Tuesday, October 18, 2022

Live On Purpose and Be Happy!


I trust my inner knowing and feel safe and happy.

I do what I am called to do and feel confident and free.

I live life with gratitude and joy.

I am always in the right place at the right time, doing the right things.

Happiness Is Living On Purpose!

When our lives (marriage, finances, job, health) are not working, we are unhappy and upset. 

(With no goal or destination, anything can throw us off course, because we really have no direction.)

When upset, we tend to find fault and blame ourselves and others or outside influences.

When unhappy, we feel lost and project the fear and guilt outside ourselves. 

When we have upset, with others, it is because we are off purpose.

It is frightening to have no direction, meaning or purpose .

Every upset is about not living in integrity with what is right and true for us.

Our real work is to find our own life purpose and live in integrity with inner peace and happiness.

When on purpose with our own truth, we are happy with ourselves and content with our lives.

We know ourselves and are true to ourselves.

We trust and free others to know themselves and to live true to themselves.

We live in love and peace with trust and freedom for all.  

When living with peace and purpose, we become helpful instead of blameful.

When living with integrity, we do not waste our energy on shaming or complaining.

When feeling gratitude and joy, we use our resources to fulfill our purpose.

At our best, there is always an overflow of goodness we will use to bless others.

Our first step is always to trust and free ourselves to find our own purpose and path.

Seek the place within where you feel whole and happy and free.

Look for moments in life where you feel most in love and alive, confident and complete.

Identify the thoughts and feelings, activities and accomplishments that are most meaningful for you.

In relationships we attract those who push our buttons so we notice where we are living off purpose.

We create relationships in which we can notice where we are not living with integrity and purpose.

Instead of trying to fix or change the other, and focus on healing and transforming yourself.

Instead of trying to avoid or make external or temporary changes, we can begin to heal and release past hurts and fears.

In relationships we can learn to welcome the temporary upset and do our own inner work. 

When upset:

Take a time out.  Step away and sit alone to explore: Begin to write!

The real reason I feel  upset it:...............( Write down all the thoughts that come thru your mind even if they don’t make sense.) It may take pages of clearing and several times of writing al your thoughts.

You are clearing unhealed stuff from your whole past history and sometimes the history of others.

Seek your purpose or calling.

  1. We are here to be happy. 
  2. When we are happy, we are at peace with ourselves and others. 
  3. When we are happy with our selves and our lives, we are healthy physically, mentally, emotionally, relationally and financially. 
  4. When unhappy and off purpose, we tend to focus on what is wrong with ourselves and others. 
  5. When unhappy we usually complain, inter“fear “and try to fix others and our selves. 
  6. Learn to forgive yourself for limiting yourself and for blaming yourself and others. 

Life teaches us "it is fun, safe, easy and helpful to be whole, happy and on purpose."

Loving you in loving you, 

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?