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Change isn’t good or bad

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Sometimes we create tools to be able to understand the changes going on around us. But we should be careful not to think of the information they give us in ways that don’t serve us. Some things benefit from acid, some from base Ph, some things don’t care, and some have a very narrow range of what allows them to thrive. This information can be critical when gardening, but not particularly in other situations.

Similarly we measure many things: the temperature, the Dow, how old we are, how many calories we eat…, all of these things have meaning, but far too often we ascribe more meaning to them than the actual measurement warrants. Change is fairly constant, and information is useful, but if we only count the length of days in the fall, we might thing our data meant eternal night was coming. We need to recognize that change is often simply part of natural fluctuation, and sometimes it’s the result of something we are doing. In that case, we can try to change what we are doing to either adapt to the change or try to make it more as we’d want it. Sometimes knowing the direction we are going sooner gives us a greater ability to make changes, that’s why many of us use divination. Collecting information, and learning how the world works is useful, whether we get it by reading a map, an X ray, satellite weather, or a dowsing rod. We can work with change when we understand what’s going on.

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You are the key

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Picture this: you’re driving down the road, and you see a tree right in front of you- you could crash! Or you could turn the wheel and change direction to follow the road. You will do this sort of thing hundreds of times a day without even noticing that you’re doing it. You observe things changing around you, and you adapt, and keep directing your life.

There are going to be circumstances when you have less control- maybe you aren’t the one at the wheel of the car, but let’s hope the driver is paying attention, you trusted him or you wouldn’t have gotten in, right? Change is a constant, and another constant is that you are always adapting. There may be times when you feel like you’re spending too much time dodging obstacles to get closer to your goal, but you are handling it. You have done it all your life, you’ll continue to do it. Don’t worry. It may not always be easy or comfortable, but you’ve got it. And there are helpers, if you ask. Go ahead, put in your request:

“This, or something better, for the best outcome.”

Press send (virtually), and wait for the positive change already on the way!

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