GPS: Your guide to navigating change
The Gaining Polarity System, or GPS for short, is a guide to making sense of life and giving it structure and direction when your world’s been turned upside down. Whether you instigate the change, or it finds you, it’s something you can never truly plan for because every change is different.
If you’ve ever experienced change in your life, you’ll know it can be an unorganised, confusing, and overwhelming beast. Sometimes it’s exhilarating and exciting, sometimes it’s heartbreaking and sad. Whether you instigate the change, or it finds you, it’s something you can never truly plan for because every change is different. You may be in a different life stage, the stakes might be higher or lower, and your readiness for the change can vary from one extreme to the other.
The moment of awareness that something needs to change, or has changed dramatically, can be overwhelming and confusing, painful and debilitating. Questions, fears, anger, stress, and uncertainty rush to the front of your mind, clouding your usually logical, clear thinking, and bringing any forward action to a grinding halt.
Instead, your mind is filled with questions such as: What do I do now? How could this have happened? How do I make this better? Can I make it better? Am I a bad mum? How come I’m the only one not coping?
The GPS provides guidance on:
- where to start with change and how to get a handle on what’s just happened;
- when to take action and when to step back and allow nature to take its course;
- the steps you can take to understand change and work with it, instead of against it; and
- what you can do to influence change in your world.
Take a systemised way through life’s challenging, confusing, and overwhelming moments – and get back some reassurance when everything else seems out of control.