

When you are living in the high-frequency of your passions you will align with who you were created to be.

Choose to do something everyday that you are passionate about! The price of not doing it is way too high!

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How to attract TRUE Success!

The Universe God has created is a system of perfect order and balance. It works by Universal Laws that are always in force. The building block of the Universe is energy. Einstein said that “Everything is energy that’s all there is to it. Match the frequency of the reality you want and you cannot help but get that reality. It can be no other way. This is not philosophy, this is physics.”

This means that:

Our thoughts are energy!

Our emotions are energy!

So according to Universal Laws, we can leverage the power of universal energy and connect to divine favor and blessings. Through an understanding of this universal principle we have access to the “goodness of God!”

So if  you send out a high-frequency signal of faith, expectancy and gratitude you can attract miracles!

Faith is at the top of the chart of high-frequency emotions. Faith has such a high-frequency that it actually resonates with the spiritual realm, attracting spiritual blessings into our lives. This is how we attract True Success into our lives.


How to change Subconscious Beliefs!

There are deeper levels to the Law of Attraction. What you attract into your life is not based on what you consciously think about. What you attract into your life is based on what you unconsciously believe.”  Dr. Joe Vitale

All of us would like to make changes in our lives, such as feeling happier, having more meaning and joy on a daily basis, having more financial abundance, losing weight, having better relationships, starting a new career, or taking up a new hobby. But actually making those changes can often be the hard part. Why is that?

The difficulty lies in the fact that our minds are made up of two parts. One part is responsible for rational, conscious thought and processes ideas sequentially, using language. The other part is emotional and processes ideas simultaneously, using pictures.

The emotional, subconscious mind is far more powerful than the rational, conscious mind. It is capable of processing more information, controls approximately 95 percent of the thoughts you think and the actions you take each day, and is motivated by the pull of pleasurable rewards and the push of negative emotions.

“If you think of the emotional mind as an elephant and the rational mind as the rider, you can understand the challenge of change. The rider can control the elephant, as long as the elephant doesn’t have any strong desires about the direction it wants to go. If the elephant doesn’t want to go, the rider has very little chance of forcing it.” (Canfield & Bruner, Tapping into Ultimate Succcess, 3-4)

Unfortunately, the success myths we discussed in principle one always seem to rely on will power as the way to changes our lives. Studies have shown that when you attempt to use willpower to create change, success is very limited. Will power has proven to be an exhaustible resource. Trying to change our lives through willpower alone is like trying to tame the elephant to obey the will of the rider.

If our emotional, subconscious elephant is experiencing fear, anger, sadness, anxiety, the rider’s will is pretty insignificant. We are often quick to blame our inability to make changes with willpower on a moral failing or weakness. But in reality it’s just the way our brains are wired.

The elephant’s limiting beliefs keep it paralyzed, believing not only success is impossible, but any attempts to try could cause intense pain. Apparently Roger Bannister had an exceptional elephant.

Simply understanding your fears and limiting beliefs, does not give you the ability to overcome them. Consider a person with a fear of flying: He may know consciously that flying is safer than driving in a car. Nevertheless, this doesn’t prevent his elephant (subconscious mind) from experiencing certain symptoms every time he boards an aircraft.

Our minds constantly experience subconscious thoughts that we are not aware of, yet they have a huge effect on our emotions and consequently the vibrational signal we send out.

I will be introducing techniques that will help you change your unconscious beliefs.

Technique #1: Meditation 

“Meditation is an essential travel partner on your journey of personal transformation. Meditation connects you with your soul, and this connection gives you access to your intuition, your heartfelt desires, your integrity, and the inspiration to create a life you love.”  ― Sarah McLean

Mediation is valuable because it helps slow down the activity of the brain caused by stress, anxiety and urgency. These emotions create a vibrational signal that is dissonant from spiritual connection.

In order to continually stay in a vibrational frequency that attracts what is desired, it is necessary to maintain the lowest energy activity from within the brain as possible.

This is accomplished through meditation, which slows brain activity, and brings a sense of peace, calm, well-being, and inner-knowing.

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How to use Autosuggestion (or Affirmations)

Affirmations are a very effective way to reprogram our subconscious beliefs. Napoleon Hill wrote about this as a way to connect to the powers of the universe. This article is specifically about manifesting money, but you can use the formula to manifest anything that is part of your Divine Purpose.

First: Go to a quite spot where you will not be disturbed or interrupted. Close your eyes and repeat aloud (so you may hear your own words) the written statement of the amount of money you intend to accumulate, the time limit for its accumulation, and a description of the service or merchandise you decide to give in return for the money. As you carry out these instructions see yourself already in possession of the money.

For example: suppose you intend to accumulate $500,000 by the first of January, five years hence, that you intend to give personal service in return for the money, in the capacity of salesman. Your written statement of your purpose should be similar to the following:

“By the first of January 2017, I will have possession of $500,000, which will come to me in various amounts during the interim.

In return for this money I will give the most efficient service of which I am capable, rendering the fullest possible quantity, and the best possible quality of service in the capacity of  salesman of (describe the service or merchandise you intend to sell).

“I believe that I will have this money in my possession. My faith is so strong that I can now see this money before my eyes. I can touch it with my hands. It is now awaiting transfer to me at the time, and in the proportion that I deliver the service I intend to render in return for it. I am awaiting a plan by which to accumulate this money, and I will follow the plan when it is received.”

Second: Repeat this program night and morning until you can see, (in your imagination) the money you intend to accumulate.

