Originally Posted by Summerbreeze
Everything makes more sense, when we go deeper.
But there is one thing, that I suspect is difficult for others, because it is what I'm struggling with the most.
I heard that we want to give up in the long run everything that feels like "work".
I personally can feel that somehow, because many things simply don't make sense.
My guides said I don't have to do, what I'm doing now, I can't accept that but realize something in it at the same time.
I have the concern to be not able to make a living otherwise.
How do others go from a normal career to a alternative career?
I experienced something similar a few months ago when I realized all my toil and suffering had to do with trying to make a living. For me, I had to shift my focus and priority in the sense that, instead of placing importance on money making and job attaining, I focused on doing what felt right to me.
Eg: I love caring for others and helping out others. Nursing lets me do that. However, I hate pathophysiology/ pharmacology and hospitals. But, hospital nurses get paid a lot of money. It seemed to be the only thing I COULD do to make a lot of money and live the life I thought I needed
to live. Sooo, I dropped the idea of needing to work at a certain place and accepted that I could do something else and live with less stuff and more inner peace.