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Finding Your Passion


How To Impregnate Your Life With Purpose And Meaning

Finding Your Passion

So you want to live a life of purpose and meaning, but you don’t know exactly where to start.

Or maybe you do know what you love, but you’re struggling to find a way for it to feel meaningful and significant.

Either way, this video should help you.

I don’t think there is a more inspiring figure on the internet right now than Jason Silva. This guy is a brilliant mind who is using his “flow states” and his unique, progressive perspectives on life to inspire humanity with his ability to articulate ideas in the form of visual media.

In this video, he showcases the idea of how curiosity leads to passion, and then what we can do to turn this passion into a purpose.

Check it out:



You can find more of Jason Silva’s work here: Shots of Awe

He has new videos like this that come out every Tuesday.  He is also a very inspiring figure to follow on social media and puts out content daily.  You can find him on Facebook here.

If this all seems like a lot to take in and you are still feeling a bit overwhelmed, not to worry.

Baby steps are your best friend.  Following your bliss can be easy if you allow it to be. Sometimes it just means acting on the little things— paying attention to your intuition and following your excitement.  It can be as simple as going for a walk or a hike, or taking a different route home from work because it feels right; whatever is most exciting to you in that moment.  Start doing more of the things that feel good and that you feel called to do.

Remember to take some time to truly listen and feel what’s in your heart center, then move in the direction of what feels right in the moment.

Instead of looking so hard, you might just allow your passion to find you.

Bryan

Love to see people smile.  Passionate about stories and traveling.  My happy place is on a bike.


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