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“Think of change as a buffet: there will be some things you love, some things you hate, and some things that are just plain weird, but ultimately, you get to choose what you put on your plate (what aspects you embrace).” - Uknown


Change is an inevitable part of life, whether it be personal or professional. It can bring about feelings of uncertainty, fear, and anxiety, but it also presents opportunities for growth, improvement, and progress. Therefore, being prepared and open to change is crucial to adapt, thrive, and move forward in both our personal and professional lives. In this article, we’ll explore some practical steps on how to get ready for change.

Step 1: Develop Self-Awareness

Self-awareness is essential when preparing for change. Understanding your strengths, weaknesses, values, and motivations can help you identify what changes you need to make, why they matter to you, and how best to approach them. Take time to reflect on where you are now and where you want to go. Consider what has worked well for you in the past and what hasn’t so that you can build on those experiences moving forward.

Step 2: Build a Support Network

Having people around you who understand and support your goals can provide valuable encouragement during times of transition. Seek out mentors, coaches, friends, family members, or colleagues who have experience navigating similar changes. They can offer guidance, share resources, and hold you accountable throughout the process. Additionally, having someone to talk to about your fears and concerns can alleviate stress and increase motivation.

Step 3: Set Clear Goals

Setting clear, specific, measurable, achievable, relevant, and time-bound (SMART) goals helps create structure amidst chaos. When faced with change, break down larger objectives into smaller milestones. This allows you to track progress, celebrate successes, and maintain momentum even if setbacks occur. Remember to remain flexible, as adjustments may be necessary along the way.

Step 4: Identify Potential Obstacles

Anticipating challenges beforehand enables better preparation and resiliency. Ask yourself questions like What could prevent me from reaching my goals? Who or what might stand in my way? How can I address these obstacles proactively? By acknowledging potential barriers, you can develop strategies to overcome them and reduce their impact.

Step 5: Cultivate a Growth Mindset

People with a growth mindset believe that abilities can be developed through dedication and effort. Rather than focusing on perceived limitations, embrace learning new skills, adopting novel approaches, and seeking feedback. Recognize that failure is simply another opportunity to learn and grow.

Step 6: Practice Self-Care

Tending to physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual needs supports overall well-being during periods of change. Schedule regular exercise, eat nutritious meals, prioritize sleep, engage in relaxation techniques, and seek counseling services if needed. Taking care of yourself ensures that you have the energy and stamina required to navigate transitions successfully.

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Being ready for change involves self-reflection, goal setting, planning, and proactive action. Building a strong foundation by developing self-awareness, cultivating a support network, practicing self-care, and maintaining a positive attitude sets the stage for successful adaptation. With determination, flexibility, and perseverance, anyone can prepare themselves for change and turn it into an opportunity for growth and advancement.


“Preparing for change is like assembling furniture: it comes with confusing instructions, you might need help from a friend (or a therapist), but eventually, you’ll have something functional (and hopefully not wobbly).” - Uknown

Life is full of surprises, often presenting us with situations requiring adaptation and evolution. While change can feel uncomfortable and overwhelming at first, being prepared can significantly improve our ability to cope, adapt, and ultimately thrive. In this article, we’ll discuss the benefits of getting ready for change, which extends beyond simple survival to encompass enhanced creativity, improved problem-solving capabilities, increased resilience, stronger relationships, and greater fulfillment.

1. Enhanced Creativity

When facing change, individuals who are adequately prepared tend to exhibit higher levels of creative thinking. New scenarios require innovative solutions, pushing one’s boundaries further and fostering the development of fresh ideas. As a result, readying oneself for change nurtures curiosity, exploration, and imagination, contributing to a richer, more dynamic perspective on life.

2. Improved Problem-Solving Capabilities

Adapting to change demands effective problem-solving skills. Anticipating shifts prepares the brain to analyze complex issues, evaluate various options, and select optimal courses of action. Furthermore, becoming comfortable with ambiguity builds confidence in decision-making processes, empowering individuals to tackle unforeseen circumstances head-on.

