There once was a man who embarked on a self-discovery journey.
He started travelling the world looking for answers to his existencial questions about life.
One day, walking through the mountains, he spotted a little village in the distance.
Just a few meters before getting there, he noticed a little hill on the right hand side of the narrow, winding pathway he was walking through.
If you’re like me and have always been worried about giving some meaning to your existence, you must have asked yourself at some point: What can I do with my life?
That existential question can be very annoying if it stucks in your head, right?
The feeling of needing that something that makes your life complete is a breaking point that can either drown you into the most dark abyss of depression if you don’t eventually find the answer or it can set the spark you needed to actually do something meaningful with your life.
I’m just going to walk you through how I see it from my own point of view, so that you have all the answers to choose the second way.
And then, together we’re going to come up with a wide range of options that you have to make that choice successful and live your life fully making the most of it.
I hope this sounds as good in your head as it does in mine 😉
What are you thinking about right now?
Are you worried about future events like that meeting with your boss tomorrow at work or when are you going on vacation?
Are you recalling past events like something bad or annoying that happened to you yesterday, maybe regreting things you did years ago or even trying to figure out how your life would have been if your choices or actions had been different at some point?
If you’re like most of the human beings and you’re doing that constantly, you’re definitely not “in the now”, you’re not living the present, you are just identified with your mind, so you’ve totally become a slave of your own thoughts and feelings.
That incessant noise in your mind is precisely what’s preventing you from achieving the inner peace and stillness which would end depression (excess of past) and anxiety (excess of future).
What if I told you there’s a way to silent that annoying noise once and for all?
That way involves understanding and using The Power Of Now 😉