I was sitting outside this morning enjoying my coffee in the sunshine and was observing a small garden spider busily weaving a web. The spider was working around and around at what seemed to be break-neck speed for a spider but the weaving was incredibly accurate and perfectly geometrical.

Even though the work was done at speed it appeared to be effortless….

This observation caused me to reflect the effortlessness that we experience we are doing the things that we love to do and how the world arranges itself for us to pursue our highest visions of ourselves when that vision is in alignment with our true nature…

I also reflected upon how the world puts roadblocks in our way when we are not living with true honesty and integrity…

I thought back to my days on the Pro Golf Tour and how exciting it was at the beginning, but also how tired I was after four years of touring which ultimately lead to an emotional breakdown…

And two years after quitting the Pro Golf Tour, I had created the life that most people dream of – a good well-paid job, a beautiful partner, friends and I lived close to the beach. My life was perfect!

Or was it?

I was still restless. My soul was not happy…

You see, on that profound evening in a Sydney hotel two years earlier, when I had my emotional breakdown, I thought that I felt empty and exhausted because I didn’t have a normal life. Yet there I was, two years later, I had a very “normal”, in fact I had a very privileged life and yet I still wasn’t feeling content or fulfilled…

No one could understand me and I even went to counselling to try to learn how to conform to a “normal” way of living…

It didn’t work by the way…

Then one Sunday afternoon I was at home relaxing and I noticed a book on the couch; it was written by Martin Luther King titled “A Testament of Hope”…

At that point in my life I had an aversion to the word “God” as I had grown up with the concept of God being “big brother” looking over one’s shoulder or something of the like. But what was interesting is that I fully understood the concept of god, the universe or whatever other name you want to use, from reading this book and I looked up to the sky and said…

“Ok you big Kahuna, what do you want me to do?”

The answer was loud and clear!

This was the turning point for me because my soul’s (worldly) purpose was made obvious to me over the next few months… and it was that I am to help other people to live rich fulfilling lives by bridging the gap between the Inner (spiritual) world and the Outer (material) world… 

That was over 20 years ago now and I am still blown away by how things naturally and automatically work out for me because I am “living on purpose”…

Okay, now it is time for some honesty…

Are there hidden dreams and desires that you have been suppressing?

What is it you really want to achieve or experience?

Do you have a fear of not being good enough to go after what it is you want?

Are you working a job for money and security only?

If money was no object what is it that you would want to do with your days?

Who are you?

What is it that you are here to do?

What is it that makes you happy?

When you can answer these questions, quickly and succinctly you will also be living on purpose…

Live at 100%…

Rohan