How to Self Realize What You Actually Want?

Focus on what you really feel you want to do and have potential for.

You are here for a reason.

There is a purpose for your life. No matter whatever it is, it has something to do with your natural gifts, passions, and potential to make an impact on the world and bring value. Please don’t ever forget that. It could be inspiring people with your skills or make a difference in their lives by your actions or anything and you need to first self realize.

It all starts within.

Realize and then believe in your Infinite potential. Your only limitations are those you set upon yourself. know your core values and live accordingly because that shape how you view yourself, others, and the world around you.

What do you admire about people whom you find inspiring? Why?

How do you think these things could manifest in your own life? When was the last time that you felt very satisfied or fulfilled and why?

Forget about what other people see as impressive, great, or so on especially when you don’t have similar thoughts on few things. Focus on what you really feel you want to do and have potential for. Once you have a good idea of your core values, you will get to know what areas of your life need your attention the most and why.

It is important that you have sense of what your potential means to you.

If you are experiencing feelings of frustration or even regret about the direction of your career, personal life or anything like that, then it’s high time to audit yourself, and do the above to realize what you actually want from your life, and what’s the purpose of that infinite potential inside you.

It’s the process of self realization and it's the foundation of legacy.

And it’s not the easiest path. If you limit your choice only to what seems possible or reasonable, you disconnect yourself from what you truly want, and all that is left is a compromise and you don’t want that at-least not for long term.

Achieving your true potential will take time and effort.

I have seen many people stall their careers by playing it safe. Please don’t do that. Accept who you are and know your true potential and work for it. It all starts with realization.

So, start now!


Shivali Singla

Shivali Singla is a content writer, traveler, Influencer and avid book reader and reviewer. She is the founder of

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Robert Walls

Love it Love it love it Much love and Many Blessings.


I should also mention, after having read this, maybe I should re-think who I “really” am or wat to be. Having said all that in my other comment…. am I really who I “want”!to be. I’m not sure now.


Oh, I can so relate to this article too. I’ve started to realise that my purpose in life is to suffer first, in order to be able to help others later who suffer a similar issue. I’m here to listen, support and help others, often at the cost of my own wellbeing. Sometimes I feel good about helping people, other times it reminds me of my own traumas, which I have to deal with afterwards. I do think it’s a good feeling though, to be able to help others. The gesture is not always appreciated nor returned, but then, it can be in other ways. I don’t expect anything back, I just do it. My purpose is definitely to suffer and serve. I’ve realised this. People confide in me with problems because they know I can be trusted. Sometimes, I’ve wanted more exciting roles, but to help people is more rewarding, whether by the individual or the universe, or whatever. I’m going to read the article again, as I found it interesting and helpful. Thank you. I feel supported somehow.


These are awesome reminders for us to ponder as we move through life!

Mary Davis

Thank you for this reminder. It’s important to revisit many times in life as we change and grow. xo


help to old age widows is my dream project I am working for that purpose thank you