Finally Answered! 3 Truths Behind Your Human Existence

Finally Answered: Why You Were Born Into This World In The First Place!

Have you always wondered why you came into existence? In this article, I will share with you three ultimate reasons as to you’re here on earth.

You’ll also learn the following:

  • Why being human makes you divine
  • The impact of rejecting parts of yourself
  • What all great teachers truly want us to achieve

Ready to know your true life purpose? Keep reading!

3 Reasons Behind Your Human Existence

There are three causes as to why an individual is brought into earthly existence: to experience the human condition, recognize that they are an extension of Souce or God, and fulfill their unique form of enlightenment.

3 Ultimate Truths Of Why You’re Here On This Earth

At some point, all of us have thought about why we were born into this world. Here are three eye-opening truths that will forever change your perspective.

#1 Experience the human condition

Experience the human condition

The human condition is the reason why we are here.

Being human is the point of the game, so to speak.

We, as Spirit, did not end up on earth to suffer or to be punished.

The long-term divine goal, so to speak, is to evolve humanity to a level where we are fully conscious, even physically, of WHat We Really Are.

And that, we are able to experience the bliss, power, love, and abundance of Spirit.

In a sense, we as the human race are somewhere in the adolescent stage of evolution, almost moving into the adult stage, and finally, the maturity stage.

Embrace Not Reject Your Human Experience

Embrace Not Reject Your Human Experience

There are a lot of individuals who view the human experience as unworthy.

At the same time, they hope to have self-fulfillment.

The reality is, that view is against your life purpose.

The human condition, with its amazing range of aspects, is one that is to be fully embraced and loved, as this is the only way to move it forward.

You cannot reject yourself, your body, or your life, and then look outside of it for salvation and hope to get it.

This is what happens when you deny an aspect of the following:

  • Physical Human Experience: When you reject this part of you, you automatically deny an aspect of your spirit and mind.
  • Spirit: The moment you push away this aspect of yourself, your physical human experience and mind are also denied.
  • Mind: When you reject your mind, you deny your spirit as well as your physical human experience.

Accepting does not mean agreeing with or even liking.

It is simply allowing, not resisting.

If you don’t like something you are experiencing, choose differently but this does not require rejecting what you don’t choose.

Part of the cultural story we live in says that there is something wrong with humans, that aspects of humanity are against God or whatever.

It is similar to saying that an ant cannot be good unless it strives not to be itself. 

Amazingly, you cannot know your Creator if you do not know yourself.

In the same way, you cannot be conscious of who you are if you deny yourself.

So, strangely it may seem, the very ideas that humans use to reach God actually separate them from the Creator.

The results in the physical world demonstrate this as well.

End The Shame Of Being Human

End The Shame Of Being Human

The shame of being human is extremely toxic.

It says there is something wrong with you as a human because you are human.

It is just an idea, yet it is believed in by much of the human race, with disastrous consequences. 

Let the ant be the ant, the fly be the fly, the fish be the fish, and the human be the human.

There is no mistake in their perfect construction.

Their purpose is to experience who they are, as they are, all aspects of divinity, creations of divinity, and divinity itself manifesting in a variety of forms for the sake of self-experience.

It is all divine!

That is an alternative perspective to the painful and judgmental one that says that it is all wrong and in need of fixing.

#2 Realize that you are God’s extension

Realize that you are God’s extension

The second reason that you are here on this earth is for you to recognize that you are an extension of God.

Most people cannot accept that they are God localized.

They are too ashamed of themselves (of humanity or the world) to possibly believe they can be that worthy.

Or, they are too afraid of the “wrath and punishment” that would come to them if they accepted themselves as such.

Where did they get that idea from?

Let us look at this perspective for a little while.

We will use the same evidence used by most people to deny that this is possible, that they can possibly be God localized, that all life can be God localized.

Here we go.

Many religions say that God is everywhere.


Everywhere means everywhere.

  • In the cat
  • In the ant
  • In the wife
  • In the rock
  • In the cells
  • In the child
  • In the water
  • In the leaves

But not just in, because there is no space or thing that God isn’t in.

And so, the Creator is not in these things but actually is these things because there is nothing else but God.

The religions also say that life (or humans, depending on the text you read, who wrote it, and how they understood it) were created in the image and likeness of God.

Image means of similar construction and likeness is of similar properties.

They also say that the creation is the son or the sum of God.

In that sense, it is Its Extension just like a ray of sunlight is an extension of the sun.

And no matter how far that ray travels from the sun, they are always connected.

