There’s a big difference between change and transition
- It took a long time for the markets to…
- People get complacent with transition…
- A transitional trance…
- The propaganda in programming of the masses…
- This change in the markets and the economy will last…
You are entering an environment of change and worry. There’s a big difference between change and transition. The difference is in the amount of time it takes for each one. For example, the stock market dropped over 1,000 points this week, just as we predicted over the last two months in the last two stock market reports. We predicted a death cross in the indexes…
as they were still rallying. It took a long time for the markets to rally and the DOW to reach 18,000. That is an example of a transition from a lower number to a higher number that happens gradually.
Change occurs when you have an unexpected drop, a drop that wipes out large gains immediately, or over a few days. People get complacent with transition, but are always shocked by change. Why is that?
It’s because it’s easy to lull people into a transitional trance and get them to buy in, or invest in something that looks like it’s gradually getting better. It’s the strategy that used to program the masses in all areas. The programming preaches transition, transition from last year’s fashions to new ones. Transition from your old car to a new one. Transition to your new home with new furniture, and transition in everything including your health.
The propaganda in the programming of the masses wouldn’t work if it focused on change. Your health is not going to change in one or two days, it will gradually get better or worse depending on your decisions. Your life will not all-of-a-sudden go the opposite way. You will receive warning signs before the actual changes happen, just like our predictions of a death cross coming in the market indexes when you least expect it.
This change in the markets and the economy will last a couple of years and people will have trouble believing that it’s not just a transition, but a radical change. Things won’t be transitioning back to the way they were before; five years ago, ten years ago, or a generation ago. So look at the way you and others react to change and realize that “change” is the new normal.
QUESTION: What should readers take away from this message today?
ANSWER: That you can be shocked out of your transition by sudden change.
QUESTION: Why is this information timely?
ANSWER: This information is timely because people seem to think that the ride in the stock markets and the economy would continue for a long time.
QUESTION: How can readers best apply this information to their lives right now?
ANSWER: If you expect and plan for change then you will never be caught off guard.
COMMENTARY: Transitions are easy and many times fun. Change is radical and depending on your situation, it may be way overdue and something you welcome, or inconvenient so you resist it. Over the years, in our CR News Reports©, our Higher Intelligence Source has been preparing you for this and many other changes. Change is only difficult when you’re focused on what you might be giving up. The greater and longer your successes were, the harder it is to let go and step into change. On the other hand, change is welcomed when it ends your struggle. Either way, allowing change into your life is going to become your life, not the one you already lived.