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    I am currently studying to get a bachelors degree in Social work. I live in Sweden and the unemployment rate for young people is one of the highest in Europe. I am 21 years old and my work experince in total is a 2 months long summer job (didn't need to get a job in highschool and I've studied at university after that). I've heard stories about people getting a degree and then not getting any job. It's a lot of competition for jobs. I applied for a summer job this summer but I didn't get any. Financially I will be ok (for the moment at least), since my parents has decent economy. However I am worried that my lack of work experience will cause me trouble in the future. Does anybody know a particular part of the method that may be good to use on this situation or maybe some other advice? Thanks.
    Jai Guru Dev


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    Originally posted by Christian5 View Post
    I am currently studying to get a bachelors degree in Social work. I live in Sweden and the unemployment rate for young people is one of the highest in Europe. I am 21 years old and my work experince in total is a 2 months long summer job (didn't need to get a job in highschool and I've studied at university after that). I've heard stories about people getting a degree and then not getting any job. It's a lot of competition for jobs. I applied for a summer job this summer but I didn't get any. Financially I will be ok (for the moment at least), since my parents has decent economy. However I am worried that my lack of work experience will cause me trouble in the future. Does anybody know a particular part of the method that may be good to use on this situation or maybe some other advice? Thanks.
    Dear fellow eurpean , I guess most of us can relate... it's so common that our minds make up stories about what might go wrong in the future.

    You might want to check if you worry about the future in order to gain control, approval, security, seperation or oneness? And could you let that want go...?

    Also try releasing on fear (chapter 13 in the SM book starting at page 277).

    If you are familiar with triple welcoming, that of course will work, too.

    You can also release on a goal and on action steps.

    Basically, just start somewhere. And let go of blaming yourself for your feelings, if you do blame yourself. In my experience, worries about the future may come up again, but we can let them go again and soon we won't buy into these stories as much anymore.
    Skype me up - schedule your free session now!

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      Releasing worry about the future

      Hi Christian,

      a few examples of what you can do:

      Notice there is not a problem in this moment - there is an anticipation of what might happen, or not.

      Welcome your want to know
      • could you welcome wanting to know what's going to happen?
      • could you notice the feel of that

      and then release on whatever comes up.

      Release on your want to control - wanting to know is a form of wanting control.

      Releasing wanting to figure out the problem
      The mind has a way of finding problems - real or imaginary ones. When you find yourself 'thinking up problems' you can step out of that cycle by releasing to want to figure it out.

      Keep us posted how you are doing,

      Clarie
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