I was born on July 10, 1965. I am very psychic/intuitive and sensitive in every way. This can be burdensome and exhausting, because I take in so much visible and invisible stimuli. I do realize it is a gift, however, and I am trying to figure how I can best use it for myself and others. I also have Attention Deficit/Hyperactive Disorder, and while I can focus on the spiritual realm within, I have a hard time focusing on my job as a night auditor at a hotel. My work is very detail-oriented, and I am constantly getting interrupted by guests and the phone ringing. I get off track easily and it takes me too long to get back "in the groove" and refocus on what I was doing. It can be very overwhelming at times, but I believe I do have the potential to do a good job. I've been here for five months, and am getting pressure from management to "get it together." I am wondering what I should ask my angels/spirit guides in order to get the help I need to do a good job. Right now my intuition is telling me that I might be getting fired soon, even though many of the guests have praised me to management. Do you think angels/spirit guides can help with ADHD?
I know you don't want to hear this, but I really feel you are in the wrong job. Each one of us has to find work that suits our personal strengths and weaknesses, and your current situation is just not ideal given your ADHD issues. This work is too detail-oriented, and you are just interrupted too often. Towards the end of the shift, it is practically impossible for you to get back on track. As a result of all of this, you are under tremendous stress every time you go to work.
Patty, you are SO good with people. The guests even comment on how kind and helpful you are. This is one of your strong suits. I think you should consider working with people instead of numbers and details.
I am a HUGE proponent of using our guides, angels, God, helpers of all kind, etc., to help us find the perfect job for us. I am living proof of the wisdom of this approach. By now most of you know I worked as an accountant for many years. I could not stand going to work, and would hit the snooze button at least twice every morning.
It was what most people considered a "great" job: I made a lot of money and I was "in the game." I had a good reputation for being thorough, and everyone thought I had a very bright future. I was in line to become a partner. Despite all of this, I dreaded going to work. I finally asked the Universe (and all the helpers in it) to put me where I belong, and I wound up at Psychic Chat.
Your destiny gave birth to you; your destiny will find you if you allow it. I strongly advise you to start asking out loud for help from the Universe. Ask your angels to lead you to your perfect working situation.
I don't want to sound naive and I'm certainly not a doctor, but I believe if you are in the right position for you, your AD/HD will not be a glaring problem. The old cliche "if you have lemons, make lemonade" keeps coming to mind. Even if you suffer from ADHD, you can find a good job for you. Instead of asking your angels to help you with your AD/HD, I would ask them to help you find the place where your unique gifts can do you and the world the greatest good. It worked for me!
You have to ask yourself why you want to keep this job so badly. Since it's causing you so much stress, perhaps losing it would be for the best!
I wish you the ideal career for you.
ADD and AD/HD afflict so many people now. I often wonder what happened before these conditions were so readily diagnosed. I know that you are not trying to find excuses for what's going on in your life, and that you're challenged by a very real condition.
However, it sounds to me like you're not just a night auditor - you're the night receptionist and desk clerk too! You seem to be doing YOUR job plus two more. No wonder you get scattered with all of those interruptions.
While I'm sure it is much more pleasant to engage in conversations with the guests than to crunch the numbers tucked away in some office, you're getting in trouble just for doing your job. Perhaps you could have a calm talk with the person who hired you and discuss moving to a full-time desk position where your talents and abilities could be put to better use.
If the hotel hired an additional person to be the night auditor, you could stay where you're most needed and do the job you most enjoy: interacting with the guests and serving as a representative of the hotel.
Your Guides and Angels want to support you in this, but you have to help them to help you. They're not sure what it is you want them to do. Since you feel you need some help remaining focused, here is a short ritual that may help you access the information you need.
The Japanese hold a festival for tailors called "The Festival of Broken Needles." A shrine is built from the broken needles that tailors saved through the year. These are intended as an offering and reminder of the work the needles have performed over the course of the past twelve months.
In honor of this festival, ask your Guides and Angels, "What are my broken needles? What tools do I rely on now?" Once you have chosen them, build a little shrine of your tools to include your Guides and Angels in your work. Burn an orange candle to represent the "harvest" or what you must reap from your job. Burn a brown candle for new duties and endeavors at work. Carefully reflect on your job and ask your Guides and Angels to continue to be with you and support you in this area of your life. Before you blow out the two candles, say a prayer of thanksgiving, and ask for the highest and the best blessings to come your way. Then be on the lookout for positive changes!