Passions, Purpose, and Possibilities: Awaken Your Spiritual Mission

Finding Your Soul's Mission Through Memories of Your Childhood

January 16, 2024 Lucia Moore Season 1 Episode 3
Passions, Purpose, and Possibilities: Awaken Your Spiritual Mission
Finding Your Soul's Mission Through Memories of Your Childhood
Show Notes Transcript

 Lucia Moore guides starseeds and lightworkers through specific questions to stir up memories of their "original self,"  uncover who they really came into world to be, and find their purpose in life.

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Hello and welcome to Passions, Purpose, and Possibilities, Awakening Your 5D Mission, with Lucia Moore. Welcome, my dear beautiful soul. I can't tell you how excited I am to have you join me on this journey of self-discovery and spiritual awakening. As a Lightworker and or Starseed, You are a unique radiant spark in this vast universe and you are deeply loved and deeply cherished. Well, we knew the time would come. We have work to do here on this earth. So it's time for us to start waking up and shining brightly. And the way to do that is to be completely authentic, completely who we really are. And I know, and you know, you're here for a reason and you have a purpose, a life's mission if you will. And as I mentioned in my last 2 podcasts, you are primarily here on earth to bring light and love, But you're also most likely here to do something special as well. Something that you agreed to before you came here. So right now you probably feel a calling like you're being pulled towards something, but at this point you might not be able to name what it is exactly. And really that's okay. You know, we've been put into a very deep sleep and we're only just now being awakened. We knew that we wouldn't be called into action until it was time. And hey, it may not be quite the time for you to receive that unveiling of your life's purpose. But I imagine since you're actively searching for it, You're probably really close to finding out what it is. But here's the thing I want you to know. Whatever it is, it's not something that's out there. It's something that is inside of you. It's kind of like you've been a caterpillar for a long time. And recently you've been going through this transformation. Here you are all wrapped up in this chrysalis and you've turned into some kind of goo. It's really uncomfortable. But very soon you'll crack out of that chrysalis and you'll be a beautiful butterfly because this is who you really are. This is who you're meant to be. And it's you being more of who you really are that pulls you towards your future. And that allows you to see your mission. It allows you to become utterly authentic. So you might say, well, I don't know myself. I don't know who I really am. Or I'm not really anything special. Just your run of the mill human who makes a lot of mistakes. Why would I have anything to offer the world? Well, let me assure you, you are special and invaluable in your own unique way. You're not just another human. You are a light worker, a star seed with a specific role to play in the universe. The very fact that you question your purpose or doubt your significance is a sign of this awakening and it's a step towards recognizing your true potential. Your journey about self-discovery isn't about becoming someone else. It's about peeling back all those layers of yourself to find out who you truly are. It's all of your mistakes and your experiences and your feelings that intertwine and form this kind of intricate tapestry in your life that is contributing to your unique mission. But it takes a little time and retrospection. Discovering your life's purpose isn't a race, it's a journey and it requires patience, introspection, and an open heart. Your soul's mission isn't something that you create, it's something you uncover bit by bit as you align more with your authentic self. So today I'd like to begin to uncover the essence of your original self, the true you, the you before you were controlled or beaten down by society. Let's do this by asking some of the memories of your childhood to come forward. You know, our childhoods hold the unfiltered truths of our being, the purest expressions of our soul's purpose. So today I'd like to delve into some of those early chapters of our lives, looking for clues and finding connections and trying to understand why we're here and what we're meant to do. Yes, you are special, you're loved, and you have an important role in this world. So let's take a little time and reflect back on how we came into the world and what we were meant to be. It might take a little while to return to that time you may not have thought about for a lot of years. And some of you may have even decided to put your childhood completely behind you and just forget about it. But I'm guessing that that little girl or little boy inside of you would love to come forward just for a tiny bit to help you remember a purer version of who you are. Let me ask you some questions that might begin to stir your memory. Just spend a little time thinking about each of these questions and go ahead and do it while I'm asking you, but I've also written them down in the worksheets that I've prepared which you can go grab for free at www.awakenyourmission.com. That's awakenyourmission.com. I think it would be great if you begin to ponder some of the answers to these questions right now, but even better if you can take a little time and re-examine them and put some thought into them over the next week or so. So I think grabbing those worksheets will really help you out. Now as I ask you these questions, feel free to pause the podcast for a moment to think about them. But the most important thing, the thing that I really want you to consider after each question is, why? Why did you feel that way? Why did you think that? Because this is where you'll find the clues to your true essence. I was speaking with somebody recently and asking her about her early memories. I asked her what she enjoyed doing as a child. 