Redundancy Angels - February 2017
How to cope with shocking news about redundancy
Know that the Angels always have a solution for us, providing we trust. It might not be what we want, but it will certainly be what we need. All we have to do is ask, trust and let go. Of course it is not always that simple and a lot of factors can prevent us to find another job straight away, or simply to find a job at all. The story below is mine, about what happened when I was suddenly made redundant.
I was working at the hotel for four years and I loved it. I loved my room, my managers, the staff, the whole atmosphere. I could see myself working there for the next twenty years. However, my angels had other plans for me. Little did I know that I would get the shock of my life at being told I was being made redundant. It hit me like a physical blow to my chest. I was speechless in the general manager’s office and all the while he was talking to me, my angels came to mind: “oh my God, my angels, you have to help me, I’m being thrown in the deep end and I don’t know how to swim. Help!” Even now I can recall the feeling of pure panic, as all I could think of was how I was going to pay for my car, my insurance and the bills.
I believe that when one door closes in your face (and God knows this one really slammed in my face, I nearly felt it physically), another one opens and it’s always for the best. We might not see it at the time and not understand why but the angels always have a plan for us and it always works out for our highest good, providing we trust.
So I decided to do just that: stop panicking and trust. This didn’t mean sitting still and hoping for the best. No, it’s up to us to do some legwork too. I went home that evening and had a serious discussion with Xav, who was as usual very supportive and understanding. I asked him what he thought of opening my own beauty salon in our dining room. We thought it was a brilliant idea so I got to work on it.
Pascale's Bio: My name is Pascale. I am originally from France and have been living in Ireland since 1985 with my French husband Xavier. I adore animals, cats in particular, and even though we haven’t got one, I love feeding (and cuddling) all our neighbour’s cats, who consider our home as their luxury residential holiday home! I’m trying to keep fit so I go to the gym regularly and love rollerblading, when the Irish weather permits, ahem! We currently live in Douglas, Cork, Ireland. I am a bass player in a brilliant rock and blues band, a fully qualified beauty therapist since 1983, an EFT and Matrix Reimprinting practitioner since 2007, (Emotional Freedom Technique, which is like acupuncture without the needles and releases the emotional charge attached to as problem or an issue) and an IET therapist since 206 (Integrated Energy Therapy, which is healing with the angels). You don’t have to be in Cork for an EFT session, as it can be conducted on Skype. In May 2012 I published a book about angels and my healing journey called “Always there for you”. It also tells how I arrived in Ireland, the differences between France and Ireland, language, food, you name it, you’ll laugh at my culture shock! I make my own jewellery to cater for every taste and pieces can be made on demand at no extra cost. I currently have a monthly column on the OK in Health eMagazine. - Pascale Lutz Website - Email
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