The Manifesting Series: Career

The Manifesting Series: Career

Manifesting your dream career requires aligning your thoughts, beliefs, and actions with your career aspirations. Two years ago, I embraced the Great Resignation, leaving a secure position with Fulton County Schools to expand my business and transition into technology. Fast forward to April 25th, I have become a Learning & Development Specialist at a software company. My salary has increased by over 30%, the position is remote, offers global opportunities, immediate benefits, and the freedom to dress as I please in the office. Indeed, there will be no policing of my aesthetic!

In manifesting my dream career, the first step I took was stepping into my power. I reclaimed my inherent authority and activated it. Being an Aquarius, I have a natural affinity for technology and future ideas, which further fueled my passion. Additionally, as a Manifesting Generator in Human Design with a Defined Sacral, I realized that I don't have to attract opportunities; I simply have to say YES to the things that light me up and empower me. I embraced the flow of life and trusted my gut response, regardless of whether others understood my choices.

The journey towards my dream career took me two years. Why did it take this long, you may wonder? Well, it was because I had to unlearn all the beliefs and expectations about career success that were instilled in me by my parents and society. As an Aquarius, I am already inclined to be a rebel, but as a Xennial, I also honor the wisdom passed down by my parents.

So, without further ado, let's delve into how I manifested my dream career:

1. Clarify Your Vision: Take time to clearly define what your dream career looks like. Consider the specific job role, industry, work environment, and even the salary or benefits you desire. Visualize yourself already in this career and imagine how it feels.

2. Set Intentions: Write down your career goals and intentions. Be specific about what you want to achieve and when you want to achieve it. Setting clear intentions helps you focus your energy and attention towards your desired outcome.

3. Believe in Yourself: Cultivate a strong belief in your abilities and worthiness to have your dream career. Replace any self-limiting beliefs with positive affirmations and self-empowering thoughts. Believe that you have the skills, knowledge, and qualities necessary to succeed.

4. Take Inspired Action: Manifestation requires taking action towards your goals. Identify the steps you need to take to move closer to your dream career and start taking action. This may involve updating your resume, networking, gaining relevant skills or qualifications, or exploring new opportunities.

5. Visualize and Feel Success: Regularly visualize yourself already living your dream career. Imagine the tasks you're doing, the people you're working with, and the achievements you're experiencing. Feel the emotions of success and fulfillment as if it has already happened.

6. Practice Gratitude: Express gratitude for the career opportunities and experiences you have had so far, as well as for the future success you are manifesting. Cultivating gratitude helps shift your focus towards abundance and attracts more positive experiences.

7. Stay Persistent and Resilient: Manifesting your dream career may take time and effort. Stay committed to your goals, even in the face of challenges or setbacks. Stay open to learning, adapting, and growing along the way.

8. Surround Yourself with Support: Seek out mentors, coaches, or supportive individuals who can provide guidance, encouragement, and accountability. Surrounding yourself with positive influences can help you stay motivated and inspired on your journey.

Remember, manifesting your dream career is not solely about wishing or visualizing, but also about taking inspired action and staying committed to your goals. By aligning your thoughts, beliefs, and actions with your desired career, you can create the opportunities and experiences that lead you to your dream career.

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