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Spring Cleaning – Materially and Spiritually

Soul Psychics wants to wish each and every one of you a very happy, peaceful and fun Easter holiday. Spring has finally sprung – bringing with it much renewed energy, new aspirations, and exciting new adventures for many. This season seems to be all about “spring cleaning.” Of course, not just in the material sense where we all clean out our closets, basements and garages of unwanted/unused items, but it has become quite apparent to me that many folks are also doing a lot of “spring cleaning” spiritually and mentally: letting go of past hurts, negativity, unsupportive relationships (both love and friendships), etc. Which to me actually makes a lot of sense if you really stop to think about it.Soul Psychics by Lisa Caza

Realize that the concept of spring cleaning in itself is to allow room to move and grow – and perhaps to even allow NEW interests, etc into our lives. Being able to move forward on our life paths has the very same concept. In order to make positive change or positive movement, or to  likewise pursue or create new adventures, paths or relationships that are much more positive, fulfilling and supportive of our growth and spiritual levels, we must sometimes “make room” by literally letting go of all the old and/or negative first.

I know that Daylight Savings Time is not practiced in every area of the world, however I wish for everyone to sit for a moment and seriously ponder the phrase that we think about when it comes time to change our clocks ahead: In spring we “spring forward” – in other words we turn our clocks 1 hour ahead. If you think for a moment, it’s almost as if there’s a blatant message in that. Every year it is a message that we are to move ahead on our paths in a positive manner. More growth, more renewal, more progress – moving forward once again.

Just as the trees blossom for another year, the flowers in our gardens bloom once more, baby bunnies and fawns being born, and the grass once again grows strong and green – nature is renewing her path each and every spring – with new beginnings and growth every time. I really don’t believe that there is any coincidence here – we too should be letting go, moving forward and starting fresh/anew with new goals, paths, and relationships. It was divinely meant.

Change is never easy – it can be very uncomfortable and in all actuality can also be rather scary. But realize that without change essentially we would NEVER have ANY positive in our lives. We would never learn, grow and change as a result. If you think about it, why change if everything is always positive in our lives? There would be no real incentive for anything. And really, I personally believe that life would be very boring! We only change when we don’t like something or feel uncomfortable about something. We only take action when Divine throws some negativity at us along our paths. Change … and yes even us feeling some negativity once in a while … is necessary for our growth, learning, and overall success along our life and spiritual paths.

Remember that every change process and negative event in the end brings about positive change and forward movement for us. No matter how difficult or hurtful that change process may be at the time. And most definitely – you are never alone and Divine never throws at us anything that we ourselves could not feasible handle emotionally, spiritually and psychologically. We WILL get through the changes and we WILL be in a more positive place afterwards.

As a last note, also remember that everything happens for a reason folks. Spring and the concepts of “spring cleaning,” forward movement/progress, and positive change – it’s all connected it seems. Take advantage of this wonderful new beginning!

By Lisa Caza, Soul


How To Find Your Soul Job

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Plato, an ancient Greek philosopher, originated the theory of soul mates. He believed that humans were born with 4 arms, 4 hands, and 2 faces. Zeus, Greek King of Gods, saw this as a potential threat and split everyone in half; thereby, condemning everyone to a life of trying to find their other half in order to be whole.

In modern day life, we consider our soul mate as someone who has similar characteristics, dislikes and likes, as well as compliments our differences. What if the same concept applied to finding our “soul job?” This would be a job that we enjoyed going to everyday, yes, there would be some bad times as well as good times, but there is still a sense of fulfillment and gratification at the end of the workday. It is important to note that a soul career/job doesn’t have to satisfy us financially, but gratify us emotionally and intellectually. Here are a few tips in finding and “mating” with your soul job:

  1. Find a career/job that you would enjoy, even in the most challenging times.
    We all know that it can’t be peaches and cream everyday. For example, firemen realize that they are going to be saving lives and going into fire and smoke-filled homes and buildings to save lives, but they still do it. They understand the threats and still come to work everyday and give 110%. You can do the same.
  2. Explore the unexpected. Think outside the career box.
    Ever thought about working in a job that you would otherwise think unsuitable for you? Currently, you may be a clerk or cashier in a retail store, did you ever think about being a doctor or a nurse? Think about why you haven’t started on the journey to being who you want to be, and then think about what it takes to become whole and get the job you really want. It may seem frightening at first, because you are considering the time, money, and effort, but wouldn’t it be worth it? Aren’t YOU worth it?
  3. Conduct research
    After thinking about what you really want to do, determine what steps you will need to complete to accomplish your goals. Will you need to go back to school? How long will it take? Do you know someone already in the field that can give you advice and even be a mentor? Now is the time to begin living the dream that will become a reality. Be realistic, you know you won’t be a certified nurse in a year. Realize time constraints, be optimistic. This will make getting your soul job all the more satisfying.
  4. Look for alternative opportunities within your current employer.
    So you like the company you are with, but the job position isn’t really what you want to do. Be consistent and check the job board or company listings. Be subtle and let people know you are interested in taking on more responsibilities in order to reach your goal within the company. If the job you desire requires more education or experience, refer back to tip #3 and research what you need to do to get to where you want to b

It takes some people a lifetime to find a soul mate, and some are still unsuccessful. Finding a ‘soul job’ requires keeping an open mind, being persistent and ambitious. Does your half have what it takes to get what you want to become whole?

Written by Dewoun M. Hayes. Dewoun has worked as an administrative professional for over 15 years, starting as a legal secretary. She writes at the Office Professionals Place, a blog that is committed to training, educating, and consulting professionals with the necessary tools, tips, and techniques needed to institute the “pro” in professional.