Thanks for your sad yet somewhat humorous story. I can relate especially now. Funny how we are conditioned & every workplace has it's form of job slavery where we all fall in line or God forbid if we dare not to follow the pack mentality we are out... It's the same today in the corporate world only we are ruled by endless boring meetings, the same office gossip happens in break rooms no smoking though. I get tired and bored with that part of the workplace & also knowing that it's not so much my knowledge & experience I am valued for it's typically whose higher up ass one kisses & that's just not me. I just want to do my job to the very best of my ability, collect my pay and avoid all the office conditioning...but it's not possible bc if I don't fit the "norm" even though I excel at my job it seems not to matter to anyone, sadly. In a perfect world I would do my job to the best of my ability & be satisfied not to participate in the "norms" with people who are mostly just getting by on office politics and gossip. I'm currently looking for employment somewhere better, I have faith I will find it. I have to or the future looks bleak & I can't, won't have that.
I know you are supporting a lot of folks at home, and have a lot of responsibilities for others. It's hard, when you feel like the work world doesn't support you.
I want to remind you: the Universe is supporting you. Even if you can't see it clearly, even if you aren't quite sure, it is happening, and it is real.
So... move out of hopeless negativity, and begin to ASK the Universe for what you would like, and begin to MOVE in that direction of that Flow. Negativity keeps you stuck. Belief and trust and love move you toward LIGHT.
You can do this Mindy. Begin to believe it.
I understand where you are coming from, Mindy. You sound like you are an empath, like me (I was even like you describe before my NDE). I am middle-aged now, and I still hate "office politics" and trying to win a popularity contents when we are there to "work"! The best job I ever had was working for a nice, older, husband and wife team. But they were so nice, and not competitive enough, that they went out of business after five years, so there I was having to go back and work in an office full of about 12 women and it was awful for the two of us that were nice folks that just wanted to get a long and do our jobs. It is really ridiculous out there. I think the best thing for us is to some how become self-employed. You know, open up a drive-thru coffee stand or something. So we are in control of our own destinies and we, of course would know how to treat people that would work for us.
I always look forward to your emails . Thank you so very much .
Thank you for your support, Sheryl!
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