We’ve all come to earth with a unique mission. This is a special assignment. How can you find it?

Your mission can be found inside yourself. It has been “imprinted” in your soul long before you were born. You can find clues about your mission by looking to your natural interests. Your mission is connected to your passions, your preferences, your spontaneous interests, and your desires. Looking at what attracts you, over different periods of your life, gives you important clues about what your mission is in this life.

There are certain connections between the significant events of your life. These connections may not be noticeable at first glance, because you’re probably too busy running around and doing all kinds of things that have nothing to do with your mission.

The following exercise helps you find the common theme in your life, and to classify different components of your life. Answer the following questions for the three main periods in your life: childhood – adolescence – adulthood.

1. What did you like doing when you were a child, a teenager, an adult? What were your favourite activities?

2. Where did your natural interest flow towards during each of these life periods?

3. Towards what kind of people did you feel naturally attracted to in each of these periods?

4. Towards what kind of places did you feel naturally attracted in each of these periods?

5. Towards what kind of books did you feel naturally attracted in each of these periods?

6. What was your natural drive during these periods?

Try to find the key, the common factor in your answers. What is the unifying element during your life span? Do you see the connected dots; the leading element? There is one, that’s for sure. Try to find it: it’s important!

Completing this summary will assist you in choosing the future course of your life with more awareness. This enables you to become the creator of your own life:

1. What kind of books do you want to read in your future?

2. What kind of people do you want to meet?

3. What places do you want to visit?

4. What kind of activities do you want to do?

5. Which passion do you want to follow?

6. What still drives you, what do you absolutely want to do before your life comes to an end?

Without being aware of it, you have already been busy from time to time accomplishing your mission. Your mission makes itself known through the things that naturally attract you, that interest you, that automatically motivate you. Your mission also makes itself known through your dreams, desires and passions.

Some other questions to help you find out about your passions and your dreams:

1. If your life were a book, what would be the title?

2. What would be the title of the current chapter?

3. What would be the title of the previous chapter, and of the following one?

4. What would be the end of the book?

Write down the last paragraph of your life book.

Once again, you can see that YOU determine the course your life. Be more active and consciously choose how you want to spend your days! Life is much more exciting like this, and you’ll notice you can really co-create your life! It’s better than passively drifting along, right?

Author's Bio: 

Ineke Van Lint, psychologist, is a spiritual and educational coach and an expert in enthusiasm. Grab your free e-course and free inspirational quotes at http://www.theenthusiasm.com . Find out now what YOUR passion is and what YOUR special assignment or mission is at http://www.theenthusiasm.com/ebooks/purpose-of-my-life-ebook.php