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What Position in Life Do You Find Yourself?

Life is a journey with twists and turns, and at different points, we find ourselves in various positions that shape who we are and where we’re headed. “What position in life do you find yourself?” It is a reflective inquiry that invites introspection and self-awareness.

There are at least three positions people find themselves in:

  1. Individuals wholeheartedly pursue their passion, receive generous compensation, and experience genuine authenticity, abundance, and prosperity in all aspects of their lives.

  2. Individuals who lack clarity regarding their purpose, potentially doubting the feasibility of living it and earning A livelihood from it, suffer from unhappiness and a sense of unfulfillment. They engage in work solely to meet financial obligations, settling for the monotonous routine of daily life.

  3. Individuals who possess a clear sense of purpose and profound passion for it envision its attainment but struggle to find a pathway due to responsibilities, commitments, and limited time. When they know their true calling, they feel unfulfilled in the interim.

By age forty, most humans average 65,000 thoughts per day. Out of those daily thoughts, 95% sit in the unconscious mind, while 5% sits in conscious mind. It is astounding to fathom we are only conscious of about 5% of our thoughts, and 95% are hidden behind our incessant chatter box, where programmed beliefs and old patterns continue to run like a leaky faucet.

Thoughts, actions and behaviors not only shape how we see the world, but also how the world response to us.

When unchecked, our thoughts, actions and words can wreak havoc on our lives, and for many, it is apparent on so many levels with unhealthy relationships, unfulfilled jobs, boredom, excessive buying, electronic dependency, and poor nutrition choices. But becoming aware of our thoughts and words is how we bridge the gap between how we appear (in the world), and who we really are.

By becoming aware of our beliefs, behaviors, and programs, we start to shift our personality, which is our personal reality, and start to increase the awareness of our conscious mind.

When we become consciously aware of our thoughts and make little adjustments, we start having breakthroughs, understanding that how we see our life, both internally and externally, is dependent on how we choose to interact with it.

Our reality is based on beliefs and perceptions, which comes from past experiences. If you see the world as limiting, competitive or hostile (or lacking), that’s how the world is going to occur to you.

By removing this belief, the world could actually seem very abundant, friendly, and deeply connected. It’s a different lens, and that means abundance is already in your state of being.


Think of 3 things that separate you from your future. Are there any concepts, beliefs or any other factors that you are clinging to and don’t want to let go?

Write down your immediate thoughts. Ponder and reflect.

This is a time of shedding old (year of purification) to make way for the new (re-birthing). Letting go of relationships, teachings, or philosophies so that we can expand our awareness with different teachings, helps access wisdom for growth in this new phase, new paradigm, new Divine Order.

As we navigate through life, it is essential to reflect on our position and assess where we stand. Embrace the present, evaluate personal growth, assess relationships, pursue passions and purpose, embrace challenges, and cultivate gratitude.


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