People feel they are individuals. Ask them who they are and they list a series of identifications. But for most, those identifications that create their individuality are outward roles they are playing and have little to do with who they are. They say I am a rebel, I am a nurse, I am a mother, I am beautiful, I am angry, or I am worthless.
This is the reason people feel that spirituality is all about fixing or changing themselves. If I am angry, I need to fix myself. If I am worthless, I need to change that. If I am a mother, I am not a good enough mother and need to measure up. But people live in concepts that never measure up. It is this sense of individuality that creates separation from your true Self.
Spirituality is not about fixing or changing. True spirituality is about revealing what is already there, inside. What and who you identify as generally has nothing to do with awakening, enlightening, revealing or illuminating. Unfolding your essential Godhood is true spirituality. God is within you as your consciousness. Revealing That is true spirituality. Fixing or changing an identification is simply exhausting yourself trying to become what someone else thinks you should look or be like. Fixing or changing is an impossible goal because there is always someone, or some society, or some religion that will require you to morph into their version of right or best or good.
Your life’s purpose is not about becoming something other than who you already are. Purpose is illuminating what is hidden inside; your divinity. God became you to see through your eyes. God became you to feel love, kindness and compassion through your heart. God became you to express uniquely. God wrote the script and is acting all the parts in the play. There is no need to fix the play. Reveal who you truly are; God.