Quiet Alone Story illustrates the Stage Two - Awareness of the Creative Conscience experience. Before you go further, feel free to check out the Stage One - Awakening, the Sleepwalkers Story and the Crystal Focus Workshop (coming soon).
Focus on Discovering and not on Inventing Your Life Purpose
Your Life Purpose Was Always There Since Your Birth
Learn How To Find It Back
The second stage of Creative Conscience - Awareness - is aimed at discovering your purpose. This is very important as all further steps will be based on it. ! As shown in the Sleepwalkers Story (please read it first, if you haven't done so yet), your purpose is probably obscured by externally imposed identities, goals and "musts". You might well have good sight, but without a clear vision of your purpose, society has a firm grip on your focus and makes you sleepwalk.
A Simple Exercise Can Help
This exercise should be done alone in a quiet, secure and pleasant environment to minimize all external interference.
It is a simple, but not necessarily easy exercise. The time it takes can differ significantly from one person to another, depending on how strongly your inner-self is obfuscated. Most people find an answer within 30 minutes. But in some cases, it has to be repeated several times and can take weeks.
It consists of consistently asking yourself the question “What do I like and want I would be inspired to do if I had no limitations or constraints?” and writing down all answers that come to your mind. The answers you may have could be very different, general or specific.
E.g. “travelling to Alaska”, “painting children”, “studying history”, “repairing old cars”, “performing in a theatre play”, "sing in choir". Continue to write as long as answers come to you, do not stop.
Then you must ask yourself the second question “What is this one reason that makes all these different activities so attractive to me?”. To answer this, look carefully at what you have written before and try to understand what all your points have in common. Now the answer should be very general and will point in the direction of your inner purpose.
It could be “Bringing beauty into peoples’ life through creation” and “Constant learning and perpetual self-improvement”. For me it was "Showing others a bigger picture".
Everything You Do With Pleasure And Enthusiasm
Serves Your Inner Purpose
This exercise is straightforward because this inner-truth has always been there. If you have never defined it, you always felt it. It is not a surprise! When you will finally put words to it, you will instantly know that this is the right one!
They Have Seen Their Life Purpose
So Can You
Now You Know How To Find Back Your Life Purpose
Now it becomes clear that multiple and very different identities can be developed to serve your Life Purpose. You are more then your identities. You can choose which ones you want to keep and which ones you want to replace.