How to find your life purpose


Have you come to a place where you are asking what is your life purpose? When I was Christian that was a really easy question to answer but not always simple to apply, in my life, on a daily basis.

The easy premade answer to what is the purpose of my life was to serve the will of God. There! That’s it! Serve God. BUT!

What does that mean for me specifically is where it got difficult. How could I know the will of God? Would “He” come down and tell me or send a messenger?

In either case, how would I know if the message I was getting was really “his” will? Life purpose

As a Christian, this was difficult because I constantly had to check with something or someone to determine the will of God. To use my own discernment usually started a conflict within because I couldn’t trust my own mind.

This was not an issue within ancient Kemetic society. How can I know this? Simply by understanding their myths and the symbolism they left behind in the pyramids and temples. They tell us the ancient Africans worldview and cosmology.

In Christianity, you were taught the idea that your life purpose was to serve God because “He” is a jealous God. God was like a human and not with very good human qualities and characteristics.

You were also taught that you and God were different. This is borne out in the Christian myth of Adam and Eve. God Created Adam and Eve outside of “Him.”

In Ancient Kemet everything that is created was from one source and of the same substance as that source. No matter how many different things look they are still that same source in a different form.

within the Kemetic framework, you and God are of the same substance just a different magnitude. You are a drop in the ocean that is God and an ocean is a multitude of drops. This is a good analogy of how the Kemetians thought about our connection to God.

Because of that mindset, ancient Kemetians never battled with the idea of worshiping and serving God. Why? Because you are God in human form. Everything is a form of God, be it a rock, a tree, or me.

Life Purpose

This subtle change in perspective can alleviate the daily Christian struggle of serving God. In ancient Kemet daily life was about recognizing your own divinity within you every day. Follow your joy

How was that done? In ancient Kemet, everything was about being in harmony. This is the key to unlocking the ancient Kemetic spiritual system.

In ancient Kemet, you lived every day connecting to the source of all. You did that by being in harmony or resonance with that source. The Bible has many scriptures that will say how this is done metaphorically. I used to be so angry with Christianity until I studied the source of the bible scriptures and the original intent.

Here is an example of a bible metaphor for being in harmony with the source of all things.

Matthew 18:3 And he said: “Truly I tell you, unless you change and become like little children, you will never enter the kingdom of heaven.”

Become like a child? Think of how happy children are for no reason except to be happy. They run, jump and play all day carefree. If you think of heaven as a literal place and have no knowledge of what the original intent was you really miss this idea.

Children are happy all day! What does this have to do with your life purpose?

Follow the breadcrumbs

In order to realize your life purpose, you use your joy as “breadcrumbs” to guide you to your purpose. See, it’s really not about hitting one specific goal. Why? because life is a journey and not a destination.

Following your joy every day will enable you to live in the moment and allow life to unfold.

As Christians, we were taught that life is supposed to be hard. Many of the Kemetic teaching filtered through to Christianity from Greek Gnostics that twisted the beautiful original teachings into toxic teachings of Christianity.

I don’t say that to attack Christianity. I say it from a perspective of now being out and looking back at what those teachings did to me.

In the ancient Kemetic framework living your joy was a basic part of their life! You can have this idea confirmed by many scriptures in the bible once you take the literal historical lens off.

Your life purpose is to live joyful every moment of every day. Because we live in a world of duality and contrast living our joy doesn’t always happen. But, you can choose joy! You can choose the lens you want to look at the world through!

The “Word” made flesh

The ancients called God the Neter of Neters. A Neter is a universal law of nature. Everything in nature vibrates, it’s universal law. If you choose to live your life through your joy you resonate closer to the vibration of the source of all. In the bible John 1:14 says “And the Word was made flesh…”

The “Word” was the ancient Kemetic metaphor for vibration. It means that you are the same “stuff” as the creator. You recognize that every day by choosing to live your highest joy in every moment. In that moment you are recognizing the divine source within you. Not trying to figure out how to serve God.

At the basis of Christianity is the Framework of Kemetic Science. But when you know the science behind the bible and the religion you are no longer bound by the dogma.

You are here on earth as a symbol of the creator in human form. You are vibration. You are the “Word” made flesh. As a Christian, I was taught that the “Word” was ONLY about Jesus. I found out, that’s just not true. That Idea is universal and not exclusive as the dogma taught me.

When in Joy you are resonating with the source of your essence. It’s science!

You don’t have to serve God in some arbitrary way that doesn’t even fit your soul. Follow your joy, and you are living your purpose. Some days that may be difficult. But, that’s simply the world of duality in which we exist. We have contrast.

You have the power to choose for yourself which side of the duality spectrum you wish to recognize within you. Follow your joy and your life purpose will unfold. It’s that simple. Really.

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