Have you ever wondered, What is “life purpose”? Is it some woo-woo thing that only people who meditate and chant in a cave “get”? Is it some religious term for holy saints and enlightened? What exactly is it?
Well, there are multiple interpretations of what life purpose is. For the deeply spiritual, they may call it a spiritual calling; for the religious, they may see it as a higher instruction from God.
Beyond religious connotations, a life purpose is simply your life’s message. It is the message you wish to drive in the world during your existence on Earth (and beyond). Having a life purpose applies to all of us, whether we are religious, non-religious, or atheistic.
Other terms for life purpose can be “life direction,” “purpose statement,” and “life mission statement,” all of which mean the same thing.
It doesn’t matter whether you’re 15, 20, 30, 40, 50, 60, or older. It doesn’t matter who you are, where you’re from, or what you do. As long as you wish to live a more meaningful and conscious life, a life purpose is for you.