Start your week by connecting with the big picture of your life!

by | April 28, 2021

Start your week by connecting with the big picture of your life
We tend to lose ourselves in our daily routines and life situations to the point of forgetting why we’re alive and what we’re meant to do here.

We go through the motions but are disconnected from the meaning and purpose of our actions.

Or perhaps we’ve never connected with the big picture of our existence in the first place.

Try this:

Close your eyes, take some deep breaths, and come into the present moment.

Imagine you’re at the finish of life—just before or after.

Feel deeply into it.

Let your imagination fill in the experience.

From this place, look back over your life and sense, intuit, observe why you were here and what you were meant to do.

Don’t strive for immediate answers.

Just feel and look at your life, and wait until the answers come to you naturally.

Then, contemplate how you can live this life purpose in an intentional way.

Also, identify what’s against you doing this, and imagine ways to work on this.

Don’t just live the little ‘you’ in your daily goings on; live the big YOU all the time.

Rock yer week!

Dr. Zwig
©2022 Dr. Adam Zwig

Meet Dr. Adam Zwig—psychologist-musician, educator, and author. He holds a PhD in clinical psychology, has had 9 Top Ten hit singles on the U.S Adult Contemporary charts, and is an internationally renowned workshop leader and lecturer. He has been featured on Billboard, SiriusXM Radio, CBS Radio, and many other stations, and in People Magazine, SPIN, Pollstar, and many other publications. Dr. Zwig has released 7 albums, and his music can be heard on National TV, including NBC, Fox, and Fuel TV. He has more than 160 million views on YouTube, over half a million social media followers, and has scored in the top 10% of rock artists streamed on Spotify in 2022. His forthcoming book, Music in the Mayhem: Tales of Total Transformation from a Rock n Roll Psychologist, shows how life problems are not pathological but rather personal growth processes trying to happen. His podcast, The Dr. Zwig Show, posts new episodes every Wednesday.

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