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« on: June 27, 2015, 18:05:25 »

This may seem corny or desperate but I have some idea's on a career change seeing as I am unhappy in my current line of work and want to train/learn to do something else but there are so many people doing so many courses these days for so many over saturated markets. I really don't want to go back to college to waste time in course to learn skills for jobs that are just redundant and over saturated now.

I was thinking if I can get into the astral I could contact my spirit guide who may be able to point me in the right direction here but would this really work? perhaps they would peer into the future and say what might be worth trying to do in the future. I have been to regular career councillers and they all just say the same thing about what I can do to gain the education for it but NONE of them can tell me whether its really in demand anymore or not.

Like so many others these days I really don't want to try to get work in something that is really not in demand anymore.
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« Reply #1 on: June 27, 2015, 19:15:47 »

Whatever you do, nothing will happen unless you make it happen.  You have to actually get out there and do something yourself to change your reality.

I don't think you need to contact anything non-physically to know what you want to do with your life.  Most people try to do what they think they will enjoy doing... but, fact of the matter is, most people don't end up doing that.

Just remember that the point of life isn't what you work towards doing... I'm not saying you can't REALLY ENJOY whatever job you have, but it's not the point of life.  The point of life is interaction with your fellow consciousnesses here.  Learning to interact with those consciousnesses with Love.  THAT is the point.

This reality improves each time one person learns this lesson and incorporates it into their own consciousness.

So whatever you decide to do, do it FOR Love and do it OUT OF Love.  At least try.  Smiley
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« Reply #2 on: June 27, 2015, 19:28:29 »

You can try and you may be given clues, but the real learning process is for you, placed in this environment to figure it out on your own. Why don't you get a pen and a paper, write down everything that fascinates you, excites you, gives you joy. Then research the occupations that are related to what you like. Then research the salary and market demands, education requirements, and you can come up with a few options. My opinion is that education is never a waste of time. You also have to be willing to start with a lower levels in order to get in, then prove yourself and grow in your career.
I like my job and it pays really well, but if I was younger and just starting college, I would spend more time thinking what fascinates me the most and get that exact education, instead of going with the demands of the market. My parents pushed me towards economics, marketing, business, because that was on demand back then, and it sounded ok to me. Well despite that, my path lead me to another field and I used my degree to get the job I liked, so it was not a waste at all, but now, I would have loved to have finished physics or cosmology instead and be one of those scientists like Michio Kaku, who is trying to link the laws of physics here with the laws of the non physical.
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« Reply #3 on: June 28, 2015, 07:41:31 »

You don't need any Dream, Don Juan nor Monroe. Don't avoid the material world.

Use your brain. WRITE what you're thinking. Then, read that, and write again.

Wait one day. Read that, and write again.

Etc...

That will help you to think better. Do what you like!
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« Reply #4 on: June 30, 2015, 22:51:07 »

ok I'll assume the answer is a straight forward 'No'. I really wasn't looking for pep talks from everyone. Just forget it.
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« Reply #5 on: July 01, 2015, 00:36:22 »

ok I'll assume the answer is a straight forward 'No'. I really wasn't looking for pep talks from everyone. Just forget it.
That's just it... we're not saying "no".  We're saying "ehhhhhhh maybe".  Wink

You can do anything you want in relation to the non-physical.  That's true.
BUT we're saying that you don't need the non-physical in order to make a decision.
Find something you ENJOY doing, then work towards it.

For example, I enjoy teaching people to project, but I can't really make a living doing that, so I do other things as main source of income... and I do this teaching thing on the side as what I enjoy doing.  Smiley

Just find something you want to do, then try to move towards trying to create a career in it.
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« Reply #6 on: July 01, 2015, 01:27:31 »

Just find something you want to do, then try to move towards trying to create a career in it.

uh yeh rite dude lol you see how many college and uni graduates have tried following paths doing jobs they want to do and finding the markets in those jobs to be over saturated and find themselves unemployed for years or doing jobs that are totally different from what they set out to do? anyway lets leave that discussion for another forum.

I was looking for a little meta-phyiscal information really not all this 'follow your dreams' lame garbage that everyone seems to say these days without realizing the harsh reality. I don't expect the astral to give me the key to finding the perfect job and perfect method getting there but I was hoping it could at least be used to guide one roughly in the right direction rather than one pursuing something that ends up useless (an over saturated or grossly underpaid market).
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« Reply #7 on: July 01, 2015, 01:41:57 »

uh yeh rite dude lol you see how many college and uni graduates have tried following paths doing jobs they want to do and finding the markets in those jobs to be over saturated and find themselves unemployed for years or doing jobs that are totally different from what they set out to do? anyway lets leave that discussion for another forum.