3. Increased Resilience

Resilience refers to an individual’s capacity to bounce back after experiencing adversity. Practicing readiness for change instills tenacity and grit, equipping individuals to manage unexpected events gracefully. Over time, this fortitude engenders optimism, persistence, and adaptability, enabling one to conquer challenges while remaining true to core principles and beliefs.

4. Stronger Relationships

Fostering connections with others plays a vital role in weathering change effectively. Having a robust support system provides access to diverse viewpoints, shared knowledge, and collective wisdom. Moreover, engaging with empathetic listeners offers reassurance, validation, and inspiration, reinforcing bonds between individuals and promoting mutual understanding.

5. Greater Fulfillment

Lastly, being prepared for change contributes to a sense of purpose and satisfaction. Individuals who actively pursue growth and transformation report feeling more fulfilled, engaged, and satisfied with their lives. Proactively managing change propels personal development, leading to heightened awareness, expanded consciousness, and increased gratitude – all factors associated with enduring happiness.


Throughout history, humans have grappled with change, striving to comprehend its implications and devise coping mechanisms. Although the concept of “getting ready for change” gained prominence in recent decades due to rapid technological advances and globalization, traces of preparatory practices date back millennia. Exploring these origins reveals a timeless human endeavor to confront uncertainty, evolve personally, and prosper collectively.

Ancient Wisdom:

Many ancient philosophies emphasized the importance of inner reflection and self-discovery, paving the way for modern notions of self-awareness and readiness. For instance, Stoicism taught equanimity in the face of external forces, encouraging practitioners to focus on what lies within their control. Similarly, Buddhist teachings promoted nonattachment and impermanence, urging followers to accept the transitory nature inherent in existence. These age-old ideologies provided foundational concepts influencing contemporary methods for dealing with change.

Early Psychological Thought:

As psychology emerged as a scientific discipline in the late 19th century, pioneers such as William James and Sigmund Freud explored the intricacies of human behavior, cognition, and emotion. Their work contributed to burgeoning theories regarding adaptation and resilience, laying the groundwork for later research on change management and readiness.

Modern Business Management:

Business leaders recognized early on that organizational agility was critical to surviving market fluctuations and competitive pressures. Consequently, prominent figures like Peter Drucker advocated continuous learning and innovation, highlighting the value of proactivity over-reactivity. More recently, authors like Spencer Johnson (“Who Moved My Cheese?”), John Kotter (“Leading Change”), and Daniel Goleman (“Emotional Intelligence”) delved deeper into psychological aspects of transformative processes, underscoring the significance of individual attitudes and behaviors.

Contemporary Science and Technology:

Rapid developments in neuroscience, artificial intelligence, and related fields continue to inform current discourse surrounding change readiness. Researchers employ cutting-edge tools and methodologies to study neural plasticity, cognitive biases, social dynamics, and other factors shaping responses to shifting conditions. Insights gleaned from these studies contribute to refining evidence-based interventions aimed at bolstering preparedness and mitigating negative impacts.


Our minds possess remarkable capacities for learning, adaptation, and transformation. Tapping into these innate abilities requires mastering certain principles and applying strategic techniques known as “mind hacks.” Utilizing these tactics empowers us to become more resilient, resourceful, and responsive when encountering change. Let’s examine several powerful mind hacks for honing change readiness.

Principle 1: Reframe Challenges as Opportunities

Instead of viewing change as a threat, consider it an opening for growth, discovery, and expansion. Train yourself to spot possibilities embedded within every shift, no matter how daunting or unwelcome. To do so, practice asking exploratory questions like:

  • What can I gain from this situation?
  • How does this challenge serve my development?
  • Can I leverage this event to enhance my skillset or broaden my horizons?

By reframing challenges as opportunities, you activate curiosity and excitement rather than dread and resistance.

