As an Inspired Action life coach, my job is to support my clients in living a life of happiness, joy, peace, and most importantly, bliss. The dictionary defines bliss as supreme happiness. Most people don't have an experience with bliss. Most people don't know what bliss even is.

It is that state of loving life so deeply, so turned on, so much amazement about life, that you can hardly stand it. You are nearly brought to tears of joy in the moment, as you recognize how amazing your experience of life is.

Bliss is what happens when you follow the inspired action life coaching process.

There are three phases that I recommend you go through to get to this place of extreme bliss:

Phase One: The Breakthrough Phase. In this phase your job is to explore what you concluded about your life that is not true, early on, that is now holding you hostage. This is why you experience your life in ways that cause frustration, anger, suffering, pain, etc. In other words, what did you fundamentally misperceive about yourself, others, and situations that now make life feel like it is not enough, and you are not there yet?

By discovering this and seeing it for what it really is, a mistake, a misperception, you are able to let it go and create a new context for your life. That new context is really what Phase Two is all about.

Phase Two: The Life Creation Phase. In the Life Creation phase, you must begin to examine how your life is designed out of guilt and obligation. You start to see that your life is really nothing more than trying to prove to everyone that you are good enough, that you fit in, that you are smart and intelligent, that you are not ugly, that you are a part of the group. As you begin to see these pursuits for what they really are, -- nothing more than trying to prove a childhood misperception that doesn't exist -- and you let them go, in favor of doing the things that make you feel good and feel happy now, you start to have a realization as to what your life is actually about. You begin to recognize what your purpose is, where you are going, and why you are going there.

You begin to enter into inspired action. You find yourself in action doing the things that you love doing, no longer doing the things that come from guilt and obligation, and trying to prove to the world that you are something or somebody, which leads you to Phase Three in the inspired action coaching process.

Phase Three: The Discipline and Structure Phase. You now set your life up so that it can begin to relate to you as this new person. Inspiration leads to new disciplines, structures, systems, procedures, processes, new promises, and new accountabilities. All of these things must be put into place so that your life recognizes the new you, and asks that the new you show up rather than the old you.

This is why, when you go to a seminar or read a book and learn something new, that new thing that you have learned typically do not stand much of a chance of actually existing in your life. Your life actually responds to you from the old paradigm of who you were before you read that book, or who you were before you went to that seminar. Change needs to happen all around you to support the new you.

The third phase of the inspired action coaching process is absolutely one of the most important phases because it cements your purpose into your life so that you can do nothing else than be your purpose in your life. What a blessing to have a life that calls you every morning to be the person that you want to be. That right there leads to incredible bliss. You literally are moved to tears on a daily basis, blown away that your life is so perfectly fit for what it is that you want to do, what you want to experience, and who you want to be.

Author's Bio: 

Matthew Ferry a Life Coach,The Life Coaching Company Matthew Ferry International offers life coaching, law of attraction and dozens of training products and seminars relating to the law of attraction to help you find your passion and love your life.