What was the last thing you remember being passionate about? Did you enjoy it today? Yesterday? This month? When was the last time you were passionate? Reclaim your passion now.
What did you love to do as a kid? As a young adult? 10 years ago? What did you used to do because you loved it, not because you were told it was the right thing to do? I bet you can think of something? Is it still part of your life? If it is, great, if not, why not?
If you gave up playing an instrument, riding a bike, painting, drawing, swimming, theatre, skating, spending time in nature, traveling or any other activity or interest that you once loved to do, now may be the time to take up that passion again.
If you don’t remember what it is that you used to be passionate about, you may want to think about the activities or interests that you used to love or the dreams that you always wished you could pursue.
Forgetting about what you love to do can be a form of self-sabotage, but just because we’ve decided to ignore our passions doesn’t mean they no longer exist. It is a shame not to fill the emptiness that remains in a space vacated by a passion. Time is precious and life is too short to stop doing what you love, and it is never too late to rekindle passion..
When you make an effort to invite passion into your life, a spiritual fire within you ignites and you feel excited, inspired, and energized. Life takes on greater meaning and joy.