Everyone has a vocation
Is the intuitive mind not a gift, a seventh sense, which can be observed in kindergartens and sports grounds? It can only remain with faith. As is well known, we can not prove anything in this field scientifically.
But every person has a given calling that you do not have to earn. By the way, it does not have to be found or created. She has always been and will stay. We can only recognize, accept, and henceforth be happy with her.
When the soul dances
When we come into contact with things, people, and events that make our souls dance, we can be certain that our very own vocation is not far.
Therefore, the WLS Sense Compass will be about generating honest emotions and gaining access to your joy. Only then can the rational mind, the tool so meaningful for us, do the tasks ahead.
The birth of the professions
He is also spirit, because to him belong our spiritual faculties. This results in all the practical advances that have made the professional functions and previous qualifications possible.
With the help of spiritual abilities, man has developed skills and knowledge to perform life-critical tasks. Only the conscious division of tasks led to the birth of professions.
Profession and vocation belong together
So the profession is the servant of the vocation. A profession, an academic degree or even a doctorate is acquired if the skills are sufficient and the environment offers the opportunities.
What the rational mind is able to afford determines the quality of professional qualifications. The faith in the calling does not want to change this either.
Civilized societies, however, have reversed the value of the intuitive and the rational mind for too long. The professional has forgotten what he is working for and who he really is. The occupation as part of the economy became decisive for every form of society.
Whether you grew up in a democratically shaped Western industrialist or a rather socialist economy, whether you were educated by strictly religious or rather liberal-minded people: the rational mind often won the upper hand, and the consequences can be found in the tremendous professional and personal crises.
Does your job meet your needs?
But if we strive for a happy and ethically responsible professional life, we must make the question of vocation a cardinal question. And there are three questions:
- Is the activity of fulfilling your needs?
- Do you develop liveliness through your tasks?
- Does your doing work for you and others meaningful?
Anyone who can constantly answer all three questions positively will find and feel happy through and with his professional duties. A professional who can always answer yes to these questions will feel satisfaction.
Appeal makes happy
Work Life Sense assumes three components, which were addressed in the three initial questions. A vocation is important because every person can only be happy if he recognizes, implements and lives the intuitive mind and therefore his vocation. In the Work-Life-Sense approach, hereafter WLS, these three components are represented:
- W = requirement filling
- L = liveliness
- S = meaning
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