The ray of sunlight that is warming your skin is still connected to the sun; it cannot be separated unless it ceased to exist, and in this case, there would be no ray of sun to begin with.

#3 Fulfill your unique enlightenment

Fulfill your unique enlightenment

The third and last reason for your human existence is for you to fulfill your unique enlightenment.

The best way to expound on this is to look at the great teachers such as Jesus, Buddha, and the many others who have walked this earth.


Jesus is on record, even in the bible, as saying he is the son of God.

He also tells the people around him, very clearly, that he and they were brothers (the same).

He even reminds the religious teachers of the time, “Is it not written in your books that ye are gods?”

He then reminded them that the things he can do, they will also be able to do, and even more. 



The Buddha did the same thing.

Both he and Jesus warned against being worshipped.

They reminded their followers, that eventually, they have to recognize they are the same and that they will have to stop pretending to be the student forever and take their rightful place.

Yet after hundreds of years, people started to worship them.

Their main teachings (the inner message, being) were ignored.

And instead, a collection of rituals and rules (the outer forms, the doing) took place.

Lost In Translation

Lost In Translation

Imagine that you met the Buddha today and spent a whole day with him.

Or with Jesus. It doesn’t matter.

Anyways, you spend the whole day with them. They talk and you talk.

At the end of the day, one of two things will be so.

Either you will have completely got it, awakened, and become just as they are but in your own way, uniquely enlightened, understanding their concepts perfectly.

Or you will understand them imperfectly, incompletely, and then start teaching people an incomplete version of what they showed you, in the capacity of your understanding at the time, which is based on your beliefs and how much you let go of them.

This is the situation the disciples faced.

And so did the people who, hundreds of years later, put together the religions based on these great teachers.

But imagine for a moment, if the vision held by these great teachers were to come true.

The Buddha was trying to help others find themselves and enlightenment.

So did Jesus, Krishna, and all the others.

Think for a moment.

What if the billions of people in this world were just like Buddha or Jesus?

What kind of a world would it be?

Miraculous? Peaceful? Loving?


Would it be judgmental, fearful, and restricted?

The answer is no.

And, would there even be a need for the kind of legal structure we have today?

That is a no as well.

Would there be an arms race?


Moreover, would there be a democracy?

Still no.

The thing is, democracy is not freedom.

Democracy is simply the right to vote, once every few years, for a “representative”. It is simply the rule of the majority (which often turns out to be majority money) over the wishes of the minority. That is all democracy is. It is not true freedom (besides the freedom to vote for a “representative” once every few years).

Human Yet Divine

Human Yet Divine

Anyway, the point is, Jesus, Buddha, and all the rest were trying to show people how to be:

  • Awake
  • Uniquely free
  • Enlightened in their own way

They were also teaching people how to be in touch with:

  • The love that they are
  • The love that is their heart
  • All the powers and possibilities that come with it

This is the possibility that is human yet divine!

Human is divine. They cannot be separated.

There is nothing to do.

Just to be yourself.

They tell you that humans are spoiled somewhere and that if they were allowed to be themselves, all hell would break loose.


At the core of the heart, of all hearts, is pure love.

It is only by staying away from the heart, the Self, that hell breaks loose.

One perspective you can have is that Jesus and Buddha and the rest of them are special, better than you, different, and unattainable.

That is a perspective.

Or you could see them as your brothers and sisters, humans just like you who have chosen to awaken to the truth about them and to their true divinity.

They are just like you, and they are:

  • Attainable
  • Accessible
  • Achievable

No different from you except in the experience that they have chosen for themselves.


I hope that this article has completely changed the way you see your existence.

If you want to learn more about this topic, my course Spirituality & The Subconscious Revealed & Reprogrammed will take your knowledge to a whole new level.

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Thank you very much for taking the time to read this and I’m thrilled to see you in the next one.

About The Author

David Cameron Gikandi

David Cameron Gikandi

A creative consultant on The Secret (2006) documentary, David Cameron Gikandi is an entrepreneur and manifesting coach and consultant for conscious entrepreneurs, leaders, life coaches who are looking to create more impact in their lives. He also helps them decode their essence so they can bring that into their lives, businesses, tribes and societies. He is also the author of A Happy Pocket Full of Money and other publications. David is also a futurist interested in blockchain technology which he believes will have wide-ranging applications including decentralized finance (DeFi). He holds a BSc. in International Business, an MSc. in Information Technology, a Dip. in Film Production, is a Microsoft Certified Solution Developer, and a Blockchain Revolution in Financial Services Specialization from INSEAD.

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