Deep down, what is important to you? What do you want your life to stand for? What sort of qualities do you want to cultivate as a person? How do you want to be in your relationships with others?
The concept of Ikigai (生き甲斐) is composed of two Japanese words: "Iki" referring to life, and "Gai", which roughly means “the realization of what one expects and hopes for”. Unpacking the word and its associated symbol a bit further, Ikigai is seen as the convergence of four primary elements:
What you love (your passion)
What the world needs (your mission)
What you are good at (your vocation)
What you can get paid for (your profession)
Having purpose is a powerful contributing factor to one’s health and vitality. Instead of falling into the trap of living an ideal life that the rest of society wants you to live, my goal is to help you discover your purpose so that your life can align with your personal values.