"What Is ‘Purpose’"?
Written by Nicole LIS Lynn:
Upon what frame of mind, through our individual perspectives, do we base the substantial notation of the word “purpose”? We begin to evaporate the layers upon which we’ve subconsciously built within the shattered walls of the self. Understanding that the knowledge of knowing nothing is the first step toward the journey inward, gives us the connotation of the beginning stages of enlightenment through spiritual awakening; recognizing that “the self” is just a travel station beside the spirit of the self.
Allowing ourselves, as a spiritual being integrated into a physical body form we call “human”, to comprehend these “words” that over come our state of mind, sense of being and emotional awareness. We become elaborate on the thought process of what the sole meaning “purpose” is. What brings us to the conscious thought of “purpose”; floating eyes through the thought of why; unknowingly searching for the connection to the universal divine flow that is within us all? We stop at this targeted point of improvement in the self where we understand that we have no control over anything. But is that Truth?
To be aware that change is the only constant but chaos is collided into each movement of change is a glance at the superficial awareness. We have a center of gravity within us all; points of energy that flow to a certain standard of being for our awareness to comprehend how to “be” in a human body efficiently. As a spiritual being, we understand that inward is the journey to the self but also a prolonged destination to the divine cause and effect of our very being. As a human being, we understand that the journey to knowing our deepest desires form the balance to the undertaking portion of the evolution of humanity.
Many people can identify their perspectives through their own perception of the meaning behind “purpose”. We can only see within our inner knowledge of ourselves, as an individual. We can take the understanding form of the collective awareness and integrate them to come to a theory upon which we base our idea of the word “purpose”. Through thought patterns granulated into its least complex version, we can take the three-fold of each vision [spirituality, psychologically, philosophically], wrap the meaning around the thought, and send it into the universe. This is simply the intent to manifest the thought within itself. Are we subconsciously trying to implicate that we sense that the knowledge is truly within us all – considering that we are all just the universe experiencing itself through our individual perceptions?
Understanding that “purpose” may just travel down to a fundamental state of existence, we can open our eyes to the actuality that “purpose” is and isn’t a truth. “Beware of the half truth’s”, I was once told. Without recognition that purpose comes from two separate starting points of the same circle, we will only receive half of the truth. Widening our peripheral aspect of the collective in general – taking the three-fold route – allows us to see with more than a single perspective; accepting the thought process that the word purpose is just the idea that the state of being we are in at this exact moment, is where we are meant to be because of the process of the rhythmic flow of divinity throughout the universe.
Namaste ~ OM *
Nicole LIS Lynn *