[Excerpt from TT: 2009-09]
THE NATURE AND PROCESS OF GRIEF
Grief is always about change, and the process of accepting the truth about that change. This change is always in relation to something or someone else. Though the change may not be a literal loss or a literal death, the experience is always as if both of these have occurred.
[Excerpt from TT: 2002-05-23]
[clavis] I have noticed “things ending” or “things changing” around me, but I am at lost as to “where I should go next” (and no impulses). Could Michael give any insight?
[M_Entity] There are always impulses. In most cases where the sense of “no impulse” is present, the impulse is actually, quite simply, to “wait.” The impulse is informing you to manage reality as it stands currently, but that more information may be needed as a means for determining further impulses.
In other cases where the impulse is not recognized, it is because the impulse contradicts the momentum the fragment has invested in.