Look around, and you will soon notice that everyone is trying, seeking, and wondering. Those with a genuine desire for happiness dig through books, attend churches, follow foreign spiritual practices, and listen to the so-called “Experts”. Clearly, everyone is looking for a simple solution, a set on instructions that they can dogmatically implement for the magic to happen. While we entangle ourselves with all these mind-blowing exercises, somewhere in Africa or any poor country, there are people going about their daily lives with nothing. They seem genuinely happy. The path to happiness is as complicated or as simple as you want it to. When you understand the Purpose of Life and Your Purpose in Life, then soon realize that happiness has always been within reach.
Go to school, get a job, buy a house, get married, and you will be happy. Many have checked all the boxes, yet they are still unhappy. Those with a genuine desire for happiness dig through books, attend churches, follow foreign spiritual practices, and listen to the so-called “Experts”. Clearly, everyone is looking for a simple solution, a set of instructions that they can dogmatically implement for the magic to happen. While we entangle ourselves with all these mind-blowing exercises, somewhere in Africa or any other poor country, there are people going about their daily lives with nothing. Not worrying about any sort of acrobatic spiritual contortions but simply enjoying everything that life has to offer. They genuinely seem happy. If the path to happiness is so simple, why do we entangle ourselves with this frantic quest of dogmatic exercises?
If you are truly seeking fulfillment in life, then start by understanding the notion of fulfillment itself. Pay attention to the fact that I am not asking anyone to recite the definition of the word “fulfillment” but understanding the notion that such a majestic word represents. Fulfillment is an achievement of a promise. With that in mind, seeking fulfillment in life starts with consciously or unconsciously acknowledging yourself as a promise that must be fulfilled.
The next step after acknowledging yourself as a promise is to find out what promise you represent. In my very first episode entitled “How to reach your natural flow of happiness”, I mentioned that everyone has a unique gift. You can travel the entire world, investigate every square inch of this earth, you will never find two individuals that are identical. That alone is a sure sign that each one of us represents a unique promise, therefore the path to achieving fulfillment must be different from one another.
However, there is an overall arching purpose of life for everyone simply because we are all spiritual beings. This overall purpose of life for all lives on earth is to reach consciousness. In my previous episode, I explained that there are two (2) types of lives: one conscious and another unconscious. Every aspect of life inside matter is in the quest of achieving consciousness from the state of unconsciousness. One must understand that the unconscious has all that is required to achieve consciousness but in a latent or dormant form. Therefore, the goal is to develop these latent attributes to the point where they are fully developed. Once they have fully blossomed, they will propel the bearer into the same full state of consciousness as those who reached consciousness without undergoing the development process. Everyone can observe how this unfolds before us daily in nature.
Just look at the relationship between a fruit and its tree. Every tree starts as a bud. Even at that early unconscious state, the bud already has everything necessary to eventually become a tree. All it has left is to undergo further development through the evolutive process. At the early stage of its development, the bud becomes a flower, already hinting the magnificent beauty that it represents as a promise. From the flowering stage, it becomes a fruit. While just a fruit, it already offers so much to the world. People use these fruits for multiple purposes. But notice the magic that unfolds at this unique stage. Every attribute that will need to be fully developed for the fruit to eventually become a tree is well protected in the core of that fruit. The fruit goes through a small cycle of growth, maturity, and ripeness. When the fruit is ripe, it entices other creatures to accelerate its development process by harvesting it. It compensates or rewards the harvester by offering it flesh while it preserves every real aspect of its promise inside the core. By harvesting and eating the flesh of mature fruit, we accelerate its development of becoming a tree of its own. Fruits that are mature but not harvested or eaten by other creatures such as birds, will end up falling on the ground. Their development process gets slightly longer because the core must wait for the flesh to decay and disintegrate. Once the core is separated from the flesh, then other natural elements such as wind, water, fire, soil, moisture, shades, and so on help with the further disintegration of the protective layer of its core. Through another process known as germination, the seed sinks its roots into the soil, it sprouts upwards with its first leaves, from there it embarks on its own evolutive cycle to eventually become a tree just as the one where it came from. Once it becomes a mature tree, it perpetuates this evolutive process of its species.
That is an entire evolutive purpose unfolding before each one of us every day, but we refuse to pay attention to it. As a spiritual germ, each one of us has a unique gift or talent that requires further development. It is only when these talents are properly developed and fully blossom in accordance with the Living Laws of Nature, that we reach consciousness. We came to this earthly matter, precisely on earth as spiritual germs or seeds with the potential of accessing consciousness through the development of our unique talent. Evolution is the process that takes our talents from a latent or dormant stage to a fully developed and useful stage. The path to fulfillment is simple and natural, and it is different from person to person.
It is, therefore, accurate to say that life is a journey. But for a journey to make sense, there needs to be the Point of Origin and a Destination. As many have stated before, even without fully understanding, the overall trajectory of our journey is elliptical with the Spiritual Realm being the Point of Origin. Because it is a cycle as most refer to it as the Cycle of Life, it means, the Point of Origin and the destination are the same. Even in today's modern times where we have GPS, once we plug the departure point and the destination, we still need to understand the geolocation of the destination. In the same way, if you consider life as a journey, it is important to understand the geolocations of both your departure and your destination.
