Everyone wants that one job that allows them to evolve to the next level without actually spending too much time and effort to find it.
It may be simple on paper, but finding your career and ensuring that thing stays strong and solid for years to come is no easy feat.
That is why we need to get some spirit help to guide us and bring us to that higher level – where we are satisfied and certain that our employment is the next level for us, and one fallen angel can help us here …
Chahuiah – Developing your vision for what you want out of your career so that you can find your ideal job or career; allows you to find and secure the perfect position for long term employment that you can grow and rely on long term.
Having a job that is actually a career is no small thing – you have to position everything correctly from the start, and nothing can be too out of place.
With a career you have something you can build on and rely on for years to come. But with a job you typically have to work extra hard to get noticed and there might not be that much room for growth later when you are looking for something more.
It can not be that everything shifts for the better, but your money life and career stay idle.
Then there is the mistake of thinking you have a career but accidently settling for a dead end job – which is not too uncommon, but needs to stop, because you are driving for something much greater, and it just can not be like that.
In some situations having a job is perfectly fine, but if you need something reliable that has better pay – you will honestly need to look for something far more stable and beneficial for you long term, and that's where a career comes in handy.
Using the fallen angels in this way is the only right action, because you have to ask for guidance on something as big as this – and it does you no good to push for something that you have no idea how to find or attract.
These spirits can give you the edge that you are looking for, and without the hassle of dealing with all the heartache and work involved with accidently settling for jobs that only looked like careers from first glance.