I have noticed a pattern since age 21: changing the focus of my work every 2-3 years. Prompting starts with a small urge that there is something more to explore or develop. This urge becomes louder and transforms to a sensation of outgrowing - feelings of repetition, stagnation, and discontent.
Questions follow: what is the root of this? Do I transform and alter what I am doing now or move into something entirely new? If the latter, what's next? How do I get there?
I have a friend who moves residences regularly (even more often than I change my line of work). Thinking about the main earthly three - career, home, partner - I believe that some of us need regular turn over in at least one of these areas to stay fresh and excited.
I used to dwell on the downsides of switching my work often: missing areas of mastery that would come with time, ditching good money, and facing unknown transitions more frequently.
Now I highlight the positives: tapping into new gifts and potential, increasing resilience, resourcefulness and creativity, learning lessons, and exploring different aspects of self.
The inner urge to shift focuses cannot be ignored. I now accept this and keep my channel clear for guidance and messages during the transitional period. Sometimes I am called to "ride the wave" and witness transformation. In other instances, the woods feel thick like moving through molasses. In all cases, staying clear and connected to Source is key ~
“A jack of all trades is a master of none, but oftentimes better than a master of one.”