Principle 2: Focus on Solutions Instead of Problems

Directing attention towards finding answers instead of dwelling on difficulties accelerates progress and reduces anxiety. Encourage solution-oriented thinking by posing queries such as:

  • What alternatives exist for addressing this issue?
  • Which resources can aid in solving this problem?
  • Who else has tackled something similar, and what insights did they share?

Redirecting mental energies toward resolution activates constructive engagement and fosters hopefulness.

Principle 3: Break Down Large Tasks into Smaller Steps

Overwhelmed by monumental tasks or sweeping alterations? Divide large projects into bite-sized chunks to promote incremental gains and reinforce momentum. Applying this principle entails answering questions like:

  • What’s the most straightforward aspect of this undertaking that I can accomplish right away?
  • Once completed, which step should I tackle next?
  • How can I reward myself for achieving each mini-goal?

Segmenting ambitious targets into manageable segments makes progress appear less insurmountable and increases motivation.

Principle 4: Engage Social Supports

Surrounding ourselves with caring allies multiplies strength, courage, and resolve. Solicit advice, assistance, and affirmation from trusted confidants by asking:

  • Whose expertise can benefit my efforts?
  • Who shares similar experiences and can lend a sympathetic ear?
  • Where can I find supportive communities dedicated to personal growth?

Accessing communal resources amplifies resilience and hastens recovery during challenging moments.

Principle 5: Foster Gratitude Attitudes

Appreciation fuels positivity, magnifying joy and minimizing hardship. Infuse thankfulness into daily routines via activities like journaling, meditation, or verbal expressions. Ponder questions such as:

  • What am I grateful for in my present circumstances?
  • How have previous trials led to beneficial outcomes?
  • What qualities within me enable me to triumph over adversity?

Prioritizing gratitude creates fertile soil for harvesting patience, compassion, and acceptance amid upheaval.


  • Sitting by side so you can perceive nuances in facial expression, gestures, and coloration of the skin and not stay in the way of a client who is accessing their images and creating metaphors in front of them.
  • Modulate your voice and speak slowly and melodically.
  • Be interested in client exploration.
  • Repeat the client’s words using his voice delivery. For instance, when the client spoke about an exciting event, his face lightened up, his words speeded up and his tone of voice was higher. As a professional, you are, to match his expression or attend acting class to learn essentials.
  • Connect the question and experience with coordinating conjunction and/as/when.


“Change is like life: messy, unpredictable, and sometimes throws you curveballs, but ultimately, it’s the journey that matters, not the perfectly planned destination.” - *Unknown"

Vlad: “Hello, What can I do for you today?”

Client: “It seems that I am always procrastinating making a change, so I am going in the circle. Wanting, desiring, deciding, and then something comes on and interrupts my path. So I start again and I find myself in the beginning.”

Vlad: “If I understood it correctly is as if some part of you doesn’t want to change. Let me ask you. What will happen if you do change in your relationships and family, job, money, time?”

Client: “I just thought I’d change in job context without realizing how this will affect my ongoing relationship.”

Vlad: “You might consider the Core transformation method by Connirae Andreas. Allow me to guide you in the next 30 minutes.”

Client: “Ok. Let’s go for it.”

Core Transformation

Client: “Something had changed. I can feel more relaxed now and connected with my inner me. I got a sense of how I will structure the change inputting all people in my life and adding time.”

Vlad: “From the state of deep connection that radiates through, transforms, and enriches your initial feeling. How do you feel about changing now and in the future?”

Client: “Good. I see the path congruent with who I am and I see myself in the future having changed for good.”

Vlad: “That’s good to hear. Good luck.”

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Vlad: “Hello, What can I do for you today?”

Client: “It seems that I am always procrastinating making a change, so I am going in the circle. Wanting, desiring, deciding, and then something comes on and interrupts my path. So I start again and I find myself in the beginning.”

Vlad: “If I understood it correctly is as if some part of you doesn’t want to change. Let me ask you. What will happen if you do change in your relationships and family, job, money, time?”

