Life Change Means Job Away From Home

Question: Hello Alana, I could use some inspiration and positive encouragement to know if I am making a good career and family decision. I am forty-two years of age and have raised my family. I have been farming for about twenty years. I am feeling like I want to get off the farm and do something different. I have an urge for personal freedom and want to begin doing things just for me. I would like a life change and am considering taking a job where I won't be at home very much. I would love to know whether or not I should take a job.

Answer: Hello, dear one! Thank you for bringing your question to Alana. I am delighted to hear from you and I am happy to fuel your wishes with inspiration and positive encouragement.

Your question is very interesting because it feels you have fulfilled a life purpose that you set out to create in this life. Now you are ready and eager to move into the next possibility in your life that will feel fulfilling to you. Alana suggests that you acknowledge the fact that you have done quite well with your family, your duties, your farm, and all that you have accomplished. And now, your being is eager and ready to go to the next step.

Alana suggests for you to get in touch with your nature and feel what would bring about delight. Feel what would give you a sense of joy and anticipation to wake up in the morning and greet the day. Your being is at a place where you are getting ready to fulfill another aspect of your purpose and also add to the experiences of your life. You see, when we are at a place of accomplishment, we often create closure. And then, because we are goal striving beings, we have a need to extend and grow beyond what we accomplish and master.

So, yes, Alana suggests for you to look at a new horizon. Look at possibilities. Hold others able around you to grow with you. Ask yourself, "What could be the next experience that I could bring into my life to add to my wholeness and nature. What would add a sense of excitement to my life?" So, go on your journey. Ask yourself these questions and explore the possibilities. Hold your family able.

Thank you, dear one. Alana is excited for you.