1 of her answers was, I really liked running around in the field behind our house. When I asked her why, she said, I guess it's because I felt so free. I asked her other questions and that theme of freedom came up again and again. So I would definitely say that feeling free, being free, having freedom is something very important in her life. And that fits into who she really is as her original self, her authentic self. She would be very unhappy being pinned down by a job or a relationship or anything really. So please ask yourself, why? Why did I feel this way? And what is it about this answer that has stuck with me? How does it relate to who I am today or who I am to be? Okay, here's my first question for you. What was your first memory? Think back. What was your first memory? How old were you? How did you feel at the time? Do you remember? Some people can claim they remember clear back to babyhood. Others might have been 5 or 6 and most of us probably have memories somewhere in the middle. Next question. What are some adjectives you could use to describe yourself as a young child or how would people around you have described you, especially from that first memory until you were about 7 years old. Were you a happy, sad, shy little kid? What are some words that described who you were back then? All right, next question. What was going on around you when you were very young? What were your caregivers like? What was your environment like? Usually that's your parents, your grandparents, a babysitter, maybe. What was the environment like? Was it a happy environment? Was it sad or scary or gloomy? Was it a challenging environment? Were the people challenging? And if it was challenging, that may have indicated that you needed to gain a great deal of strength for what you were to do later in life, which is now. So if you did have a difficult childhood, there may be a good reason for it. Okay, next question. What did you love doing when you were very young? Did you like dancing or singing or stories or playing house? Did you like pretending you were a superhero? Did you ever put on 1 of those capes and jump off the back of the couch pretending you were Superman? The most important thing to ask yourself after this question is why? What was it you liked about the thing that you enjoyed doing? For example, if you loved playing house, Maybe you love the idea of taking care of children or taking care of other people. Maybe that shows what a caregiver you are. Maybe you enjoyed riding your bike because it made you feel free. Really ask yourself, why is it you liked the thing that you liked so much? Next, what made you unhappy? Don't dwell on it too much, but sometimes thinking about the unhappy parts of our lives can help us flip it around So we can see what we do like. For example, if you were yelled at a lot as a child and you didn't like that, think about its opposite. Maybe kindness or kind words are important to you now. Next question. How did you express your creativity when you were young? Did you enjoy finger painting, cooking with your mom, Mixing up new scents with that little perfume kit your grandmother gave to you. Maybe putting on a sock puppet play for your siblings or your friends. Okay, again, why do you think you liked that thing? Maybe if you enjoyed finger painting, you have an artistic streak or a talent that needs to come out. Or maybe cooking with your mom meant that you enjoyed nourishing other people, or maybe it just meant you enjoyed spending that time with your mom with somebody that you loved or maybe it means that you enjoy the creativity that can come through cooking. I enjoyed cooking with my mom and I think all 3 of those reasons would fit. Okay, next, tell me when you were 5 years old, What did you want to be when you grew up? You might not remember that age exactly, but when you were quite young, do you remember what you wanted to be? Maybe you wanted to be a teacher or an astronaut. Why do you think you wanted to do that or be that when you grew up? 5 years old is still very young and original and pure. If you wanted to be an astronaut, there was probably something about that that rang true in that little soul of yours. Do you think you can figure out what it is? And if you were like most kids, you probably changed your mind every year or so about what you wanted to be. So ask yourself the same question for when you were approximately 8 years old. What did you want to be when you grew up? When you were 12 years old? How about when you were 15 or 16? And then what about when you were 18, maybe you had finished high school and were heading out into the world. And I wonder, are you being the