This is very good advice: there is nothing more empowering than asking the Universe to help you in manifesting something, or asking it for guidance. You may have situations in your life where you don’t know what to do, or you can’t do something because of circumstances, but the Universe does. IT KNOWS THE BIGGER PICTURE, and knows why you have the desire to follow your bliss right now. It gave you the advice in the first place, as a stirring from your inner being, so it knows how to get you there. Ask if for guidance. Ask it to help you. Ask it WHAT IS MY PASSION IN LIFE? HOW CAN I BE OF SERVICE TO LIFE AND TO THE PLANET? WHAT DO I NEED TO DO? Ask these questions once, and then believe that THE UNIVERSE IS GUIDING YOU, and once that belief sets in, then the answers, guidance and synchronicities will start to come your way. Follow them and reach your bliss.
Follow your bliss ...... as if what ..... it's missing in some way ? If anything was missing from all of Existence, there could be no recognition of that anything as missing in the first place, for there wouldn't be any Existence AT ALL existing as "I'm missing Existence, I'm less-than Existence" ! There simply isn't any "two/other-ness" in BEING. Existence's Self-Existent Indivisible Self IS ONE and ALL.
I - ME - ONE - ALL - BLISS
Well there are some different perspective to answer this question. Firstly you can find bliss in obligations or lack of finances. Actually bliss doesn’t automatically always have to include finance or costs. Bliss can be found without any costs. It can be as simple as imaging yourself on a beautiful beach, or in a forrest, picturing yourself walking on the earth, breathing in the fresh air, imaging the sounds you would hear (and notice in doing just that you have a mini vacation without any expenditure!).
Another thought is that every moment in life is an opportunity for choosing to experience bliss. So for example, you could experience bliss whilst doing your laundry, ironing, cleaning etc. Its simply about choosing to experience bliss in doing so.
What if we turn our obligations into blissful experiences, ones that nurture and help us feel even better as a result of doing htem?