I was looking for a little meta-phyiscal information really not all this 'follow your dreams' lame garbage that everyone seems to say these days without realizing the harsh reality. I don't expect the astral to give me the key to finding the perfect job and perfect method getting there but I was hoping it could at least be used to guide one roughly in the right direction rather than one pursuing something that ends up useless (an over saturated or grossly underpaid market).
You're over-thinking things... kind of what all those unemployed college and university graduates did.  Wink
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« Reply #8 on: July 01, 2015, 04:05:29 »

You're over-thinking things... kind of what all those unemployed college and university graduates did.  Wink

doesn't matter what they thought they still ended up not doing what they wanted to do. I appreciate you have the whole 'the grass is always greener' attitude but sometimes you gotta be realistic and its not always as good as you want it to be.

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« Reply #9 on: July 01, 2015, 07:29:07 »

doesn't matter what they thought they still ended up not doing what they wanted to do. I appreciate you have the whole 'the grass is always greener' attitude but sometimes you gotta be realistic and its not always as good as you want it to be.
It has nothing to do with attitude... well, okay, it does... but it has more to do with your perspective.

Think less with your Brain and more with your Heart.  Smiley

As I said before...
I have a job.  It can be SUPER boring at times... and the rest of the time it's meh.  BUT... that's not the fun part of my job.  The fun part of my job actually has absolutely nothing to do WITH my job.  The fun part of my job is everyone else around me.  They make my job fun and interesting.  

From the muffins we get baked in our kitchen every few days... to the lady who sits behind me crazily and randomly singing "JESUS IS A FRIEND OF MINE!"... It's never a dull day where I work.  Smiley

I COULD just look at the boring part of my "administration"-type job and think... "wow, my job sucks...", but there's so much more to life than just that.  The interactions with those around us *IS* the point.

My point I SHOULD have made before isn't really that you're over-thinking things... you're just thinking with the wrong part of yourself.  Smiley
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« Reply #10 on: July 01, 2015, 18:50:36 »

I was going to go to college to become a nurse but after seeing that this career has a lot of stress I decided to instead go with Occupational Therapy. And I can start making good money right out of getting an associates. So that is what I am doing.
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« Reply #11 on: July 01, 2015, 19:41:46 »

I was going to go to college to become a nurse but after seeing that this career has a lot of stress I decided to instead go with Occupational Therapy. And I can start making good money right out of getting an associates. So that is what I am doing.
It sounds like you made the choice based upon the path of least resistance... honestly, I did the same thing back in college... and I'll tell you this: I completely and 100% regret it.
Which of those paths do you figure would have given you the greatest satisfaction in the long term?
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« Reply #12 on: July 01, 2015, 20:34:33 »

It sounds like you made the choice based upon the path of least resistance... honestly, I did the same thing back in college... and I'll tell you this: I completely and 100% regret it.
Which of those paths do you figure would have given you the greatest satisfaction in the long term?
I think Occupational Therapy will give me the job satisfaction in the long term. I don't think I might have a very hard time being a nurse, I mean they are constantly running around and are extremely busy many times. Nurses are under staffed and probably under paid. I just don't want to be treated like that especially given my health problems I've dealt with in the past. I am luckily enough to even make it out of college at this point in my life.
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« Reply #13 on: July 01, 2015, 20:38:04 »

Xanth I can see someone that has a low stress job just standing around all day or working on a machine. But as a Occupational Therapist I can interact with clients, meaning be social, and get creative on what the client needs. So IMO there is a big difference between a low stress job where you are standing around all day pulling levelers or whatever versus a low stress job where your helping people get better, being social, and coming up with creative ideas to help your clients.
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« Reply #14 on: July 01, 2015, 20:39:01 »

If you don't mind me asking Xanth what kind of job/career did you decide to take up that you didn't like?
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« Reply #15 on: July 01, 2015, 23:12:27 »

Xanth I can see someone that has a low stress job just standing around all day or working on a machine. But as a Occupational Therapist I can interact with clients, meaning be social, and get creative on what the client needs. So IMO there is a big difference between a low stress job where you are standing around all day pulling levelers or whatever versus a low stress job where your helping people get better, being social, and coming up with creative ideas to help your clients.
One can "be social" in just about any job.  Remember, your job is simply what you do to earn money so you can survive.  I've always said my life begins at 5pm.  Smiley

I know a few nurses, dated one at one point.  Nasty stories.  LOL
In Toronto, most hospitals are understaffed. 

If you don't mind me asking Xanth what kind of job/career did you decide to take up that you didn't like?
I went to school originally for Programming, mostly because at the time I ENJOYED it.
However, after I went through a few years of it... school utterly destroyed my love of programming.  I used to make applications and games for my own enjoyment.  It took me a good 6 - 8 years after college in order to get back into the paces of even wanting to consider to enjoy programming again.  LoL
From time to time I dabble in it again.

I accidentally fell into the field of office administration... and I've been doing that ever since. 
I've worked in the car wash industry, interior design industry, and now I'm working in the film industry.
My current job is probably more stressful than the other industries I've worked in, but as I said, the people here make it all worthwhile.  Smiley
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