How would it feel to finally quit your job that you hate? Many people who hate their job don’t feel like they have the courage to quit, and end up feeling stuck and unfulfilled.
You might not even realise it, but over the course of your life you’ve probably been programmed to unconsciously choose a job you hate – because, you learned to believe that your choices have already been decided for you.
If you have found yourself stuck in a job you hate but you’re too afraid to leave, this situation will undoubtedly be causing you a great amount of internal pain.
What are the unconscious drivers that cause an individual to stay dependent on a job which they hate? And what can you do about it, so you can finally quit your job for good and confidently pursue your best life?
6 Unconscious Drivers Behind Your Inability to Quit Your Job
1. Have a fear of being independent
2. Have a fear of losing financial stability
3. Engage in Procrastination
4. Have a fear of making decisions and taking responsibility
5. Have a Fear of failure
6. Believe that you can’t truly succeed
And so on, then you have a significant programming problem. Your conditioning is stifling your creativity and unconsciously driving you towards making choices that run against your best interests. These drivers are the reason you don’t feel empowered to quit your job.
How do you feel knowing that your free will to create and have the life you desire has been taken away from you? Knowing that you don’t truly have control over your decisions, you might feel like your life is being controlled by a computer program that’s ruining your life, driving you to make unfulfilled life choices and taking away your joy, happiness and hopes of enjoying life.
The 6 items above result from old dysfunctional programming – this can be cultural standards of “old ways” of thinking, lack of parental education and peer pressure to take that university degree that will supposedly make you happy and set you up for life.
While memories of your family upbringing remain firmly stored in your subconscious mind (much like files on a computer) the above list of unconscious fears and blocks aren’t innately a part of you what so ever.
The sad thing is that most believe its part of being human to have these things inside of us, and hence that’s part of the problem as to why they even reside within us. This is why you come to accept your situation, and feel unable to quit your job.
Most individuals don’t realise that this programming (also referred to as “conditioning” by some) has a powerful influence on one’s self confidence, sense of adequacy, self image, wholeness and resilience.
The Negative Memories That Control You
Let me employ a simple and familiar metaphor. Whenever a computer becomes infected with a disabling virus, it is possible to restore the computer to a state that preceded the existence of that virus. After this process, from the perspective of this computer and that of its users, the experience would be “like” there never was any virus.
The things mentioned above that are taking control of your mind, slowing down your internal process and generating either negative feelings or keeping you from realising your goals and objectives … can you succeed without them?
Of course, although, when procrastination kicks in and individuals find themselves justifying their behaviour, then clients take a honest look at their situation.
Well, what if it were possible for human beings carrying negative debilitating memories (which behave much like viruses creating the wounds deeper with fears) to “restore” themselves to a state before these memories where formed. What would the person be like, when the negative doesn’t even exist?
Well, this is going to be difficult to accept for some, but I’ll say it anyway; many people have actually lost the understanding of what “failure” actually means.
The real meaning of failure
The “idea” of failure and the associated feelings only originates with an experience that is defined, perceived, and accepted as a failure by others. In other words an individual must literally be “hypnotised” into taking in this negative concept by others around them. This most commonly occurs in childhood when, as a child, one is dependent, vulnerable and hence easily hypnotised by the adults around them.
As an adult once they become “de-infected” through the effective deletion of the negative memory experience, they will actually feel confident, strong, empowered, resilient, whole, complete and good about themselves to name a few. This process won’t just give you the courage to quit your job and improve your life in the short-term – once the negative memory is deleted it’s gone for good, and the above experience becomes permanent.
Over a decade ago while exploring how and why negative memories remain stored in the mind/body (i.e. the subconscious mind) it was discovered that:
a) These memories behave as “life force energy parasites” in that they deplete one’s vital life energy, and
b) They can be permanently and completely erased, simply by creating an awareness of the subconscious lies that convince us into believing these memories supposedly serve us.
As simple as this process appears, its effects are equally powerful and profound. Indeed many individuals who have restored themselves to their unadulterated authentic state of being have realised that this state also represents a form of spiritually unshakable confidence permanently within themselves, and a will to bounce back unstoppably though adversities.
Overcome your fear and finally quit your job
If you are one of those individuals who want to break free, quit your job that you hate and start working for yourself to better support your lifestyle, but you don’t understand what’s holding you back; a new process called MRP can help you out.
After working with hundreds of individuals and experiencing it myself, and then noting the results the clients get and how it has worked for me, I have yet to feel any other self development modality do such a thing. Clients have come to me after trying popular strategies like the Sedona Method and Creative Visualisation, and still have not felt that these strategies give them the same level of freedom that they come to experience from MRP.
If you are interested in seeing this for yourself and want to take full control of your choices the way you feel like; I offer a free consultation where you can explore the permanent removal of one of the above fears, no matter what situation you are in.
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Felicity Muscat, former psychologist is now an international self-esteem, self-empowerment, and self-mastery life coach. Felicity is also a relationship and success coach, author of three best-selling books and Level 3 mind resonance coach.