If it’s one thing I experience often, its vibrational shifts. I am constantly changing (no I’m not bragging). It seems like I’m often saying goodbye to relationships that no longer match my frequencies; jobs that taught me as much as possible, and old habits I grew out of. This may sound super easy and even though it’s normal for me, I don’t think I could ever get used to it.
When you develop close connections with others and get used to your surroundings it’s hard to just up and leave…well for me at least. I’ve had 7 different jobs (going on 8) in the past six years and I still cry every time I have to leave. Experiencing vibrational shifts will make you want to change your surroundings and find a new pace of work. If you’ve already found your niche it could be time for you switch into a higher position, move to a new company, or even start your own.
Pay attention to any signs you may receive or any new thoughts you may have. Not everyone is meant to be in one job forever and if you’re not doing what you love but you need a source of income, use those jobs as stepping stones and not crutches; words from my momma. Don’t stick around just for the money & benefits. When it’s time to let go just trust that your needs will be taken care of regardless of the circumstances. I know that it’s hard to have faith when you have no idea what’s going to happen but stay positive.
Once you’re on a new wavelength your relationships will change. If their frequency doesn’t match yours they will eventually leave your life. Whether they remove themselves or you get rid of them. It’s way easier when they leave on their own because you’ll have less worries. I’m not really sure why but I don’t cry when I lose friends. When they go, I get flabbergasted for a short moment and then I’m like, “ehh.” I get over it faster. People come and go. I guess that can be said for jobs too but I take pride in my work. And now that sounds bad because it seems like I care more about work than people. Ehh…
You’ll want more alone time to readjust. I usually need a few weeks alone. I’ve been back in Cleveland for almost 3 weeks now and I still haven’t seen my friends. I absolutely love them but I tend to be a little insensitive if I don’t get enough time to myself. Especially after moving from a city and leaving a job. I really did miss them but I don’t want to scare them away.
I shed some old habits along the way too. My extreme laziness changed while I was away. I have a bit more patience and understanding of others. Don’t be afraid to let things go. I know that some people feel like they need to hold on to whom they’ve always been but have no fear. You’re supposed to change so just let it go.
Right now I just want to pay homage to my library job in Vegas. Yes, I did cry and yes, I do miss them very much. Those were some of the best, most exciting moments of my life. I wish I had a chance to sit-in on at least one story time. If any of you ever read this, please stay amazing.
Since I’m being a little soft right now so I’ll go ahead and say that I miss my little brother and my Nia too. I had to leave them so they could live their little adult lives. No matter what, they will be two of my favorite people ever (even if they never see this).