Now we're going to get into a nifty topic.
Here is something that a lot of people can use right away – using spirits to get into the right job or career asap.
This is not about forcing your way into any industry, or trying to convince people you have skills that you do not. None of that is remotely to do with what we're talking about here.
We're going to get into interesting territory here, because most people want a career but they do not realize a job is a dead end until there's no room for movement …
… and that's not good.
Getting a career is about long term progress; your pay increases gradually over time with a career – with jobs it's like arguing with a wall … it's an endless battle.
It's not about getting one promotion and being happy with it; This is about getting something you can work with long term and be honestly happy about. How many people can seriously say they're happy with their work situations? It's not very many people – honestly, it's so few that people have to skip around to different jobs in hopes of finding their careers.
That's just not how it works.
The spirits can guide you to something that you can depend on for years to come.
It might be a job that looks like a career, but how do you know whether it's really a career or not …
This is something the spirits can help you with – a lot.
Shub-Niggurath (the Old Ones) – enables you to find the proper career that most aligns with your passions; this will be something you progress within for many years, if not decades to better yourself and the company.
Kratos (Greek spirit) – Gives you understanding of your ideal career so that you can pursue it; guides you to the proper resources that can get you a job in that industry that turns into a long term career.
Baphomet – Leads you to the perfect career; this gives you the guidance you need to find the right industry and job that you can develop yourself within the years / decades to come.
These are spirits that can help you find that job – because the entry level positions tend to feel like jobs – that can easily turn into careers.
Obviously this is also about putting forth more than enough effort to show case your talents; we are not influencing people to give us promotions randomly here – a career is about developing your skills over time, which many people just do not get.
Can a job technically be something where you promote continuously …?
Think about what that really says. A job is technically an entry level position – the promotions tend to be much harder in those positions.
You know it's true, I know it's true – we've all been there and done that.
But the practitioners are really different … like seriously …