Mocha Angels 365. Day 53.

Day Six of work.

If you want to be deeply fulfilled by all that you do, maybe it’s time to leave your job. If so, release your current job with love to the next person who will be happy to have it. Your job is the perfect match for someone else. Let go to make room for the next person.

On your new job, bless that place and the people in it with love. Affirm that you are free to use your talents and abilities with abandon. Affirm that your boss is a wonderful person to work for. Bless your salary with love. Affirm that your new career radiates goodness. Declare that it’s all good. ๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ˜Š

Day Seven is an affirmation for work.

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Mocha Angels 365. Day 52.

Day Five of work.

If you want to be deeply fulfilled by all that you do, know you worth. If you like your job, yet feel that you are not getting paid enough, then bless your current salary with love. Gratitude amplifies everything.

As Louise Hay says, ” Affirm that you are now opening your consciousness to a greater prosperity and that part of that prosperity is an increased salary. You deserve a raise because you are a great asset to the company.”

Part six up next.

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Mocha Angels 365. Day 51.

Day Four of work.

If you want to be deeply fulfilled by all that you do, then be the best employee at your job. Period. You may hate your boss or be frustrated by the tasks or feel disdain for your co-workers. That doesn’t stop you from doing the best you can.

You always want to do your best you can so the Universe knows to lift you out of that place and take you to an even better place to work.

Up next, the fifth step.

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Mocha Angels 365. Day 50.

Day Three of work.

If you want to be deeply fulfilled by all that you do, begin affirming, “I always work for the most wonderful bosses.” “My boss always treats me with respect and courtesy.” “My boss is generous and easy to work for.” This will become true for all the places that you work. If you’re the boss, you’ll become the person that your employees love.

If you don’t like your boss, bless him or her with love. That is hard to do. Lord knows, I know. Keep doing it anyway. Keep affirming, “I always work for the most wonderful bosses.” Press repeat. You can’t say this enough.

Up next, the fourth step.

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Mocha Angels 365. Day 49.

Day Two of work.

The second step of becoming deeply fulfilled by all that you do is to bless your current job with love. You don’t have to believe what you are saying. Just say it anyway. Bless the building, the parking lot, the elevators, the equipment, the doors, the floor, and most important, the people who work there and the customers who walk in the door. Bless everything and everyone in the building with love.

If there’s a co-worker who bothers you, again, bless him or her with love. If she is critical, affirm she is loving and full of praise. If he is grouchy, affirm that he is cheerful and fun to be around.

Why? Because this isn’t about them. It’s about you. You have to be the one to start changing your consciousness about your job. Try it. See how it makes you feel. And this isn’t a one-time occurrence. Repeat as long as you work there.

Up next, part three.

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Mocha Angels 365. Day 48.

I’m going to talk about work for the next few days. This is based on Louise Hay’s concepts in You Can Heal Your Life.

Wouldn’t you love to be deeply fulfilled by all that you do? The joy and meaning that would bring to your life would be spectacular.

The first thing to do is to check your negative thinking about your current job:

  • I hate this place.
  • My boss is an ass.
  • These people get on my last good nerve.
  • I don’t make enough money.
  • I am so tired of y’all I could just spit.
  • My co-workers suck.
  • Who hired these people?
  • This is way more work than I expected.
  • I am so tired of this s@%!
  • I work here? How did I end up here? WTF?
  • This is where I spend eight hours a day? Is this my life? Again…WTF?
  • (Feel free to add to this list in the comments because y’all know you’ve said the same things! And if you haven’t, I’d like to hear that too!)

We’ve all been there. I know I have. I have said variations of those sentences myself. Negative, defensive, angry thoughts about your job aren’t going to help. Even if you get a new job, you’ll have the same problems because you’ll bring the same thinking to the new job.

Change the way you think about the job you have now. Check your thoughts about it. What do you say when you complain to your partner or friends about your job? Awareness is the first step to change. No matter how crappy your job is, and it very well could be, you must make the internal change first.

Second step coming up tomorrow. Let me know what you’ve been saying about your current job. Anonymous replies are fine. I’m not trying to get anyone in trouble! (((hugs)))

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