Purpose of Life: Joy and Ever New Bliss

What is the purpose of life? A lot of people have time for the first time to be introspective. Broken out of the hypnotic trance of their routines they get to ask themselves, “What is the purpose of life?” “How should I spend my time?” “Who should I spend my time with?” “What do I actually prefer?” “What brings me joy?”

Life is meant to be joyful. Life is meant to be blissful. Our excitement and joy are sign posts along the spiritual path. They tell us what we need to experience next for the evolution of our souls. Follow the breadcrumbs of your joy and you will find the purpose of life.

I found the purpose of my life in 2012 when I had my kundalini rising experience and realized ever new bliss is the ultimate reality, and decided to dedicate my life to its realization in every moment of my life. So I do the things that bring me joy and bring me closer to god. I pray, meditate, walk in nature, spend time in spiritual community, and praise god.

I’ve gotten clear on who I am and what I prefer. I’ve gotten clear on who I prefer spending my time with, and feel connected to. Use this time to get clear on who you are, what you prefer, who you love, and how you like to spend your time.

Are you spending your time wisely? Are the things you are spending your time doing bringing you joy? Are you living your life’s purpose?

Choose wisely and you can experience ever new bliss and joy, which is the destination of all desires.

#love #community #bliss #ascension

Published by Zachary Adama

Zachary Adama is a mystic, spiritual guide, healer and teacher of the Yoga of Ascension. Zachary is dedicated to helping others realize their true nature, birthright, and most essential reality. Bliss is your true nature. Peace is your birthright. Love is your most essential reality. We live in evolutionary and revolutionary times. We stand at the dawn of a new age, upon the threshold of a new earth. Both are being born through our own awakening hearts. Zachary shares a perspective that is both grounded and mystical, as well as ancient and ever new.

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