March 13, 2014

Creeping Sadness.


When your mind and heart are truly open abundance will flow to you effortlessly and easily.


In mid-January I was laid off of a job I had for almost 25 years. That work environment had become very toxic over the past 2 years and was beginning to affect my health and my positive perspective so all in all it is going to be better for me in the long run. I have been able to survive through this difficult transition because of my supportive family and the Desire and Destiny meditations I recently completed. Now that I finished those meditations I am noticing some sadness sneaking back into my thoughts. What would you recommend I do to continue on the right road in my life's new journey? I am still looking for employment and have started to create a possible business of my own so I want to remain as positive as I possibly can:) Thank you!


You said you have gone through a difficult transition recently, so if you sense some sadness creeping into your mind, that is likely the healthy psychological adjustment that accompanies letting go of an old part of your self before the transition. That loss of the old self will involve a grieving process, and if you don’t attend to that, you will start to feel sad. I suggest that you find closure on your difficult transition. Celebrate the gift of your past experience to find the freedom to move into the present wiser but unencumbered.


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  3. Bruno Fornaro

    Love this story. I am in the same situation you are in. I lost my job 2 years ago after 26 years of gruelling work and service. No severance package, nothing. The work situation in the past 7 years that I was there was literally hell!!! Changeover in management. People would say to me look for something else, but where I am from, good jobs are hard to come by. Plenty of call centre and retail and restaurant work and that's it. My advice, Take it one day at a time. Exercise, pray, and eat well. There are really bad days for me too, but then I will either go for a long walk or have a really good work out. CAREER CHANGE TAKES TIME!!! GIVE YOURSELF THE GIFT OF TIME. Journaling also helps. Document on how you feel everyday. Good Luck to you and I hope my advice helps you. From: Maria

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