You might ask yourself: “why now?”, “Why me?”, “What did I do wrong?”.
A crisis is a battle.
Your life is under attack.
Basically, the destructive forces are at work.
It is as simple as that.
These forces might attack your marriage, your profession or other aspects of your life.
What matters is the dynamics involved.
The way to defend yourself is to work with these forces rather than against them.
You can’t stop the renewal forces to express themselves.
When you feel the forces of change waking up, embrace them.
On this planet, they are as essential as water and air.
They work together with creative forces and generate the life and death cycle.
This means that everything in life is subjected to evolution and change.
A crisis is a period of change.
It is a key moment of transformation where new plans and directions are being designed.
A transition can feel like a crisis because elements in your life are being shifted.
Work with the forces of nature rather than against them.
When destructive powers are at work, you can either resist them, strengthen your personal base or you can let go and move on with them.
Sometimes, the wave of transformation is too strong and there is nothing you can do to stop it.
The way to go through a crisis is to work with the forces of nature rather than against them.
You can play with these forces.
Try resisting. Then try to go with the flow and feel what is better.
If you swim in a river, you can swim with the current or try to go upstream.
Depending on what you face, both strategies can work.
Experiment with both.
Use your survival drive and respond with your instinct.