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Point of Change

Updated on January 27, 2014
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Point of Change

By Tony DeLorger © 2014

Unwanted circumstance draws from a burdened mind,

thoughts of discontent, fear and even panic

that lay at the periphery of life, unrecognised,

like shards of glass they are strewn throughout the blank canvas

of an uncertain future.

Change can only ensue when we are ready for it,

and all the doubts and fears are overcome

with a sense of right and determination for betterment,

then, all the thoughts that qualify and support the change,

fall into place like pieces of a jigsaw puzzle,

miraculously forging a path to fruition.

You know when this happens

as the universe appears to support you,

the action of balances and right movement overcoming challenges,

and you now approach that point of change,

where there is no turning back.

With the heavens aligned in your favour, you take that step,

and all falls into place, with a few minor adjustments,

the shards of past fears and doubts often manifesting

in minor health issues: cuts, falls, soreness and confusion,

all remnants of the past struggle to attain this needed change.

This is the time to reach for balance in life,

avoiding any excesses and knee-jerk responses,

so the new unfolding circumstance can adjust to your thoughts and life,

and you can strive for health to rid yourself of past apprehension,

thus transitioning freehold.

When you are not ready to change,

any pursuit is fraught with blockage

and manifestations of warning and danger,

thus conveying the inappropriateness of this path,

awareness being the saviour.

When all is right, the transition can be quick and decisive,

free from any stumbling blocks

and the attraction of negatively changed environments,

encouraging a new perspective and acceptance,

of the change you deem important in your life.

Often in change, many people no longer fit into your life,

and simply fall away, no longer connected to your mindset,

this is normal and as we grow we often out grow people,

who are on their own path of learning.

Change invites the 'new' in all aspects of life,

and if embraced can lead to circumstances unexpected and life-changing.

Change is inevitable, the gift bringer, and so we should surrender to it and allow ourselves to grow.


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    • Tony DeLorger profile imageAUTHOR

      Tony DeLorger 

      5 years ago from Adelaide, South Australia

      Thanks Diana. Glad you connected. Take care.

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      Diana L Pierce 

      5 years ago from Potter County, Pa.

      Well done, Tony. Voted up and beautiful.


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