Avoidance of life is not possible. When change comes knocking at our door, true acceptance and faith is in order. Regardless of whether monumental changes are expected or if they arrive by surprise, shift points are a natural progression of all things. Our lives ebb and flow with the natural evolution and cosmos of time. Just because there is an awareness of winter coming, does not mean it can be fully avoided. Likewise, regardless of how insightful we may seem, seeing and knowing change is coming does not mean we can stop or avoid that forward momentum of transformation. The best way to handle these shift points is to welcome the convergence as a much needed catalyst of new growth and beginnings.
Over the years I have seen many premonitions about my life and the changes it would endure. Some of those aspects have been very positive; some I have wished would never unfold. The falling away of old things can be scary and overwhelming because for a new chapter to begin, the old chapter must come to a close. However, premonitions are not always guidance from above geared towards avoiding a situation. Sometimes they are a much needed Heads Up, providing the faith and courage to walk through those changes unscathed.
The good thing about change is that it always offers a door to new beginnings. That is perhaps why I have enjoyed watching the last few months and years unfold. Not because of all the disassembling or heartbreak that has occurred both individually and collectively, but because if I could clearly foresee all the dismantling that was on the horizon, then the visions I have also had of better things yet to come are equally as true.
For myself, my clients, and this world, I see great changes coming. Some turning points will feel a bit uncomfortable. Other events will feel sad and perhaps unsettling while in the midst of those adjustment periods. But the truth is, more light, clarity, higher vibrations, and beautiful transformations are on its way. We must tear apart the old to make way for the new. Take both elements of change in stride. We cannot have one without the other.