Becoming a Father Shouldn’t Put the Brakes on Fulfilling One’s Destiny

Becoming a parent can be incredibly rewarding and is in and of itself a goal for many people. However, it’s easy to find oneself consumed with parenthood and all that it entails. The desire to travel, fight for a certain cause or make a specific achievement can all be put on the back burner while one’s busy being a good father to their child. Although it can become frustrating at times, it doesn’t mean that one’s desired destiny is no longer within reach.

Becoming a Father Shouldn’t Put the Brakes on Fulfilling One’s Destiny
Becoming a Father Shouldn’t Put the Brakes on Fulfilling One’s Destiny

Accessing the Higher Self

The higher self is a unique spiritual essence every person possesses. This is where one’s plans for this life or one’s destiny are stored. As we focus on our troubles and experience emotional turmoil, we neglect our connection to the higher self and the communication and clarity become diluted. Good ways to lift the spirit and enable a good connection with the higher self are through meditation, practicing dance or yoga, immersing oneself in creative activities, spending time in nature, and listening to music.

Addressing Fears

Fear is a natural reaction to external stimuli and a pivotal sense that allowed our species to survive. This doesn’t mean that we should let fear keep us from achieving our dreams and reaching for our destiny. People tend to create invisible boundaries based on past bad experiences, uncertainty, or fear of the worst possible outcome. A tried and tested way to overcome fears that have been repeated time and time again is to simply face them head-on. It could be a rewarding and liberating experience.

Becoming a Father Shouldn’t Put the Brakes on Fulfilling One’s Destiny

Staying True to One’s Heart’s Desires

Not everyone is clear on what their hidden inner passion is and all they have to go on is the feeling of restlessness and a need for change. There are ways to uncover one’s true desires such as thinking back on past experiences ever since childhood and making notes of every activity that got them excited and happy. Reminiscing this way could trigger an idea of what one might want to do, a passion to rekindle, and a destiny to follow.

Destiny Might Already Be On the Way

Anne Jones
Becoming a Father Shouldn’t Put the Brakes on Fulfilling One’s Destiny
According to Anne Jones, people are already fulfilling their roles as spiritual beings if they’re thoughtful and caring while being considerate of others’ feelings. There’s no need to discover a magnanimous destiny to live a good life.