September 05, 2014

My Mission Statement

As I allow my most recent draft to percolate I thought I'd read through and revise some drafts that have been sitting for a while. This is one of those. :)

For a while I felt a little off purpose and without identity. It was quite ironic considering that I called myself an Identity Specialist. An Identity Specialist helps others get in touch with their true identity and purpose and I was feeling completely disconnected from mine.

I had just read an email that asked some questions to get people thinking about their mission. I have been wondering about mine so the timing was pretty perfect. A mission is a type of purpose. There are a few types of purpose in this world. So I'll refer to mission statement.

This isn't to be confused with a mission like a task. It's not, "Here's your mission if you choose to accept it." A mission statement is at the core of everything we do whether we are aware of it or not. We chose into it before we came to earth.

A mission statement is actually something that can be true of you no matter what you choose to be or do with your life. It is a common thread throughout. It never changes. Years ago I did a process that came to one and I rebelled against it in so many ways. I hear rebelling against it is quite common.

The guy who I learned this from claimed to be a "sword of truth". I came to the conclusion, "I am a warrior of light." Rebelling at the idea of warrior I called myself instead a "bearer of light." I chuckled recently when I heard my aunt say hers was "warrior of light". She, like me, has many gifts in the energy side of life.

One of the questions often asked when looking for purpose is What could you talk about for hours and not get bored? This is always easy for me to answer. This is a great way to discover one aspect of purpose but it isn't our mission statement.

Our mission statement doesn't care what we do or how we do it as long as we are being true to it. If I stop shining light, and fighting for it (yes I have to accept that I am a warrior) then I feel miserable and off purpose. I choose to focus much of my activity around healing. It allows me to assist others in shining light and I definitely experience the battle aspects with this, although I choose to be a peaceful warrior.

My aunt has chosen a more specific focus of battling evil. We aren't doing the same things but we are both being warriors of light. Much light soldiers in an army will have different tasks they are in charge of.

I am a warrior of light, with an emphasis on healing and educating. I love to write on different subjects because I know that it is igniting the light within you.

Do you know what your mission statement is? There are many ways of finding this information. I can't even remember the exact process to find mine. I can tell you this. We have the answers within. We have direct access to all knowledge concerning us. I believe it is as simple as asking and receiving.

Ask: What is my mission statement? If you are used to asking yourself questions like these and getting answers you may hear instantly what it is. Even without being used to it you may hear the answer. If not the answer will come. You may be walking down the street and notice something that triggers a thought and it will come to your awareness that you've been answered. You may hear someone say something. You may find it helpful to write in a journal about it. Whatever your process just know it is perfect for you.

What if you don't receive an answer? Two thoughts come to mind here.

One, you may not be ready to know. Your spirit will only grant access to that information if it is in your highest good to know.

Two, you may be blocking the answer. This could be as simple as trying too hard, holding to tight to the outcome, or fear of receiving.

There is nothing to be afraid of. Once you recognize the answer you can see throughout your life how it will apply. Maybe not at first, like me with the warrior, but eventually you can see. I get my most defensive when I am fighting for what I believe is truth and I have always done so.


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2 comments:

  1. The first thing that comes to mind is "peacemaker", but I have also been a "seeker of truth" my whole life. So I need to blend those.

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    1. It is possible that a blend of the two is where you will find the answer. It is also possible that it is in neither. I personally have always sought light and truth. It is needed in order to be a Warrior of Light.

      Being a peacemaker could be an aspect of your mission statement or it could be it. The answer is inside of you.

      My suggestion is to ponder on it. Ask to be lead to it and it will come. If you happen to come across a great resource I'd love it if you shared back here with me. I found this information so long ago that I can't remember where.

      Thanks and have a fabulous day!

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