Change. It’s on your horizon, if not already overhead. Nothing ominous to fear. Rather, a warning that trying to hang on too tightly to the status quo can be disastrous now. This doesn’t have to be a dire warning, as change is a fact of life. Trying to prevent change is like rowing upstream without oars. So, roll with the changes to keep your head above water. It’s likely the some people or situations you previously counted on are no longer there to support you in the same way as in the past … it’s only problematic if you allow it to be. No worries. You’ll get through this part of your journey all right, especially when you remember that you have all the resources you need within you. People will feel argumentative. Do not engage, if you can help it. If you’re feeling pressure build, take a break, get up off that chair and walk it off outside. Give yourself the opportunity to release so that you can maintain balance with a more positive attitude. This is the way to continue receiving new understandings and insights in spite of static in the lines.