Suppose we were to look at the idea of hating one`s job and not caring,
from the perspective of harmonic resonation? This is the idea that
whatever is taking your attention at any given moment, it`s part of
your self--what you`re working on internally but don`t yet see directly.
In this process, you begin with the stipulation that EVERYthing in your
life is all the same. It`s all part of you, your personality, personal
traits, and beliefs.
Your job is part of you. You chose it, you were excited about getting
it at one point, and you wanted it more than anything else. How could
you hate it? What happened?
If you get really detailed, really specific about what exactly it is
you hate about the job and write it down, you`ll find yourself looking
at what you really hate about your whole life. Authors use this all the
time, generating symbolic metaphors for what`s happening in the
characters progress through the plot. It works because it`s real.
It puts a different spin on the idea that if you don`t like what you`re doing, change it! :-)
Same with facing a-holes. WHY are they a-holes? What specific character
trait is repeating in your attention that grates on your nerves, bugs
you to no end, and is taking more and more attention? That
characteristic is almost assuredly somehing you yourself are doing, yet
you don`t see it.
What`s interesting about the concept of the universe as energy and
vibration is that as you begin to change yourself, "somehow" the world
around you changes to conform. So as you change or remove whatever it
is you think someone else is doing, "somehow" you discover shortly
thereafter that they`re not in your life anymore. They`ve moved, you`ve
moved, or things changed.