Wednesday, December 05, 2007

The One Constant: Change

Dear Friends,

Change is, for most people, an unnerving experience. But as the old saying goes, the only constant is change. So how can a person manage the rough seas of change without going under?

The first necessity is to learn to appreciate change. Without change, everything would be the same – always. The world would stagnate, and life wouldn’t be very interesting. Change brings new ideas, new life, and new circumstances into being and keeps the river of life flowing.

If change is one of the few things we can count on in life, how can we better learn to navigate the evolution in our lives? One tactic is to learn to stay in the present without veering off too far into the past or future. Ruminating over past events or worrying about future outcomes is generally a waste of energy. Try to stay in the moment. Focus on what you’re hearing, feeling, and seeing in the physical world. When you master this skill, you might find that your powers of intuition and insight increase significantly – because you’re not pouring your energy into unproductive areas of the mind.

On Your Team
Jeffrey Stanton
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