16 Apr

Passion: A Sign of Purpose?

Kellie Stone

Kellie Stone

I’m Kellie Stone, founder of Women’s Life Link and a passionate messenger to women. My “message” is pretty simple, really. I want you to know and understand that you can be the successful, creative woman you’re meant to be in this life. You can fulfill your life dreams, passions, and ultimate purpose. And you can earn a living by walking on your unique, sacred path! In my quest to be a sacred guide for women on their journey of self-discovery, I am an avid student of life. I am a Journey to Purpose Coach and Intuitive Reader who received my certification through renowned spiritual life and business coach Karen Coffey and The Hope of Humanity Foundation. As a writer, you’ll discover many of my published articles on Womenslifelink.com, Livestrong.com, AllThingsChic.net, TimeFindersMagazine.com, and many other blogs and e-zines.
Kellie Stone

Passion – a word that has so much energy and promise. It brings lovers together; it wins wars; it creates fine art and literature; it makes money; and it works miracles.  Those who find it have the potential to do all of the above and more.  What are you constantly drawn to do that gives you that feeling of accomplishment and joy?  Though it may have nothing to do with your purpose, it’s likely that it does and can give you a clue – a direction in which to start seeking.

“Passion is contagious, and when you have the courage to share your passion for life with those around you, it can inspire others to find the path to their dreams!” ~Michele DeVille 

Keep in mind, though, there are passions that serve you and others well – and those that don’t. Just as an honorable, passionate woman brings beauty and love to the table, her counterpart, the naughty, greedy (equally passionate) gal can ruin lives faster than you can say Desperate Housewives. And you men are equally responsible for some horrible passion mishaps…just saying.  Is Your Passion Honorable?  In a perfect world, I could give you a perfect answer, but we all know that is not going to happen anytime soon.  So, instead, I will give you the best one I know: it depends on what you believe is honorable.  And in that perfect world we would all understand the legitimacy of honor.  It is simple and really does fit in a nutshell: Love.  If what you desire is driven by love for someone or something else other than self and what you can get out of it, it’s honorable.

Acting from a place of love and intuition honors you as well as mankind.  Secondly, it will make room for you.  That means you won’t be fighting tooth and nail to express or work within your passion.  Furthermore, others notice you can’t stop talking about it with a broad, natural smile on your face.  It expands your world and makes your heart beat faster.  

Take an inventory of your passions and explore the possibility that they may be leading you to your authentic purpose.  Each piece of the puzzle will fit when it’s time, so be patient and give yourself a minute to process and create the body/mind/spirit environment for the whole picture to come into view.  Regardless of whether your passions have anything to do with your authentic purpose, enjoy them and allow them to play out in your daily life. Pursuing joy and freedom is actually an extremely purposeful way to live and will fulfill the most valuable thing you could ever do…being YOU!

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