Living an extraordinary life may have different meanings to different people. Here are some definitions of an extraordinary life.
An Extraordinary Life Is:
- A life in which you are fully YOU in all your glory.
- A life that takes your breath away.
- A life of purpose, passion and fulfillment.
- A life so perfect for you that you could not imagine a better one.
- A life that makes you feel truly alive.
- A life that beckons you awake in the morning and gets you excited to start your day and keeps you up at night dreaming of eternity.
- A life you love.
- A life worth living.
- A life of happiness and authenticity.
- A life in which your dreams are realized.
- A life that supports you being at your best, living in the moment, and evolving beyond your wildest imaginations.
What an Extraordinary Life Is Not
It is not a life doing what you think everyone expects of you. Nor is it a life doing what your parents, boss, teachers or anyone else tells you to do. It is not a recycling of someone else’s ideas of the perfect life for you. Nor is it what your culture, generation or society says you should aspire to.
What an Extraordinary Life Feels Like
When you are living your extraordinary life, you feel deep inside you are on the right path—that you are exactly where you should be and you are doing what you were always meant to be doing.
Certainty replaces doubt. Invisible hands start opening doors for you. Mishaps become happy accidents and you are pulled along by the current of your life for a ride that is truly better and far beyond your dreams.
Events begin to unfold which allow you to discover who you really are and the power that resides inside of you. Extraordinary people start showing up in your life at just the right time. Signs guide your steps and you start to live within the flow of the Universe.
But what is truly amazing is that an extraordinary life is a life you truly love, not just settle for. And to make it a reality takes work. Fun, exciting, challenging, work … work you love … but nevertheless hard work … recognizing and following the signs, taking each step with courage and from a strong foundation.