So Let’s Begin…
DISCOVER YOUR PURPOSE MORNING MEDITATION SCRIPT
We can get so busy that we forget to check in with ourselves and see if we are living in alignment with our values and passions.
But when we take the time to reflect and connect with our purpose, it can be transformative, as it allows us to gain clarity on what we truly want in life and what our unique gifts and talents are.
Let’s begin by finding a comfortable position, sitting or lying down.
Take a deep breath in through your nose and exhale slowly through your mouth.
Let go of any tension in your body, and allow yourself to relax fully.
Now, bring your attention to your breath.
As you inhale, feel your chest and belly expand, and as you exhale, feel them contract.
Simply observe the rhythm of your breath, without trying to change it in any way.
Now, ask yourself the question, “What is my purpose?”
Let the question settle within you, without the need to answer it immediately.
Allow yourself to be open to any messages or insights that come to you.
Imagine yourself standing in front of a door.
This door represents the path towards your purpose.
Take a moment to visualize the door, noticing its color, texture, and any details that stand out to you.
When you are ready, open the door and step inside.
As you enter, notice the space around you.
What do you see, hear, and feel?
Allow your senses to guide you and take in everything that surrounds you.
As you explore this space, be curious and open to the possibilities.
Imagine yourself walking towards a table where a book lies.
This book contains all the answers to your questions about your purpose.
Open the book, and as you read, allow the words to sink in and resonate with you.
As you continue to read, you may notice insights and realizations emerging.
Allow yourself to be present with these insights, and let them guide you.
When you are ready, close the book and take a deep breath.
Expressing gratitude for the insights you have received, and for the journey you’re on.
As you exit the room, close the door behind you, and take a deep breath.