Thursday, February 03, 2022

Living On Purpose


I choose to think, speak and act with conscience and consciousness.

I live my life focused on giving the best I have and know.

I choose to be happy every day in every way.

I take impeccable care of this gift of life.

Are You On Purpose?

Are you happy?

Is your life working?

Are your relationships harmonious?

Are you allowing what is to be?

Are you open for change?

Are you willing to do whatever you are called to do?

Is it easy to say NO when something is not right for you?

Have you forgiven the past and found peace?

Are you listening within for guidance?

Are you trusting in Divine Outcome?

Do you see all things as working together for Good?

Are you taking impeccable care of your whole Self?

Have you paid all your debts?

Are you grateful for what you have?

Are you giving your very best?

Are you awake and responding with trust and freedom?

We are on purpose, when we know all this to be true.

When we feel upset or dissatisfied, we have stepped off path.

When we are bored or lazy, we are off purpose.

When we are critical or guilty, we are off purpose.

Being on purpose is being happy.

Being on purpose is being in integrity.

Being on purpose is listening within.

Being on purpose is forgiving everything and everyone.

With purpose, we are inspired.

With purpose we are focused.

With purpose we are guided.

With purpose we feel at peace.

Purposeful living is doing what matters.

Purposeful living is making a difference.

Purposeful living is respecting all paths.

Purposeful living is living the best we know.

Start every morning with a goal.

Set an intention for every encounter.

Visualize the experience you want to have.

Live and give with passion and purpose.

Loving you and me and all of us as one,

Betty Lue

Once you become aware of what really inspires and guides you, you will begin to focus on it daily.

Your purpose becomes your guiding light.

You breathe it and live it and share it in all you are and do!!

You will attract to you all good and only good for your highest purpose.

Purpose Exercise

What do I really want in my life?

(Make a list of at least 20 wants. Freely write down everything that comes to mind, with no censoring or limits.)

What does your heart want for you?

What is your simplest wish for yourself?

What do you really want to have?

What do you really want to be?

What do you really want to do?


What do I love to do?

What makes me the happiest?

What is my secret ambition?

What has given me the most satisfaction in the past?

What excites me about life?

What am I good at?

What have others told me I was good at?

In what areas of life have I excelled?

What are some of my strengths?

What is important to me?

What would I be willing to sacrifice for?

What do I stand for?

What would I commit myself for regardless of the obstacles?


What was I born to do?

Where in life can I make a difference?

What unique opportunities have been placed in my path?

What specifically does God want me to do?

 Based on the answers above, develop a short paragraph outlining your purpose. Take the three top priorities from the four areas to which you just committed answers. Construct a statement that explains what you are beginning to sense in your purpose. This can be a work in progress. What is important is to commit to something in writing. Your purpose can be anything you want it to be and it can include anything that is important to you.

My Purpose Statement: