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Will I Find Meaningful Work in Addition to Motherhood?

This post answers questions for The Council from a reader named, Sara Jane, who says her life is in transition and she feels on the brink of something new. She says it’s exciting, but there’s also anxiety because she’s the mother of three young children and financially dependent on her husband. Lately she feels something beyond motherhood calling her, but she can’t figure out what it is. Sara Jane never felt she had a calling for a career outside of being a mother, which she says is a great job, but doesn’t pay anything.

The Council says being a mother prepared you for what you want to do with the rest of your life. One of the things you wanted to do was teach children. If you don’t want to go back to school and get a degree in teaching, you need to be around children in any capacity. You can show them much love and understanding. You wanted to reach out to children. And so it’s good you chose to become a mother first to understand children and go in this direction.

Even though your spirit was planning to teach children, from what The Council sees in your other life times recently, it would also be good for you to show adults around. Explain the environment to them. You can learn about history and be a guide in a museum or be a tour guide. Teach and show children or adults, giving them direction, understanding, and knowledge. In the future this could lead to taking people to different places on tours if this is something you want.

She asks if she’ll find meaningful work in addition to motherhood in this lifetime and The Council says, yes, if you begin to look and give yourself time to research different positions and what you need to acquire them.

Sara Jane asks if her main purpose in life was to be a mother, and The Council says it was part of her main purpose, but not all of it.

Sara Jane says part of the transition she’s facing likely includes leaving her marriage and she’s anxious to know if she’ll be self-sufficient and happy creating a life for herself and her children some day. The Council says they don’t see you leaving your marriage right away. When you go through more of your transition perhaps there will be a more positive change in your marriage so you won’t need to leave your husband.

The Council says if Sara Jane is open to learning more in all parts of her life, they feel her ideas about what she wants from herself and her husband will change. And they advise giving the marriage time.


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October 20, 2019 Posted by | Audio Content, Career, Channeling, Helping Others, Life Purpose, Marriage, Other Lifetimes, Questions & Answers, Spirit | , , , , | 5 Comments

   

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