I have a second job as an administrator for a health clinic. I'm
so happy. It's a dream come true. But there’s one thing though:
Being the Sensitive Soul that I am, I feel myself overstimulated
and nervous. Do you have any quick suggestions for dealing with
butterflies at work?
Here are a few ideas about butterflies. Listen to your inner voice
and choose the right ones for you!
you feel butterflies, breathe deeply into your heart and belly
where your true power and spirit lie.
grounded. Go outside for walks, put your hands in salt or
earth, draw up grounding energy from
the earth into your feet, take Epsom salts baths after work, take
your shoes off and plant
them firmly on the ground, or roll your feet on a tennis ball.
water. Water keeps me clear and focused, and helps block
energy from other people.
*Exercise. Same as above. A quick walk around the block might
for Divine support. I ask the Universe and my Higher Self to support me,
and for "elemental" assistance. I ask
the air elementals to calm the storm of my mind and the earth elementals
to keep me grounded.
an intention. Consider your larger purpose each day, and set an intention before
you get to work. For example: "My
intention is to be grounded and calm, and to easily move through
my day with peaceful awareness."
the newness factor. In a new job, I’m easily exhausted
by learning so many new things, being in a new space, and being
around new people in a new way. You'll adjust gradually. Meanwhile,
be gentle with yourself and give yourself permission to be in transition.
extreme self-care. Starting a new job, particularly
one you care about, is a big deal. Consider finding ways to nurture
yourself at the end of every day, REGARDLESS of whether you think
you did well or not.
your high standards. You likely have higher standards
than your co-workers and are significantly
more mindful of your work than they are. If you're like most Sensitive
Souls that I know, you'll be much more likely to err on the side
of being hard on yourself than letting others down.
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