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What Do Folks Do in the Real World?
#61
(07-08-2020, 08:58 PM)TheDoctor46 Wrote: Well I'm a mystical figure. A figment of you're imagination. I'm everywhere. Just watching.....Ohhh sorry wrong website!!. Well I've worked in the Electrical field for a long time. Mainly car manufacturing plants installing conveyor systems and big orange Robots. Travelled a bit over the years But now almost 50 years of age cant be arsed to travel about. So just Do Jobs in the North west of England. Once worked at a big Heinz factory, And fell into a huge tub of baked beans while installing cable tray!!. Hobbies include photography and making home brew and running minusculebeercheers

@TheDoctor46 


tinywhat Thank god for baked beans! At least you landed in something soft... and tasty. tinylaughing 

Wondering how you got out of there and got home without a bunch of dogs following and trying to eat you? tinysurprised 

Also wondering, did they go ahead and can those beans?   tinybighuh
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#62
(07-08-2020, 09:16 PM)Mystic Wanderer Wrote:
(07-08-2020, 08:58 PM)TheDoctor46 Wrote: Well I'm a mystical figure. A figment of you're imagination. I'm everywhere. Just watching.....Ohhh sorry wrong website!!. Well I've worked in the Electrical field for a long time. Mainly car manufacturing plants installing conveyor systems and big orange Robots. Travelled a bit over the years But now almost 50 years of age cant be arsed to travel about. So just Do Jobs in the North west of England. Once worked at a big Heinz factory, And fell into a huge tub of baked beans while installing cable tray!!. Hobbies include photography and making home brew and running minusculebeercheers

@TheDoctor46 


tinywhat Thank god for baked beans! At least you landed in something soft... and tasty. tinylaughing 

Wondering how you got out of there and got home without a bunch of dogs following and trying to eat you? tinysurprised 

Also wondering, did they go ahead and can those beans?   tinybighuh
It's a good job it was there or else it would have definitely hurt!. I was a bit soggy for sure. I always just wear boxer shorts under overalls as it tends to be soooooo hot in factory's. So just strpped off and put my clothes back on!. No had to scrap the lot unfortunately  minusculebonker . If I'd have bean (Get it?) On my own wouldn't have mentioned it to anyone  minusculebiggrin. Was only a young lad so my master helped drag me out lol
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#63
(07-08-2020, 09:11 PM)putnam6 Wrote: Cool stuff Gordi,I did apprentice work at a sign shop , it's definitely an art and it greatly appealed to my artist side. You spend hours designing and doing the cut out work you had better get the mounting right LOL.

I was/am? a sales rep/marketing self-employed commissioned wholesale rep for bridal, social occasion and formal dresses have been for years, decades actually since the late 80's except when occasionally Id go and do something else for a year or two. Now?? who knows the business has been obliterated,  Proms canceled weddings canceled or postponed our stores are going out of business left and right manufacturers are too, 3 of my companies I repped in February were OOB by June. Our June Trade market was sloooooow but it always was. August will be the key, we did 2/3rds of our yearly business during the 7-day market, if it falters we are in trouble.  What are you gonna do? I know we aren't alone. 

Oh, I HEAR ya Put!
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tinybighuh Being Rogue is WEIRD, But I LIKE IT!tinyfunny 
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#64
@gordi 
Nice sign, great work.
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#65
The question isn't what you do, but what haven't you done lol

Shoe salesman, computer tech, store manager, store owner, magician, worked in a car wash, sold vacuums, electronics salesman...name it...

The last job I had was a technician for a company that rents laser permanent hair removal machines. Worked there for eight years and then two years ago or so, my better half and I bought two of the three owners out when the opportunity showed up.

So we are now co-owners of that company. Lou is great at paperwork and I...well do most of everything else lol

I love reading, I love things that make me go huh? I love anything space related and also love to write, to create.

Love RN3 with a passion.

Also love it when Gordi picks up the tab for all those drinks I get here at the lounge...

Shhhh
Once upon a time...formally known as SonoftheSun
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#66
(07-08-2020, 05:16 PM)Schmoe1 Wrote: I've never really been able to figure out what I truly wanted to do as a career.  I've devoted countless hours to it, nothing seems to stick out though.  Anybody else ever have that problem?

Yup. Old as I am, I STILL don't know what I want to be when I grow up.

Everything I have done so far in my life is just filler until I figure out what I really want to do, my "true calling". I'm starting to think there is a possibility I will never stumble across it.

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“There is no hunting like the hunting of man, and those who have hunted armed men long enough and liked it, never care for anything else thereafter.” ― Ernest Hemingway
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#67
(07-08-2020, 04:00 PM)Mystic Wanderer Wrote:
(07-08-2020, 10:08 AM)Rodinus Wrote: Ex military (HM forces) and also a background in veterinary sciences and biomedical research.

After many years of practicing within a group of friends and family members, taking many courses and finally obtaining my diploma as a master hypnotherapist in Ericksonien hypnose, I took the plunge last year and opened up my own cabinet specialising in hypnotherapy over here in France.

I am also initiated in level 3 Reiki Ushui at the master level and practice whenever I can.



Kindest respects

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I wish I knew a well respected hypnotist in my area.  I'd like to find one to take me back to my past lives so I could figure out what I did to deserve this current life.   tinysurprised

I've only found one within a 75 mile radius that did that type of thing.
He used a different method than hypnotherapy though. He went into a trance and allowed his spirit guide to communicate with mine.
Although he did tell me some things that made sense, I would rather have the memories myself, not have someone else tell me.
I would also like to go back and get a clearer memory of some of the crazy things that happened to me involving seeing UFOs. 
Do I dare go there? tinysurprised
Hiya Mystic.

You really need to look around and find out who is the best hypnotherapist in your area and this will not be an easy task, I can assure you!

Normally heresay is the best bet as there are many charlatans out there right now unfortunately who give professionals such as myself a bad name.

On various occasions I have had clients who have asked me to help them discover a little about their past lives and it has always been a pleasure to do so.

However, sometimes things can also not be so pleasant :

I have a client who is the most wonderful person that you could ever imagine...

We both took our Reiki initiations together, she is a marvellous mother and just a good person all in all...

She asked me to take her back into her past lives and I said yes of course.

Result :

She remembered 3 lives (2 being vague and involving castles and stuff).

In her last life she was an SS Nazi officer dressed in black and was in charge of a concentration camp...

She saw many horrifying and gruesome images (pictures, sounds and movie like effects.)

Needless to say, this really screwed her up and I had to "clean" her out completely (so to speak) because of this horrible past experience... (Which took around 3 sessions all in all.)

Please be careful what you are looking for if you decide to go down the path of hypnosis as this is a very very extremely deep experience and PLEASE make sure that you find a well known and honest hypnotherapist before eventually making a decision.

Kindest respects

Rodinus.
I still don't understand why the Kamikaze pilots wore helmets!
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#68
Doesn't sound like a fun past life to uncover.

Cheers
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