Work with, rather than against, your energy.
The second, sixth and tenth houses are intertwined with your relationship to your career life. Let’s discuss how to use the theoretical example of an artist to give you a detached perspective before applying it personally. (Unless, of course, you’re an artist. Then hi!)
The second house is the money an artist makes, their income, expenses such as art supplies, the possessions it allows them to own, and how esteemed or connected they feel in the making of their work. Therefore, the second house is the value, monetary and esteem-wise, you gain from work.
If you feel blocked in your career regarding money or self-esteem topics, you may want to reflect and introspect in order to remove blockages.
Some questions surrounding the second house I like to ask are:
Do I feel my profession connects to my personal values? If yes, how? If not, how can I bridge the gap?
Does the work life and environment I am currently a part of reflect what brings me a sense of high self-esteem?
Do I feel good about myself, in what I provide?
Am I avoidant about managing my finances and budgeting?
Can I identify my inherited money beliefs, fears, blessings and where or who they stem from
How can I make learning about money fun?
The sixth house is the daily tasks or "grind" of an artist such as: creating, hosting art showcases, sharing their work online, commissions, and related to-do lists. Therefore, the sixth house is the tasks and daily routines of your work.
If you feel blocked in your career regarding daily routines and productivity topics, you may want to reflect and introspect in order to remove blockages.
Some questions surrounding the sixth house I like to ask are:
Do I feel my daily tasks and routines are productive, but work against the needs of my mind, body or spirit? How can I adjust within what’s in my control?
Do I feel productive and fulfilled by my tasks? Or do I find them pointless, draining, aimless? How could I reframe what doesn't, to feel more purposeful?
Are my daily habits consistent with the future I envision myself worthy of having?
Do I support my body throughout the work day? Do I dismiss my needs to fulfill chores? Can I find pockets of time to check in physically?
The tenth house is the societal role and big picture vocational path of an artist. Although someone just meeting them may know nothing about them personally, they can witness the practical role they play in society: artist. The sense of purpose, and in what ways, an artist provides society is represented by their tenth house.
If you feel blocked in your career regarding public image and purpose topics, you may want to reflect and introspect in order to remove blockages.
Some questions surrounding the tenth house I like to ask are:
What part of society do I feel I can improve upon the most and make a difference?
What comes naturally to me that doesn’t so easily to others? How could I provide offerings to help others with my natural authority or experience in these topics?
Do I feel fulfilled by the role I play in my communities? Or in society at large?
What legacy do I wish to leave behind?
Does my sense of purpose tie into my professional life? Or do I find fulfillment in my purpose in other ways?
Do I remind myself that I am worthy outside of the value or efficiency that I provide?
Do I remind myself that many people in the world could benefit from my niche experience and authority?
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