Kate Spreckley – This week the incoming energies are greatly amplified and will continue to bring more than a few important shifts. So much is being cleared as what is outdated and no longer relevant is being highlighted.
We are being shaken out of what is familiar so that we may break the mold of the past. As such we are encouraged to discard that which is no longer in alignment with our soul and to remember that we are following an extraordinary course through this time, which is important for our growth, expansion and evolution. Continue reading “Breaking the Mold of the Past”
“The universe is so efficient in its workings, it conspires to help you share the lessons of your unique perspective – be it with your neighbor or the rest of the world – so then taking that opportunity becomes your prime ‘purpose’ as a conscious being in this life.” – A Mukherjee
The ‘higher purpose’ scam has infiltrated the New Age/personal growth movement as a marketing tool, a hook to keep you trapped as a lucrative, inadequate customer. Isn’t it time we saw through the scam?
What is the higher purpose scam?
Do you feel that, just because you haven’t published a best-seller, traveled the world, constructed a healing centre, or healed millions with your words and touch, that you are not living up to the exacting standards of your higher purpose? Welcome to the ‘higher purpose’ scam – an invention that is meant to make you feel inadequate just being your regular, everyday self.
The ‘higher purpose’ concept states that we are all divinity (which we are) and hence we are limitless in our potential to create. The lie is that, if you are not living an extraordinary, larger than life, existence, then you haven’t found your “higher purpose” and are pretty much wasting your life. You are doing something wrong if you are not already successful and famous, while doing what you were “meant” to do. Hence, you buy these books, attend these “workshops”, do all the affirming and wanting, while someone else lines their purse with your higher purpose.
How does it affect us?
It affects us by making us feel grossly inadequate for being who we are. Not everyone has grand life plans. Not everyone can be “rich and famous”.
Why is it called “higher” purpose? Does it mean that your day-to-day existence is then some sort of menial, lower purpose? If we are the living expression of god then isn’t whatever we choose majestic in its own way? Continue reading “The Higher Purpose Scam”