Remember, as you carry out these instructions, that you are applying the principles of auto-suggestion, for the purpose of giving orders to your subconscious mind. Remember, also, that your subconscious mind will act only upon instructions that are emotionalized, and handed over to it with “feeling.”  Faith is the strongest and most productive of the emotions . . .

These instructions, at first, seem abstract. Do not let this disturb you.  Follow the instructions no matter how abstract or impractical or abstract they may, at first, appear to be. The time will soon come if you do as you have been instructed, in spirit as well as in act, when a whole new universe of power will unfold to you. (Hill, Think and Grow Rich, p.62)


How to Recognize the Path of Divine Purpose – Divine Signatures

The path of Divine purpose is marked with Divine Signatures. Divine Signatures are miracles and blessings that are evidences of divine help. They are spiritual proofs that the divine approves and supports you on your path.

We’re not supposed to have little dreams or little plans. We are supposed to have big dreams. You are supposed to go out into the deep things the “goodness of God” has for you. But understand, when you’re out there in the deep waters, you can’t touch the ground. You can’t see the shoreline, and at times, it can get a little rocky.

Your Divine Purpose is calling you into deep waters. The “goodness of God” is with you, because there are deep things on the inside of you. When you are in those deep waters, you are not alone. God’s goodness is always there, causing those deep things inside of you to come forth.

If you feel like you are out in the deep today, if you feel like you are overwhelmed, remember, you are in the right place, the “goodness of God” is with you. You will see Divine signatures in the deep, and you will fulfill the Divine Purpose that is in store for you.

Best-selling author Wayne Dyer said: “If I feel called to something higher and then do nothing about it, I’ll generally find myself experiencing discontentment and disappointment. But when I act upon that calling by being in vibrational harmony with it, and by being willing to share it with a many people as possible, I feel inspired.” (“Inspiration Your Ultimate Calling,” Dyer p.10)

As you become more deeply aware of Divine signatures, you will gain an inner knowing of your “divine purpose.” Deep inside you there is a “knowing” of what your life is to become. Listen to that voice, the one that want you to know your “divine purpose.”

What Is True Success?

Someone on Twitter recently posed the question: “Can you recommend any good books about achieving success?”

Success is usually thought of as achieving some desired outcome or goal which allows the person to have something in their life which they value, such as more money, or position, a dream relationship, or the body shape that makes them feel attractive, or something else.

So immediately we focus all our efforts on what we must “do” in order to “have” what we want. Yet a few weeks down the line, after exhausting our “willpower,” we often find ourselves back at square one, despondently claiming “nothing works.”

Why doesn’t the “do” always lead to the desired “have?” – Because the “do,” on its own, will not do much, unless … it’s preceded by a very important third part of the equation: the “be”, which has to do with resonance.

So to the person who posed the question on Twitter, I would recommend Think and Grow Richby Napoleon Hill”. And the reason why I recommend this book is because it deals with this first very important “thinking” part, which precedes the “doing”.

Robert Kiyosaki said “There is a good reason why it’s titled ‘THINK and Grow Rich’ and not Work Hard and Grow Rich or Get a Job and Grow Rich…”

“…It’s not what you have to ‘do’ that needs to change”, expounds Kiyosaki, “It’s first how you “think” that needs to change. In other words, it’s who you have to ‘be’ in order to ‘do’ what needs to be done. … it’s not the diet that counts; it’s who you have to be to follow the diet that counts … A diet will not help if your thoughts do not change.

I would add that “true success” is aligning with your Divine Purpose. Divine Purpose is not something you accomplish, it is something you connect to. It is something that resonates with you as your thoughts and emotions align with the “goodness of God.”

It has less to do with what you have to “DO” and it has more to do with who you were intended to “BE.”

Our actions are far less important than our thoughts, because it is through our thoughts that we will be inspired to take the right actions.
Randy Brown, author of the upcoming book, “7 Principles of Divine Purpose.”

Success Myths

Today we have many myths that cripple our thinking and distort our connection with divine purpose. Because of these myths, the chances are high that many of your beliefs about success and meaning are either wrong or very limited. Any idea or philosophy that doesn’t take into account the universal laws that govern true success is a myth.

An example of a success myth is found a very popular book I was given years ago titled “The Common Denominator of Success.” The books premise is that the secret of success lies in the fact that successful people form the habit of doing things failures don’t like to do. (Albert E.N. Gray, Common Denominator of Success). The interesting thing about myths is that they are often half-truths. They contain elements of truth, while leaving out universal principles.

The quote seems to be making the assumption that if you force yourself to do things that unsuccessful people aren’t willing to do, you will find your life of success and meaning. The unfortunate truth is, you can spend the rest of your life disciplining yourself to do what “so-called” failures won’t do, and experience nothing but misery. Misery is not success!

I’m not saying that self-discipline and will power can’t be helpful once you’re on the path of divine purpose, but if you’re using them to go down a dissonant path, the result will always be the same – dissonance. Thy myth is that self-discipline and willpower in and off themselves are sufficient, and they are not!

The universal principle missing from that quote is the principle of resonance. Without a resonant connection to your divine purpose, all the willpower and self-discipline in the world will only result in a life of dissonance.

If you’re going down a path that doesn’t resonate with your divine purpose you will always experience dissonance!

In my personal experience, I have endured years of self-imposed willpower only to miss out on the abundant life I was seeking. The fanatical effort I put into following this myth was much like running into a wall, getting back up and doing it over and over again.  I paid a price for following this myth. I had a heart attack at the age of 49 and suffered through years of stress and anxiety. I missed out on much the beauty, joy and abundance I could have experienced by applying this principle.