Religion has blinded many to the deeper meaning of Jesus' admonition to lose your life in order to find it. Everyone wants to live a life of purpose, peace, joy, and fulfillment, but few do so. There are very practical steps given to us in the Bible that lead to the treasure hidden within us, but these have been so coated with religious doctrine and dogma that we have lost their simplicity. The "psyche" is what Jesus said we must lose in order to find it. It is the white noise of your human thinking that prevents you from discovering your purpose. We are all born with an inner purpose and an outer purpose. Most people spend all their time trying to discover the outer purpose without ever coming to know their inner purpose. Once the inner purpose is discovered, it automatically brings purpose to everything in the outer realm. This book will help you discover and function in your inner purpose, which in turn will allow your outer purpose to emerge. Many people spend their entire life searching for purpose and meaning. I am no longer a seeker - - because I have found what I was looking for. The search was never meant to be eternal. Jesus made you a promise when he said, “Seek and you will find. There is a well know song sung by U2 whose words repeatedly say "I still haven't found what I've been looking for". Unfortunately, that is the lament of many. There are people who are proud to say that they are seekers. You would think, by their declaration, that seeking was an end in itself. However, Jesus did not say, “Seek, and you will never find” The purpose of seeking anything is to find it. So if you are a seeker, this book is for you. This book is also for those who have found. It is for those who have discovered that the search - - whether long or short, can produce that for which they sought. They do not need this book to help them find, but it will be a confirmation to their arrival. It is a good thing to seek, but a greater thing to find!