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Dear People,

Sadly, with the pandemic going on, a lot of people have lost their jobs or want to find a second job. For most people job hunting is a slog and getting rejection letters is super demotivating. I've heard often from people that it's so hard to keep yourself motivated and to move forward. So here are some tips and thoughts to reframe your job hunt and to hopefully enjoy it more.

You aren't being judged on your merits, you are competing with others
A lot of times people tell me how painful it is to hear that 'they aren't good enough' for the job. They feel discouraged, heart broken, rejected etc. The truth however is, that it's not about how good you are, but how good you are compared to other candidates.

You could be a 99% a great fit, but if there is somebody who is 100% you will not receive the job. Other candidates could have more experience, have a better click, more relevant certificates/schooling or any other part. While it sucks not getting a job offer, don't let it hurt your self esteem. There was just a better candidate.

It's not all about what they want - it's all about what you want
A lot of people enter their job interview nervously. Will I present myself well is foremost in their minds. They want to do their utmost to be the best candidate and impress their interviewers. While that commendable in some ways, it's also a recipe for disaster. It increases pressure and also moves past an important question: Do I want the job?

Everybody who ever found themselves working for a company that was unethical, had dramatic staff shortages or other major issues, knows how horrible it is to work in the wrong job. When you have an interview, you should be sure to also check quite diligently what you feel, think and notice. 
Keep your intuition primed for any signals and measure carefully if you want the job. Of course, if you have massive debt or a money problem, working somewhere 3-6 months is better than nothing, but often, that's not really the case. Waiting a few weeks or sometimes even days longer might net you a much better offer and keep you from being stuck at an employer or in a job that you will hate.
So be mindful of listening to your spirit and not your fear and move into the job that's right for you.
Finding the right job
When job hunting, it's important to do some introspection. I always notice how often people who come to me for job advice have no idea of what they want in a job. If a job is only a pay check to you, it's hard to find fulfillment and harder to convince a person to hire you. We like to see people passionate or at least happy about a job offer.
Taking the time to think of your perfect job, perfect company or perfect opportunity helps you connect to your path and your passion. You might notice that you would prefer to go for a higher paid position, switch industries or start work a business. 
Once you know what you want, I recommend visualization or law of attraction techniques to move forward rapidly, as well as keeping an active eye on job listings, sending out resumes etc. 

Want help finding the right job for you or an idea of what you can expect on the job front in the next few months? Book a session or a Reading with me.

Dear People,

I often get asked what the difference is between "being open to things" and actively connecting to God, Heaven or the Universe. For simplicity sake, I will be using God, as that's my belief system, but substitute it with any type of Higher Power that you are comfortable with. I will write about some ways to connect today, but there are many different ways that you can connect with God.

Active asking

The most simple way of actively asking for me is praying. When I pray, I often ask for wisdom, inspiration, support or direction, for myself and people I love. I take time then also to listen. Since I'm psychic, I often hear instructions or sense something or will dream something important after prayer. Prayer helps tune up the connection for me. For others, it might be meditation, silence, automatic writing or many other tools.


I wrote a blog post before on Asking for help with tips on how to ask for help in different ways.

Active lessons

I like to live a very conscious life, so I usually have a theme of the week, a monthly Reading and many other ways to actively connect to the lessons that are mine. I highly recommend doing this, either by using your intuition or choosing what you want to work on.


If you choose what to work on first choose a theme like for example growth, awareness, forgiveness, assertiveness etc. or a subject like for example relationships, work, career, health etc. Then, ask that you may actively receive lessons that day. 


You can receive those lessons by suddenly gaining insight during a conversation, by seeing a pattern in the world around you, by something that happens to you or by something you feel in your body. 


Personally, I like to use both ways often, by using introspection a lot and giving everything that happens in my life it's proper weight. I try to practice gratitude for the good and bad things that happen in my life.

Using my gifts

Another way to truly connect with God is to use the gifts I've been given. I love doing creative work and it helps me feel very close and connected. However, I also count cooking, enjoying food, helping others and many other talents as my gifts.


A lot of people feel deeply inspired or close to God when they work creatively. If you feel you can't be creative or block yourself, enjoying other people's creative work (music, books, tv etc.) can also help us actively connect to God.


So in summary, for me, actively connecting means I am taking an active role, either by doing something or by using introspection. Just being open, is a passive thing, that is just 'on' all day long. I prefer to do active things regularly, because when you live a busy life it's much easier to disregard signals consciously or not. 


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