Years ago I heard about how intention had power and how it could be used to shape one's reality, I was very interested in new age and things like the
law of attraction. I tried at the time but I didn't notice any change so I became uninterested.
But a strange thing happened or at least unusual enough for me to post about it. After 8 months of looking for a job and not being succesful I read an
article about finding work and one's attitude. That day I changed my attitude and intention I had towards future employers from "Please help me out
and hire me" to "Let me help you out with that".
Within a few weeks I became more succesful and got more invitations to job interviews. After a few interviews I landed a job and I really feel lucky
because it's very different from my previous jobs, all coworkers are nice and decent people, no negativity, hardly any pressure. I really believe I
attracted this job because I changed my intent and my previous jobs were less nice because I had a wrong intention towards work.
So maybe this helps other people looking for a job but not getting anything.
This certainly might help. I have been job hunting for the last year after the trades took a hit. Maybe this could be the trick after sending
hundreds of resumes and filling out just as many applications.
Seems what you're saying is you went from "I want to flip burgers because I need a job." to " I want to flip burgers because I can't get enough. I
love the industry and the people. Let me help you flip burgers better."
You invested yourself in the job. You got interested. Once you were interested, you could coast on the positive energy.
So like focus on the job not on the desire to have a job.
edit on 5-5-2015 by jonnywhite because: (no reason given)
I'd rather sit at home all day and ponder life's wonders, just kidding or am i, anyway the power of intent has always been something that anyone
into metaphysics or meta-magick will tell you is real, it just depends on your mind set in terms of the perceptual mater.....
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