When it comes to living a full and high-quality life, all of that needs to point to one specific thing that it’s all about. Some people call it happiness and joy, others call it fulfillment and life peace - Only recently have I been encouraged to think about it through a new lens, which is bliss.
When you imagine bliss in your life it involves a few things. It’s the serenity of feeling fully safe, secure, and untroubled. It’s being overwhelmed with gratitude and appreciation for all that you are and all that’s to be. It’s having a full and expanded consciousness around your current state, allowing you to be deeply in the present and clear on your life’s purpose.
Bliss is the catch-all that everything good fits within.
As someone who is pursuing a more blissful life for myself, I’m realizing that it’s more about what you don’t do than what you do. Feeling so self-assured that you can reject the temptation to judge or compare to others. To never compromise your values or integrity in what you do. To live without worry or doubt and a full faith in the process around you.
Just like we’re always connected to abundance (and our mission is to remove all of the things getting in the way of us having a clearer signal), we already have bliss inside of us in every moment and we need to peel back the layers of things that are keeping us from seeing it.
Bliss is a state, meaning it’s a physiological and emotional presence. It’s not determined by the intensity of an achievement, it’s more enduring than that and lives on long after the moment has passed.
At the moment I’m pursuing bliss by cultivating more mindfulness in my life, more intentionality in the choices I make, more clarity in the things I want to do and be a part of, and more gratitude for the way life is beautifully unfolding before me with divine design.
Do I still have bad days? Of course. Do I still get upset, ticked off, and frustrated by things that aren’t worth it? You betcha. But those things are becoming less frequent and my overall life experience is improving by pursuing this beautiful thing called bliss.