What is the purpose of this experience?

There is likely a reason that you in the experience that you are in- a purpose specific to that experience. It may be something you need to learn. Or that you need to connect with someone there. It may be that you have something to offer or share with the person or people in the experience.

So it may be useful to be on the lookout for the purpose that you have in your experiences. If you are open and paying attention, it will present itself to you.

This is how we fulfill our life's purpose. So much is given to finding your purpose- and this is extremely valuable. But when you break it down, you fulfill your purpose one experience at a time. So your broader life purpose can gives you a focus and general awareness as to what your life is about. And then your purpose unfolds itself in the experience that you are in.

There are also unconscious and spiritual forces at work. Say you have been wanting a relationship. And there is someone across town thinking the same thing and looking for similar things. The energy of both your intentions will draw you into a common experience. It may be totally random like being next to each other in line at the bank. Then it is up to you to take it from there.

If you are open to what the "standing in line at the bank" experience has for you, you will say hi and meet them. If you are stressed, harried, or angry there is a line, you will likely miss the opportunity. This happens in all facets of our life.

So next time you are in a boring meeting, ask yourself: "Why am I here. What value or connection can happen here? What is presenting itself?" You will be amazed at what emerges.

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