This is an interesting question. Do we compartmentalize in ways which allow us to ‘survive’ those parts of the job we don’t like? Research indicates the unhappiest time on average for adults is on the job and the second is the commute to work. What causes this unhappiness, real or imagined?
Originally posted on joypassiondesire:
“You could spend 8 hours at a job you don’t like, another 2 hours moving to and from the job you don’t like, and during those 2 hours that you are moving to and from the job you don’t like, if you were in the Vortex, you could be creating so much more benefit in those hours of imagination than in those hours of action, that it’s not even really worth talking about. You oughta be able to give far more of your daytime attention to unwanted things and just a little bit of time to wanted things and your world would flip!But what happens is, almost no one can make that separation because, and here it is, they let the reality train their vibration, so when they try to imagine, they can’t, because their reality has trained their vibration. So any imagery they have is about what they’re already observing. Don’t you love knowing that? So here we come along and we suggest that you just find some reason to ignore reality and to fantasize about a vibrational reality that you like more and use that in the Vortex time to practice a frequency that’s different than the frequency of reality and when you practice a frequency that’s different than the frequency of reality, the reality has to shift to the new frequency.”
Abraham Hicks, Boston, 6/5/10