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Bring the Passion Back Into Your Life - It Is Possible

Updated on August 30, 2017

How do we get the passion back in our lives?

There are times in our lives when we can get stuck; in a rut or have had a loss or tragedy that brings us down and takes the passion out of our heart. How do we get that passion back and bring it into our life again?

This is a question has perplexed millions of people throughout the centuries. What is life without passion?

Life is short and it can be taken from us in an instant, so with that knowledge in mind why would we want to live our lives without passion? The answer is we shouldn't and we don't have to live a life without passion.

Passion is what makes us human and keeps us going, and makes life worth living.

We have to create our own passion in life

How do we obtain this elusive passion, this fountain of youth per say. We have to create it in our lives, want it, nurture it and hold on to it. Passion comes in many forms: Passion for work, love, family, children, hobbies, travel, fitness, food, people, passion is limitless. How do you know that you are passionate about something?

It is a feeling in the pit of your stomach and when you do it you are lost in it. Time goes by quickly and your thoughts are focused on what you are doing. The passion drives you and moves you to places that you never dreamed of, It takes on a life of its own.

The creation of passion

How do we obtain passion?

We as humans have the ability to create passion. Part of that creative process is also to understand that passion is limitless and there is an endless supply of it in the universe waiting for us to take hold of it. Passion does not have to be reckless it can be channeled and used for positive aspects in one’s life. As humans we have to be willing to go outside of our comfort zone to achieve passion if we don’t have it. Many times it may seem scary and not feel right, but if we have the tiniest feeling that it can drive us to do good then the risk is worth it. Feeling our inner strength, our voice inside of ourselves, letting it come out into the world is passion. When we are fearful of passion we lose out on the joy of what life has to offer us.

Sharing our passion with others

When a person is passionate about life it draws other people to them wanting to know what the secret is to that passion that one has obtained. The truth is that the person who has passion has chosen to allow it into their lives; they took the gifts that God has given them and they nurtured those gifts and made life about living not just doing. When we can open ourselves up to new people and new experiences in life then we can begin to allow passion to enter our hearts. Each day is new and exciting and we don't know what that day is going to offer us. If one can wake up in the morning and allow oneself to be open to the possibility of what life has to offer then one becomes closer to living a life filled with passion. Once we have or have found our passion in life we can then share it with others around us.

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The Book The Secret

Many people have read the book "The Secret", but for those that have not, it is well worth the time and money. If you do not like to read then you can get it on DVD or CD. I have all three. The best part is that you can share it with your children as well and have them begin to start their life thinking in a positive way rather then in a negative way. This will save them many years of trying to re-train negative thought patterns that develop into adult hood. I have been living the secret my whole life, but when I had a chance to read this book it helped me to put it into perspective on what I had already been practicing in my life and how to use it better. The part that I liked best about the book is when it talked about appreciation for what we do have rather than what we do not have. In that one statement it put the whole idea into a concept that I could grasp and when we can focus on the positive rather than the negative it simply makes us feel better and when we feel better about our life and ourselves we become more productive people in our own life, in our community and with the people that we love.

The Secret

What brings you passion in your life?

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      everythingsbaby 

      7 years ago

      my husband and my children. i love them so much, you can see them in my lens ways to have happy heart..

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      Carol Goss 

      7 years ago

      Probably my children

    • Dawn Michael PhD profile imageAUTHOR

      Dawn Michael 

      7 years ago from Thousand Oaks

      Thanks for the comment aesta 1 and Lisa

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      Mary Norton 

      7 years ago from Ontario, Canada

      Creating something.

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      Mary Norton 

      7 years ago from Ontario, Canada

      Creating something.

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      bigjoe2121 

      7 years ago

      my son, and my work :) and fun.

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