The Ultimate Anti-Career Guide

  • by Rick Jarow
  • Narrated by Rick Jarow
  • 9 hrs and 41 mins
  • Speech

Publisher's Summary

According to the perennial wisdom teachings, your vocation is not a means of survival in the world - it is a pure expression of your life force. Vocation arises, not as a response to external forces, but authentically from within your own body. The Ultimate Anti-Career Guide is the first audio curriculum which adapts this classic approach to right livelihood to the challenges unique to our place and time. Since 1998, this life-changing workshop by Dr. Rick Jarow has helped thousands of frustrated job-seekers open to their intuition, transform their values into action, and answer their true calling - instead of settling for a paycheck. Traditional career strategies are simply reactions to the job market, Dr. Jarow begins - for example, matching an inventory of skills with the want ads. An "anti-career" is a manifestation of the unique blueprint for your destiny encoded in your body since birth. The key to this revolutionary approach is your body's chakra system, the seven centers that govern the free flow of prana, or life force, through your body. Through a program of powerful meditations, you gain direct access to your chakras, clearing and aligning them with the energetic forces that make everything in life possible.You don't have to go out looking for a job, Dr. Jarow teaches. The job you were born to do will unfold in time, like a tree from a seed, as you let go of self-limiting concepts and open to the energy of creation - with The Ultimate Anti-Career Guide.

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Best book I've read on internal career calibration

I have really enjoyed this book.
It's especially wonderful in the audio format. It has meditation sessions that are read in a deep, soothing voice by the author. I find it especially wonderful to fall asleep to at night while listening to the meditations. The book is more philosophical than a how-to book. It spoke to me about what it means to work for a living. It's about finding one's passion. It examines one's life as a whole - childhood, parental forces, personal heros, deep pains, joys, desire to contribute to the world - in order to help us find our career passions. My best chapter was the last one, which gives concrete advice if you are still searching. I think I listened to it about 10 times. For a how-to book, I would not recommend this book, but instead the "Pathfinder" by Rockport Institute. I would suggest you get the Pathfinder in the paperback-format, because it has tons of exercises, which you would want to do.
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- J. Yoon

way out there -or deep ?

True callings are never easy to find...mostly, they find you.

This book will help those more in tune with that approach and subject, to clear away the mostly limiting and non-creative approaches bschools and corporate america embed early and often, --which is, "build it at any and all cost, and they will come ( and you can get rich)-but too bad if its not your life's calling--its ours"--after all these years --thats getting old.--its about time for purpose.

this book is all about alignment, and while its does get "out there" sometimes, the message is powerful and positive. You need to know yourself deeply inside and out and be at peace -and that -will prove to be a true reward.
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- David

Book Details

  • Release Date: 03-29-2001
  • Publisher: Sounds True