Iron rusts from disuse, water loses its purity from stagnation; even so does inaction sap the vigors of the mind, so Leonardo da Vinci thought in his day. A person, who doesn’t know his life’s purpose is unhappy and lost. Imagine what would happen to some of the greatest artists and inventors, if they at one time would not have revealed their talents and began to do something else, let’s say construction. Surely, they would have succeeded, but could this possibly made them happy? And how many works of art would we lose?
Perhaps this is an extreme analogy. Then let’s think of the following: a person spends half a day at work; this is 50 percent of life, maybe a little less. And if he/she is doing something that does not bring him/her satisfaction, happiness, a large income? Surely, this feeling is familiar to you: when you force yourself to go to work, you live from weekends to weekends; you count the hours until the end of the working day. However, you want to enjoy your work, see the result, be proud of your achievements, earn some good money and be eager to go to work every day, anticipating every task that you have to accomplish. Is this not happiness? Enjoying life not only in your free time, but also at work. You can also read about searching for life purpose in this article.
Now imagine, how many hidden talents do you have? Maybe you just didn’t try and don’t know about them. However when it comes to trying something new you don’t have time, money, desire. But what if you try learn something to what you potential for, and not only enjoy new hobby, but also receive additional (or even basic) income for it?
And here you can turn to Vedic astrology, which will help you to define your purpose, talents, qualities and skills. Thus, it will be easy for you to understand which job is worth to devote your life to.
1. Develop your strengths that will help you to approach to your destination;
Engage in self-development. Read the literature on personal development, watch trainings, and take part in workshops of interest;
3. Don’t be afraid. Be confident in yourself and your abilities. If you understand that, what you are doing is not your cup of tea, start searching for your own path. Do not limit your abilities.
4. Childhood. Perhaps when you were a child, parents limited your talents. For example, you had the aptitude to pay violin but you parents has disregarded this ability saying that you need to get a higher economic education. Thus, this talent remained unrealized. Do not limit the talents of your children, encourage them.
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