Your purpose should be driven by your desires and not by others’ desires for you. ~ Kemir Baker
The fourth principle for emotional healing is to discover things that you like doing which may result in your purpose. We shot the video, Understanding Pushing Others Away several times. The final take, I inadvertently left out one important piece of information to David’s journey. While he was in the cave, God brought people to him. These people ended up being his army. At the right time, God told him to leave, so he could complete his work. God brought people to David who could help him complete his purpose. Instead of pushing others away, being in your purpose brings the right people to you.
Challenge: If you choose to accept, your challenge is to discover what you like doing. Finding your likes is the first step to discover your purpose. To get started answer these two questions: 1) What do you love to do? and 2) What comes easily to you?
Inspiration blossoms when you surround yourself with passion driven individuals. Build a community that helps you climb mountains! ~ Kemir Baker
Once you identify what you love doing, find others who like to do the same. These individuals will inspire you to be in your purpose.
Challenge: If you choose to accept, your challenge is to find others doing what you enjoy. You can begin by searching for Facebook Groups, join a meet-up group, or volunteer. The list is endless.
There is power in vision. Set a course of action where your purpose leads you to new adventures. ~ Kemir Baker
A purpose will land flat if there is no action behind it.
Challenge: If you choose to accept, your challenge is to come up with an action plan, where you accomplish something new every 1 – 3 months.
Tackling pushing others away: Find a purpose and God will draw the right people to you to help you complete it. ~ Kemir Baker
Our fourth principle inspires us to find adventure versus pushing others away. By working the four principles, transformation prayer, finding the truth, being your best cheerleader, and discovering your purpose provide healing to a wounded soul. Within these principles, we spend time embracing our identities versus the hurt. The outcome of this action leads us to a place of joy and fulfillment.