Client: “I just thought I’d change in job context without realizing how this will affect my ongoing relationship.”

Vlad: “Take all the time you need to create the 3 most effective and immediate behaviors that will be most suitable for the change. Step inside each and observe which is the best alternative for you as a person here, now, and in the future. Once you got it, come back to this room with the sensation of relaxation and comfort.”

Client: “Ok. I got it.”

Vlad: “Think about 8 events when you have changed after diligently gathering all data, preparing yourself, making time for action, and committing in front of your peers and family. See what you saw, hear what you heard, feel what you felt. Run them faster and faster noticing they are overlapping till they become one movie where you have become the change. Come back when you feel in your body the commitment to this new alternative.”

Client: “Now I can see myself on the path as well as already done it in the future.”

Vlad: “To connect deeply you might consider the Core transformation method by Connirae Andreas. Allow me to guide you in the next 30 minutes.”

Client: “Ok. Let’s go for it.”

Core Transformation

Client: “Something had changed. I can feel more relaxed now and connected with my inner me. Thanks very much.”

Vlad: “You are welcome. From the state of deep connection that radiates through, transforms, and enriches your initial feeling. How do you feel about the change now and in the future?”

Client: “I feel a real commitment now and in the future. I know that I have done it.”

Vlad: “That’s good to hear. Good luck.”


Transformation constitutes an integral component of human existence, punctuating monotonous routines with exhilarating bursts of novelty and diversity. However, negotiating transitions often prove challenging, and fraught with trepidation and uncertainty. Streamline the passage from stasis to dynamism by adhering to a fundamental schema charting the course toward desired destinations. Traverse this elementary map to traverse the threshold separating erstwhile complacency from burgeoning possibility.

Step 1: Clarify Intentions

Ignite the spark of transformation by articulating crystal-clear objectives, and defining concise targets aligned with heartfelt desires. Specify precise coordinates guiding the compass needle, providing unambiguous directives steering irrevocably towards marked locations. Coalesce vague yearnings into sharply defined vectors through contemplation of queries such as:

  • What specifically do I wish to achieve?
  • Why does this aim resonate profoundly within my soul?
  • How will the realization of this objective elevate my life experience?

Formulate succinct declarations expressing essential essence, encapsulating raison d’Γͺtre within terse phrases radiating clarity and conviction.

Step 2: Assess Present Circumstances

Gauge baseline conditions serve as a launchpad for impending voyages, appraising current status relative to stated intentions. Diagnose discrepancies demanding redress, revealing gaps separating reality from aspiration. Discern incongruities through diagnostic assessment of indices like:

  • What aspects of my life currently diverge from stated objectives?
  • How pronounced are these misalignments?
  • What ramifications arise from sustained dissonance?

Determine variances objectively, avoiding judgment or criticism, recognizing inherent worth regardless of measured distances traversed.

Step 3: Determine Required Resources

Enumerate essential commodities populating inventory necessary for safekeeping during odyssey, cataloguing provisions stockpiled against contingencies likely to materialize en route. Calculate minimum viable product sufficiency, balancing maximal utility against finite logistical constraints. Provision accordingly through provisioning procurement of prerequisites such as:

  • Time: Allocate temporal bandwidth, scheduling devoted intervals reserved exclusively for designated purposes.
  • Energy: Marshal psychophysiological reserves, summoning requisite vigor to sustain concerted exertions.
  • Knowledge: Acquire specialized competencies, studying theoretical foundations buttressing practical applications.

Provision sufficiently, securing adequate supplies against foreseeable vicissitudes liable to complicate travel arrangements.

