What does it mean - meet the change? How can I meet and adapt to something that keeps changing?
Meeting change is our ability to experience this moment clearly, by observing our thoughts that cover and distort what is, and projecting what isn't.
Most of us perceive life mentally rather than experientially - through our ideas rather than through our actual momentary experience.
That means, we interpret life from a view point of right and wrong, good and bad, should or shouldn't, and not from what is really happening [reality].
Our experiences became our thoughts and feelings, and not what is.
What is can be described and experienced through our 5 senses, the breath, bodily sensations.
When we ask each other the casual "how was your day?" - we mean by that to what kind of thoughts and feelings you had about your day.
How we interpret this moment is based on our past memory and experience, and we don't notice that we perceive this moment with the eyes of the past.
To work with change, I have to meet this moment and examine what I can do with it, as it changes.
Q: How can I support myself through change?
A: Understand that change is factual and thoughts are subjective.