How do you react to change?
- We see change as constant and continuous
- Reach a dynamic state of balance
How do you react to change? Do you go with the flow or are you one of those people who fights change? Do you wish that everything could go back to the way it was before – that everything should go back to normal? We hope we can clear this up for you.
We see change as constant and continuous. Therefore, it’s always happening in every moment. A person who says they need to change, or they’re working on changing something in their life, is actually working against change. When you hear this it’s an indicator that they are non-accepting of the change – the flow of life.
Everything in the universe is trying to reach a dynamic state of balance at all times. Everything that happens works toward this state of balance, or universal wellness. Therefore, things must constantly change and that’s why to can’t label the change or interfere with it. Once you do label or interfere with it, change becomes very difficult for you. We suggest that you approach change with a flow of momentary decisions to help you not only accept change, but adapt to this continuous process.
QUESTION: What should readers take away from this message today?
ANSWER: That trying to change is the worst thing you can attempt.
QUESTION: Why is this information timely?
ANSWER: This information is timely because never before at any point in history has there been more people saying they want things to go back to normal, or go back to the good old days, or the way things used to be.
QUESTION: How can readers best apply this information to their lives right now?
ANSWER: Tell yourself that each day is what it is and that it is change you are observing. By making a series of momentary decisions you can actually participate in the flow of change.
COMMENTARY: Things are changing faster than ever. It used to be that people only thought they were over extended when they couldn’t financially afford something. It means much more than that now. In the case of change, if you feel you can’t change because of your previous commitments and obligations then you are over-extended. The promises that people hold you to when you can’t perform on selling them because there is no buyer for them should not determine whether you can change or not. If what you have won’t allow you to change when it’s in your best interest to get rid of it, then you are over-extended. If the people in your life don’t want change when it’s obvious that change is needed then you are with people who will hold you back and therefore, you are over-extended. Most people are over extended in ways they never thought of or want to admit. That’s why Higher Intelligence continues to tell you to get rid of everything you don’t absolutely need. They see the massive changes coming and want you to be able to flow with it and enjoy the ride – not be stuck. Once you get rid of everything that isn’t relevant in your life that keeps you from changing, the things that are left are.