Some individuals have few concerns about this life outcome and just live the present moment. Others come in this life with this obsession for a mission of life and will do whatever it takes to appease that mindset. They will either negate the drive, refusing to respond to the call, or they strive to discover who they are and to make it the best. If the last resonates with you, you are in a mission: to fulfil your mission of life.
Depending on your beliefs, if you believe in reincarnation, you may perceive this call as a karmic cycle that needs to be broken, or else to make this life a success at the end, if you believe in a fatalist conception. Either ways, all of our craziest dreams can be combined in one main life scenario pushing the self toward one main life goal that includes all others.
Here’s in this article an overview of the context in which a mission of life takes place. First, let’s begin by a few concepts, then we will presents the dream cycle and a chart to line them all towards an ultimate goal.
When we are born, environment plays a key role in our psychological development. As we grow up, personality takes over. Since the dawn of time, human beings have tried to describe personalities secrets by coming up with typologies or personality types classifications. We can think about astrology. It is said that Chinese astrology exist since 6000 years. Most of pagan and shaman cultures around the World had their own astrology. Hundreds of other classifications have been found in Antiquity writings, particularly in Ancient Greece. The spike in personality classification occurred with the venue of psychometric tests. We can easily estimate the number of tests to topple in the 10 000 thousands nowadays. They all work to some extend. There is not any ultimate test. Notheless, combining a test with each different aspect of our life could depict a precise portrait of our individual nature.
A talent is a skill that we begin to have a certain point in our lifetime. Everyone has one or many talents. If we have a great skill that we express with fame from the first time we use it, it is called a »gift ». We are born with it. A gift could be a master level ability to play an instrument or handle a tool, but it could also be a amazing psychic ability helping to heal, to perceive extrasensory phenomenons or to connect with everybody or everything. Gifted people have usually a higher propensity to be inhabited with a mission of life and as well to achieve it.
A passion is not a necessarily a great skill, but rather a great will, to express the self in one specific area. That area will be expressed by a person on a regular basis. Over time, the will become a skill and eventually could refine to become a great ability, then a distinction. Once you master your skill, you create masterpiece. In any case, whether you have a gift or a mastery, the renown comes from others. In the case of a passion, the recognition comes from the self. The level of performance does not matter.
A dream would be a goal, a state of mind or body or reality, where we find serenity or peace within. Some people are not incarnated on Earth to fulfil spiritual aspirations. They want to exist and satisfy their presence in the material realm. Diversity among human population also reflects dream diversity.
Mission of life
A mission of life is that belief that we are born to accomplish a specific task in our lifetime. However, a mission of life does not draw itself precisely. Very few figure it out early in life. A mission of life may trigger sometimes a sense of urgency. Most of us don’t find out what their quest is about until very late in life or when we look back. Usually, the sense of direction is clear, but not the path. Famous history figures from the past were often directed to their life goal at an early age. Today, there is so much life options, so much important discoveries and so much people aspiring to a mission that a more common form of mission consist of exploring and dig out unreported life mysteries from alternate streams of thoughts, in order to shake Humanity and bring it up to the next level, rather than to emphasize on the message of the mission itself. So a mission of life resides more in the state of mind than in the actual outcome. In other words, the mission of life is a journey not a goal. That seem to correlate with the lateralization of brain function theory.
Dream levels chart
One interesting point to notice in numerology is the signification of number 7 which refers to vibration and purpose:
The number 7 symbolizes humanity’s deep inner-need to find depth, meaning and spiritual connection. When the needs of food, self-expression, material and domestic achievements have been met, the 7 energy turns to the deeper levels of life – to learn, to educate ourselves and to find purpose. The 7 vibration must continue studying the quest of why they are here. 7 asks the bigger questions.
The 7 vibration represents a special function of human life and indicates the amount of learning one must amass in the form of personal experiences known as ‘sacrifices’.
The science of chakra studies the different energy body fields along a vertical axis following the spine at the core of a greater human body field including all others. It is said there are seven main chakras: root chakra, sacrum chakra, solar plexus chakra, heart chakra, throat chakra, brow or third eye chakra and crown chakra. http://www.modernchakra.com/chakra-chart.html
Our dreams are often intentions sent to Universe in respond to our desire of self expression identity assertiveness. Dream intentions are asserted in order to fulfill needs at different levels of Maslow’s hierarchy of needs. There is a correlation to be made with the level of needs, the dreams we ask to the Universe in return to the desires emanating. Let’s see on the chart below how the dream request ranks:
|LEVELS||CHAKRAS||MASLOW’S NEEDS||DREAMS LEVELS||COMMON DREAMS REQUEST TO THE UNIVERSE|
|7||Crown||Absoluteness||Spirituality||Oneness state of consciousness, Just being|
|6||Brow||Self surpassing||Expansion||Learning, Teamwork, Co-creation, Growth|
|5||Throat||Self actualisation||Realisation & Expression||Creation, Connection, Reputation|
|4||Heart||Self esteem||Love, couple & Family||Self love, Sentimental engagement, Relationship|
|3||Solar plexus||Belonging||Career||Strenght, Will, Work, Friendship, Partnership|
|2||Sacrum||Safety||Material Security||Comfort, Sexuality, Territory, Money, Alliance|
|1||Root||Physiological||Physical Integrity||Breath, Hydration, Food, Clothing, Shelter, Care|
Dreams cycle and mission of life
Our dreams can be addressed to the Universe under different forms, at different levels. Nothing is wrong to address dreams at the first level. Not everyone aspire to the 7th level. As we saw, a mission of life is a path more than a destination.
However, a mission of life’s path must lead to the highest aspiration level and, a very important ingredient, no level must be forgotten. Per example, one must not see himself beyond the fourth level. But in order to reach that ultimate life dream, that person must fulfill dreams from lower levels. You need to fulfill dreams at the level just below. Without it, the road will be more difficult, but not impossible. It is possible to fulfill dreams at the highest levels. However, craving remain in the subconscious and total inner peace is not absolute if desires from lower levels are still demanding to be responded.
Some individuals may lose their life trying to pursue an ideal, chasing dreams at the same level, without fulfilling the dreams at neglected lower levels. The result is the development of a vicious cycle trapping the person at higher levels and putting on standby the realisation of higher level dreams.
Your mission of life is to fulfill all your dreams from all levels, not to realize an ambitious dream from a high level at any cost. Do not neglect the negative effect of forgotten or denied desires from lower levels, otherwise that could compromise your entire life fulfillment. Aiming at an ultimate goal must be be an incentive to fulfill lower levels dreams.
By: Christian Theberge
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