Step 4: Design Action Plans

Prescribe detailed prescriptions outlining tactical measures instrumental in bridging chasms cleaving intentions from existing conditions. Sequence chronologically ordered sequences of graduated steps scaling incrementally towards zenithal summits. Prescribe therapeutically through the prescription of regimes incorporating components such as:

  • Small wins: Engineer easily achieved milestones furnishing quick victories, and reinforcing faith in ultimate deliverance.
  • Momentum builders: Initiate cascading series of reciprocal actions triggering chain reactions multiplying effects exponentially.
  • Accountability checks: Install monitoring devices measuring progress, and reporting deviations from planned trajectories.

Script carefully, calculating dosages precisely administered according to strictly followed schedules.

Step 5: Launch Into Execution

Commence implementation of prescribed plans, translating abstract designs into palpable realities. Activate engines propelling vehicles forward, igniting combustion transforming static diagrams into kinetic movements. Operationalize initiatives through initiation of inaugural moves setting precedents for follow-on acts. Act decisively, executing orders flowing from clearly defined commands issued by authoritative voices.

Undertaking the basic process of getting ready for change mobilizes latent agency, animating dormant seeds sprouting wings lifting off from terra firma towards celestial skies. Adhering to this structured template organizes chaotic flux into intelligible narratives, rendering legible stories previously obscured behind bewildering arrays of random fragments strewn haphazardly across expansive terrains. Undertake pilgrimages boldly, guided by beacon fires casting warm light upon darkened roads tracing routes leading to promised lands overflowing with abundance.


Meditation serves as a powerful vehicle transporting practitioners towards serene landscapes inhabited by stillness and calm, offering sanctuary amid tumultuous seas of turmoil and strife. Employing meditative practices to get ready for change cultivates inner stability, fostering resilience necessary to weather storms accompanying transitions. Access this repository of tranquility through immersion in contemplative traditions, drawing upon timeless wisdom distilled over millennia of cumulative knowledge.

Step 1: Choose a Quiet Location

Select a peaceful venue providing refuge from external distractions, carving out oases of solitude conducive to concentrated reflection. Prioritize quietude, eschewing boisterous locales teeming with sensory overload threatening to derail introspection. Secure private spaces shielded from intrusions, guarding precious moments against encroachment by mundane concerns clamoring for attention.

Step 2: Assume a Comfortable Posture

Assume ergonomic positioning facilitates relaxed alertness, striking a balance between ease and wakefulness. Extend the spine vertically, stacking vertebrae one atop another, aligning skeletal structure optimally. Ground feet firmly on terra firma, distributing weight equally across soles. Rest hands gently upon thighs, cradling limbs softly without constriction. Close eyes lightly, softening gaze inwardly, centering focus upon breath streaming continuously through nostrils.

Step 3: Regulate Breathing Rhythm

Establish steady respiratory cadences synchronizing smoothly with pulsatile heartbeats echoing rhythmically within chest cavities. Monitor inflows and outflows coursing through sinuses, observing ebbs and flows waxing and waning naturally. Match inspirations with equal duration expirations, synchronizing dual actions harmoniously. Slow tempos moderately, prolonging durations incrementally, extending pauses momentarily between inhalations and exhalations.

Step 4: Witness Thoughts Arising

Observe passing trains of thoughts drifting languidly like clouds sailing silently overhead, neither grasping nor rejecting fleeting impressions flickering briefly before vanishing. Abandon attempts to suppress mental activity, conceding temporary dominion to capricious whims flitting randomly through cerebral cortices. Release judgments concerning quality or relevance, suspending editorial commentaries adjudicating meritorious worthiness.

Step 5: Introduce Change Imagery

Introduce symbolic representation of anticipated transitions, inserting subtle suggestions gesturing towards impending mutations. Populate mental screensaver backgrounds with iconographic images symbolizing hoped-for transformations, embedding allegorical references hinting at envisioned futures. Allow pictorial prompts to infuse gentle reminders of pending alterations, nudging unconscious minds towards preparedness for upcoming shifts.

Step 6: Radiate Compassion Towards Self

Extend loving kindness towards own beings, bathing hearts filled with warmth and affection. Radiate tender feelings towards selves deserving cherished, forgiving failings attributable to humanness inherently flawed yet divinely inspired. Accept imperfections gracefully, recognizing inherent goodness buried beneath layers of societal conditioning imposed externally.

