Psychic Reading Hidden Self
We all have a hidden Self, or more accurately, several aspects of our personalities that we keep submerged most of the time. These submerged elements of ourselves are very important because amongst them areburied memories of the person we were born to be. Most adults do not have memories of their very early childhoods. Time and the acquisition of an ‘acceptable’ social Self have long buried the experiences we had during that crucial period of our initial development. Often clients come to me when they need to recover that buried side of themselves when something like making a decision about changing jobs or seeking clarity with regard to the well-being of someone they love suddenly becomes an issue for them. I have found that in these cases, my psychic sense picks up on things that lay buried for decades under the ‘official’ social Self. When a client is on the verge of making a major life change, it is the deepest Self that they need access to because that core identity is not encumbered by ‘shoulds’. The deepest Self sees clearly and knows what the social self cannot see, that life is much less complicated than we usually make it and finding our path in life is not as difficult as walking a path that is not our own.
Psychic Reading Hidden Self
Few of us are fortunate enough to do what we are for a living. We have been schooled through generations to believe that our natural inclinations and innate abilities are not as valuable as acquired economic roles would be. The world has become so over-crowded and complex that new job categories have to be created all the time IF we want to keep the present structure going. We need to ask ourselves, however, just how far we are willing to fit ourselves into these categories that are often arbitrary and require us to leave our real Selves at home during the workday. That means we must function as an artificial self for at least a third of our lives! As thousands more people are laid off every week in countries all over the world, finding our Right Livelihood is more important than ever. Notice of lay-off may also be a wake-up call to realise that we do have other possible ways to live, ways that make us less vulnerable to the vagaries of the marketplace.
The Right Path For You
It has been my experience that a job loss often acts as a trigger to make us reconsider who we actually are and how we can bring our economic identities into closer alignment with our true Self. I discovered shortly after opening my professional practice as a psychic that I had a ‘knack’ for identifying the sort of work that people were naturally suited to. I would sometimes sense objects around them that gave me a clue to what they were really suited to and would be happier doing. I’ve had clients who spent decades building careers that at the outset of their work lives had seemed ‘ideal’ at least in economic terms but a crisis in which that economic identity is challenged can often reveal deeply buried dissatisfaction. The assumed necessity of finding a job, any job, can panic people into disastrous decisions based on their unquestioned assumption that ‘they don’t have a choice’. Of course, there is always a choice but facing it may be so threatening to one’s identity and the financial expectations of those dependent upon us that we dare not acknowledge that. Sometimes a complete re-structuring of our lives is a painful but necessary alternative to gradually losing not only a job but one’s home as well. There are other choices but there are no shortcuts throught the process of change. Facing financial disaster is no joke but neither is spending one’s life in the wrong sort of job. That is the slow death of the Self that millions of us suffer for years. What is the alternative? If you are facing redundancy you need to do a deep examination of your life from every angle beginning with uncovering your true Self. If you try to skip this essential step in life, you may find yourself in worse straits later.
Both of the books cited above are excellent. Both are written by professional career specialists with years of ‘in the trenches’ experience. What both have in common is the conviction that a career crisis is more than anything else an opportunity to find a way to make a living that is deeply harmonious with your true Self. This is not ‘pie in sky’ or ‘new age nonsense’; doing for a living something that is not in harnony with you are can result in heart attacks, strokes, accidents, poor choices regarding health and well-being, and the loss of far more than a job.
If you are facing a potential job crisis and feel that you need some insight into a field of work that would make be more congruent with your essential Self, contact me for a Career Reading.
© Delia O’ Riordan 2012