thing you wanted to be when you were 18 or are you doing something completely different? And how about 21? Did your mind change in those 3 years? And are you doing any of the things you wanted to be when you grew up now? Now remember, it's important to go back and ask yourself why did I want to do that why did I want to be an astronaut why did I want to be a teacher why did I want to be a police officer people can want the same things but for different reasons. What were your reasons? Okay. My next question is, is there anything that you didn't realize during your childhood that you do now as an adult? There's probably a thousand things that you can think of, but is there anything that comes to mind? For example, my father was in the military and we moved every couple of years, sometimes even more than that. And at the time it was hard, but I think it made a profound difference in my life. I didn't make friends very easily and I was really shy while growing up, but it also gave me a love of travel and languages and different cultures that I've carried throughout my adult life. So I'm not sorry that this was a part of my young life. I think it was a really important part of my life. Is there anything that you realize now that you can see things better? Okay, here's my last question for you to think about. If you could talk to your younger self, what would you say to him or her? Now that you have all this great knowledge, or at least you're able to look back and see things differently. You were born into this world so sweet, so innocent, so pure, and probably so ready to make a difference in this world. So speak with your younger self with love and understanding. Now looking at your childhood is just the beginning of our journey to uncovering your life's mission, your 5D mission, what you're meant to do as we all rise into the new 5D, new earth paradigm. But I believe it's a really good start. And I think if you spend a little bit of time there, you'll pull out some things that you never really thought about before. And these could be really useful in helping you understand who you are today, especially deep down in the core of your being. It's a nice way to start figuring out who you really are. And if you find that it feels a little bit hard to dig in and remember those things, I created a meditation for the class that I taught last year to help those students open up a little bit more. And I'd like to give it to you as a gift along with those worksheets I told you about. So you can pick those up again at www.awakenyourmission.com. And also I found that 1 of the most important things about the class that we had last year on Awakening Your Mission was the time we got to be together and talk about our pasts and talk about our dreams and our missions and ask each other for advice. So I'm considering bringing that back, but this time not as a class but more as a mastermind actually a mastermind combined with a sacred circle a place where we can meet and talk and exchange ideas. I hear so many people talking about how lonely they are as a starseed, a lightworker, how nobody around them understands them, what they're going through. They might even think they're kind of weird, kind of different. So I'd like to put together a meeting space where we can get to know 1 another and talk about our dreams. Sometimes even if the other person doesn't answer, it's nice to hear ourselves talk about the ideas and the feelings that we've had or kept inside of us. I think you see things differently when you know that somebody else is listening to you. And I'm always astounded at the great advice that other people give. So that would be the mastermind part. But I'm looking for something more spiritual, a little more sacred. So if you'd like to know more about that, if you're interested, let me know and we'll get something going. And if you're listening to this podcast in the future, maybe we have something going. To help us understand 1 another, to help us to understand ourselves, to feel the camaraderie that a lot of us are missing, to get new insights and new ideas, to maybe set intentions together and meditate with 1 another. Anyway, if you're interested, please go to that page and let me know. I would love to spend some time talking to you and getting your feedback on the answers to the questions that I asked today and the answers to the future questions that I will be asking you because I think it will help you see things better and understand yourself better. Okay, so head over to AwakenYourMission.com and grab the worksheets and the meditation and let me know if you're interested in a gathering. In our next podcast, we're going to be taking a look at what you want to see. What do you want to have in your life? Because as I've said before, you get to choose. You choose what you want to see. You choose what you want to do and to be and to have. So if you're not really clear on that, I'm hoping to help you get a little bit clearer next time. Thank you so much for being with me today. Be gentle with yourselves during this process of awakening and just trust that your soul's mission will reveal itself in divine timing. You're exactly where you need to be. Your light is needed and your contribution to the world is more significant than you can imagine. I send you my love. Be well, be happy. See you next time. Bye bye.