Identify Self

Day 6 | Purpose

Why do we wake up each morning? What fuels our passion and sense of purpose? Let's explore the depths of our aspirations and unlock the key to what truly drives us

What is my purpose?

What am I passionate about?

Login to view.

Login to view.
Find My Purpose | North Node

Identify Purpose

  • Self-Reflection: Reflect on your passions, values, and interests. What activities bring you joy and fulfillment? What topics or causes are you naturally drawn to?
  • Strengths and Talents: Identify your strengths and natural talents. What activities do you excel at effortlessly? Your purpose may align with utilizing these gifts.
  • Impact on Others: Consider how you want to positively impact others or contribute to the world. Connecting your purpose to making a difference can be fulfilling.
  • Life Experiences: Examine your life experiences, both positive and challenging. Often, our purpose is intertwined with the lessons we learn and how we grow from them.

Examples of Purpose

Purpose can manifest in various forms, and it often depends on individual values, goals, and passions. Here are some examples of purposes:

  1. Career Fulfillment: Finding purpose in a chosen profession or career path, where one feels a sense of accomplishment and contribution to a larger goal.

  2. Personal Growth: Seeking continuous self-improvement and personal development as a life purpose.

  3. Family and Relationships: Nurturing and supporting family members, friends, and loved ones as a central purpose in life.

  4. Community Service: Devoting time and energy to community involvement, volunteering, and making a positive impact on society.

  5. Artistic Expression: Creating and sharing art, music, literature, or other forms of creative expression as a purpose.

  6. Environmental Stewardship: Contributing to the well-being of the planet through sustainable practices and environmental activism.

  7. Education and Knowledge: Aiming to acquire knowledge, educate others, or contribute to the advancement of human understanding.

  8. Health and Well-being: Focusing on physical and mental well-being, promoting a healthy lifestyle, and helping others achieve the same.

  9. Philanthropy: Dedication to philanthropic endeavors, supporting charitable causes, and making a positive impact on the lives of others.

  10. Spirituality: Finding purpose through spiritual or religious beliefs, seeking a connection to a higher power or a greater purpose in existence.

  11. Innovation and Entrepreneurship: Creating and innovating within business or technology, contributing to progress and advancement.

  12. Social Justice: Advocating for equality, justice, and human rights, and actively working towards positive societal change.

These examples illustrate the diversity of purposes that individuals can pursue, highlighting the subjective nature of purpose and the importance of aligning it with one's values and passions.

Understand Your North Node in Astrology

  • Astrological Birth Chart: Find your North Node and read about it. It represents your life path and the qualities you are meant to develop in this lifetime.
  • Opposite of South Node: The North Node is the opposite point to your South Node. While the South Node represents traits you've mastered in past lives, the North Node indicates new qualities to embrace for personal growth.
  • Zodiac Sign and House: The North Node is associated with a specific zodiac sign and house in your birth chart. Understanding the characteristics of this sign and the life areas represented by the house can provide insights into your purpose.
  • Challenges and Growth: Embracing the qualities of your North Node may feel challenging initially, but it signifies areas of personal growth. Work on developing these qualities to align with your life path.

Both approaches involve introspection and self-discovery. Combining different methods, such as meditation, journaling, or seeking guidance from mentors, can further aid in clarifying your purpose and aligning with your North Node's energies. Remember that your purpose is a dynamic aspect of your journey, and it's okay for it to evolve over time.


“Live the Life of Your Dreams: Be brave enough to live the life of your dreams according to your vision and purpose instead of the expectations and opinions of others.”
Roy T. Bennett, The Light in the Heart