Step 7: Return to Everyday Activity

Gradually resurface from depths plumbed during meditations, returning to surface-level awareness and attending ordinary activities filling days with meaning and purpose. Carry equanimity cultivated during seated sessions into a bustling marketplace crowded with buyers and sellers peddling wares eagerly sought after by throngs of consumers hungry for gratification. Transfer peacefulness absorbed during retreats into boardrooms dominated by executives strategizing quarterly earnings reports satisfying stakeholders anxious for profits.


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Q: I’m facing a big change, and I’m feeling overwhelmed. What can I do?

  1. Break it down: Divide the change into smaller, more manageable steps. This can make the process feel less daunting and help you stay motivated.
  2. Seek support: Talk to friends, family, a therapist, or a support group who can offer encouragement and listen to your concerns.
  3. Practice self-care: Make sure to prioritize activities that help you manage stress and maintain your well-being, like exercise, meditation, or spending time in nature.

Q: How can I change my negative mindset about change?

  1. Reframe change as growth: Instead of viewing it as a disruption, see it as an opportunity to learn, explore, and acquire new skills.
  2. Focus on the positive outcomes: Visualize the benefits of overcoming the change and achieving your goals.
  3. Celebrate milestones: Acknowledge and reward yourself for reaching smaller goals along the way. This positive reinforcement helps associate change with positive feelings.

Q: What practical steps can I take to prepare for change?

  1. Gather information: Learn as much as you can about the change to feel more informed and in control.
  2. Develop a plan: Outline the steps you need to take to adapt to the change. Prioritize tasks and set realistic deadlines.
  3. Identify resources: Explore available resources, such as training programs, support groups, or financial aid, that may assist you in making the transition.

Q: Is it normal to feel scared or resistant to change?

A: Absolutely! Change often involves leaving our comfort zone, which can be unsettling. Acknowledge and accept these feelings, but don’t let them hold you back.

Q: How can I maintain motivation throughout the change process?

  1. Focus on the “why”: Remind yourself why you want to make this change and the positive outcomes it will bring.
  2. Track your progress: Keep a journal or use a progress tracker to witness your achievements, which can be a great motivator.
  3. Find a change buddy: Partner with someone who is also going through a change and offer each other support and encouragement.

Remember, change is a natural part of life. By adopting a positive mindset, taking practical steps, and seeking support, you can successfully navigate the process and come out stronger on the other side.


  • Q: What’s the best way to get ready for change? A: Wear comfortable clothes, you never know how long you’ll be waiting in the “under construction” zone.
  • Q: What’s the difference between getting ready for change and doing your laundry? A: Laundry only smells bad until you wash it.
  • Q: What do you call someone who resists change with every fiber of their being? A: A statue. (Bonus points if someone replies, “But statues eventually get weathered and change!”)
  • Q: How do you prepare for a change in routine? A: Set 100 alarms so you can experience the joy of change every five minutes.
  • Q: What’s the best advice for embracing change? A: Fake it ’til you make it… comfortable with the new situation.
  • Q: Why did the indecisive person struggle to change their clothes? A: They couldn’t decide which “new normal” to wear.
  • Q: What did the light bulb say to the switch when it got turned on? A: “Looks like it’s time for a change!”
  • Q: What’s the only thing harder than changing a diaper? A: Changing your mind.
  • Q: Why did the computer programmer resist changing their code? A: Because they were afraid of introducing bugs.
  • Q: What’s the best way to get over the fear of change? A: Just remember, even diapers get changed! (This one might require a bit of audience discretion!)
  • Q: Why did the chameleon wear camouflage to the change seminar? A: They didn’t want to stand out.
  • Q: What’s the best way to prepare for a change in the weather? A: Just wear everything you own, just in case.