In my previous episode entitled how did we get here, I gave a brief description of Creation as a whole and how it unfolded. As a quick summary, I want to remind us that there is God as the Creator and there is Creation as his Sublime Artwork. The closest proximity to God himself is known as the Devine. The Devine sphere is determined by the distance that the radiations naturally emanating from God form and maintain a straight line. The Devine itself is not part of Creation because it will always naturally exists so long as there is God. Creation began when God allowed a portion of the radiation to exit the Devine Sphere. Going downwards, the first Kingdom that was formed is the Spiritual, then the Animistic, the Ethereal, and finally Matter. As I have mentioned previously in this episode, there are two types of lives: the conscious and the unconscious. The unconscious is generally represented in the form of germs with the same attributes as the conscious but in latent or dormant form. So going back to my GPS analogy and given the notion of the Cycle of Life, the Point of Departure and Future Destination for Human beings on earth today is the Spiritual Sphere.
The matter is the only place where the process of evolution towards perfection occurs, therefore the place where the unconscious can develop further towards consciousness. Once the unconscious becomes fully conscious, it naturally acquires a name and an identity and can, therefore, return home. It will be able to maintain its identity and consciously delight in everything that Life in the spiritual realm has to offer.
As Creatures, we are inside creation therefore, once we understand the overall purpose of life, we need to learn the proper way of going about our lives. It should be clear by now to anyone that, developing our talent is the way to reaching fulfillment and the purpose of our individual life. The only thing that is missing is how. One must understand that Creation is governed by the Living Laws of its Creator. These living Laws are an expression of God’s Will. They serve anyone who conforms to them regardless of any consideration. In my last episode, I briefly explained the three fundamental Living Laws. The Law of Gravity, The Law of Homogeneous Species, and the Law of Sowing and Ripping. All these Living Laws permeate the entire Creation to regulate life inside creation. Their actions are guided and based on two simple principles: Love and Justice.
If you are seriously seeking fulfillment in life, then you must learn to understand the Living Laws, understand how they work, and adjust your life accordingly. I don’t mean learning the same way that it is expected when we go to school. Learning by observing Nature is the best teacher there is for human beings. In this show, I previously mentioned the relationship between the tree and its seed. That analogy, which is a living example shows the entire purpose of life and how it unfolds. You don’t need a doctorate from any school to understand this and for the most part, you are better off not having one because your brain is not jammed with the knowledge that others painfully acquired generally for an earthly purposes only.
Today, there is a growing number of individuals who are really trying to make sense of life, finding meaning, purpose, and fulfillment. Just look at how fast some Asian practices are fast spreading throughout the world. While people are desperate to try nearly anything and everything, churches on the other side are struggling to convince the world of its relevancy and validity, mainly amid several scandals that are now getting out of the shadows of secrecy. If one observes attentively, they will quickly notice that most people are more interested in quick solutions, presented as a set of instructions so that they can follow dogmatically without ever asking “why”.
If you are genuinely looking for meaning, purpose, and fulfillment in life, I would suggest staying away from dogmatic practices. Free yourself from all moral tortures because the path to fulfillment is simple and doesn’t require any acrobatic practices. Understand that the time for blind faith is over. You must seek clarity in everything you do and always keep in mind that what is good for one, is not necessarily good for all, and can be detrimental to others. Life is meant to be lived and experienced fully. If you don’t understand the notion of experience, then let me clearly explain what I mean by that.
Imagine being home with a child who has never seen the fire before. You light a candle and ask the kid not to touch because they will get burned. Left alone with the candle, the kid looks at the pretty colorful flame dancing, they become curious and start to wonder whether you really knew what you were talking about. They don’t comprehend how such a nice little thing that seems soft and innocent can burn them. Besides, what does it mean to get burn anyway? The likelihood is that the child will check for themselves and reach out to play with fire. It is only when they touch the yellow, soft, and innocent dancing thing that they will have a real understanding of being burned. In fact, getting burn will remove any doubt in their mind about being hurt by the fire. Next time you will not have to say a single word regarding staying away from the fire, they will be the first to stay as far back as possible. The experience of getting burned will dissipate any potential lingering doubt in their mind about the fire. It is only when you experience something fully that you gain a clear understanding and ultimately a conviction.
Learn to understand the entire creation because it is the inevitable path if you want to return to your point of origin. Learn the Laws of Nature, also known as the Universal Laws, the Laws of Creation, or God’s Will because they are determinant for rigorously selecting who has fulfilled their promise therefore authorized to enter paradise. The decision to return fully conscious or get stuck inside matter as immature germs rest in each one of us individually. Our free will acts as a compass that indicates the direction of our journey and the Living Laws will simply help us rip what we’ve sown. If our desires are noble, the Living Laws will elevate us, if our desires are ignoble, we will be demoted by the Living Laws. We are truly the master of our happiness and the architects of our own Destiney.