Category Archives: Training
I really need your help for my miserable situation. On surface it looks good.
I live in US and came to do medical residency (post-graduate training). I passed all my required exams and thought I was successful, but for the last 4 years I could not get residency training.
I don’t know the reason why, maybe discrimination, or something else.
Nowadays, doing petty odd jobs and have become the laughing-stock of my family and in-laws.
Please teach me the right switch words to turn my situation around and help me find a residency. My life is so purposeless now.
Chant “SWEET CHESTNUT, CHESTNUT BUD, WILD ROSE, ROCK ROSE” daily, continuously for 15 minutes in the morning and 15 minutes in the evening for 21 days.
Life is dry for him, having failed after several attempts. Like rain brings joy during times of drought, this mantra which brings rain also will bring joy in his life.
The loss of job is a struggle in anyone’s life. One may suddenly lose a job unexpectedly.
ROCK ROSE and MIMULUS: to bear the shock
But when you are expecting your “removal” at any time, as your colleagues are asked to leave: ASPEN (for expecting any bad news always)
When the announcement is delayed, one may not be able to concentrate because of the revolving thoughts of “job removal”: WHITE CHESTNUT
When one receives the news that he is ousted and given a pink slip: RESCUE REMEDY. Then MIMULUS and LARCH: Larch will restore his confidence in himself.
One may be angry at the management and instead of being thankful (which is a must at this time) he may blame the management. WILLOW: can help to overcome self-pity
When you have to take another job: GENTIAN, HORNBEAM, LARCH and WILD ROSE
GENTIAN: to overcome any pessimism; to cope with the setback
LARCH: to have confidence in one’s ability and potential
Mental weakness or weariness is replaced by enthusiasm and motivation: HORNBEAM and WILD ROSE
The concern and feeling of inadequacy to provide for the family and to pay: ELM
Fear of being jobless when getting trained: MIMULUS
As days pass by, one may become hopeless: GORSE