  • Shedding skin: Change allows us to shed the limitations of the past and grow into something new.
  • Sailing the seas: Embracing change is like setting sail on an adventure, full of unexpected discoveries and potential challenges.
  • Climbing a mountain: Preparing for change requires planning, persistence, and the courage to navigate unknown terrain, leading to an elevated perspective.
  • Metamorphosis: Change is a transformation, like a caterpillar becoming a butterfly, leaving behind the familiar to blossom with new possibilities.
  • Building a bridge: Overcoming resistance to change is like building a bridge, connecting you to new opportunities and perspectives.
  • Planting a seed: Initiating change is like planting a seed, requiring patience and careful nurturing to see it blossom into something beautiful.
  • Learning a new dance: Adapting to change is like learning a new dance, initially awkward but evolving into a graceful and confident expression.
  • Renovating a house: Change is like renovating a house, disrupting the familiar but ultimately creating a space that better reflects your needs and desires.
  • Navigating rapids: Navigating major change can be like whitewater rafting, exhilarating and unpredictable, requiring collaboration to overcome obstacles.
  • Mending a broken wing: Healing from change is like mending a broken wing, requiring time, patience, and support to regain strength and freedom.
  • Seasonal forest: Life, like a forest, experiences change through seasons. Embracing these changes allows you to thrive in different environments.
  • Unfolding a map: Planning for change is like unfolding a map, visualizing your journey, anticipating potential challenges, and charting your course.
  • Riding a rollercoaster: Embracing change can be like riding a rollercoaster, filled with unexpected twists and turns, but ultimately a thrilling and rewarding experience.
  • Sculpting a statue: Shaping your future through change is like sculpting a statue, chipping away at old habits, and refining your approach to reveal your full potential.
  • Flowing river: Change is like a flowing river, constant and dynamic, carrying you forward even when you resist. Learning to navigate its current allows for smoother passage.
  • Melting ice: Letting go of resistance to change is like melting ice, a slow process but ultimately allowing you to flow freely and adapt to your surroundings.
  • Rising sun: Change is like the rising sun, bringing new light, dispelling darkness, and signifying a fresh start with new possibilities on the horizon.


@book Richard Bandler, 1985; Using Your Brain–For a Change: Neuro-Linguistic Programming ISBN 978-0911226270

@abook Steve @ Connirae Andreas, 1988; Change Your Mind and Keep the Change: Advanced NLP Submodalities Interventions ISBN 978-0911226294

@book Rosen, Sidney, 1982; My Voice Will Go with You: The teaching tales of Milton H. Erickson ISBN 978-0393301359

@book George Lakoff & Mark Johnson, 1980; Metaphors We Live By ISBN 978-0226468013

@link The Wholeness Work

@link Core Transformation


“Think of change like a surprise party: you might not know what’s coming, but hopefully, there’s cake involved.” - Uknown

I have read books, watched videos, attended seminars, and practiced on myself and others. My interest in HOW TO GET READY FOR CHANGE had arisen from searching for reliable techniques that I could use to improve my life and life of others. I have learned several techniques for increasing suffering thus motivating and producing change. Changing and/or transforming kinesthetic sensation is the one of valued techniques I come across. I do recommend that you search for a practitioner who has knowledge, skills, experience, and elegance for your first session.


Getting ready for change is an active and intentional process that requires mental, emotional, and physical preparation. By embracing a growth mindset, setting clear goals, creating a supportive environment, taking care of oneself, and staying motivated, individuals can successfully navigate life’s transitions and transformations. Despite potential obstacles and setbacks, a willingness to learn, adapt, and persevere can lead to sustainable change and personal growth. Ultimately, getting ready for change empowers individuals to live happier, healthier, and more fulfilling lives.

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He is an explorer of the structure of subjective experience, seeking a deeper understanding of how people experience the world through their conscious and subconscious minds. He studies the inner worlds of thoughts, feelings, and sensations that shape our perceptions, behaviors, and choices.
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