Something needs to be taken one step at a time, not because you need to accept a stoic need to accept a process must be allowed to develop at a painfully slow pace but in order for you to gain a much clearer perspective about how much you have achieved already in a particular way. Take a step, stop to admire what your efforts have achieved. Doing so will help to confirm you're further down the proverbial road than you possibly believed yourself to be.
Expect soon to see for yourself and then confirm to certain others how able you are to 'put right' what you have known for some time needs 'putting right'. Where others might have been quick to accept or resign themselves to a situation being as it is, you've taken initiative to prove that it needn't remain as it is and can be made to be more flexible, accommodating and hopeful than it appears. You might not receive instant recognition for your efforts but it will come soon.
Contrary to popular belief and one that might, in some ways, be understandable, the cosmos doesn't favor some people and not others. We all wonder why we're struggling when it appears others are beneficiaries of fortuitous events that seem to happen with little or no effort made to make them happen. Some people take more risks than others and have a knack of knowing precisely when to take them to achieve a desired result. You're about to become of those people!
We can be very aware of relief when it presents itself and associate it with the end of a tense or unhelpful scenario. Where an area of your world that has been a source of uncertainty or frustration is about to experience closure, it's the new beginning emerging that will need your focus. A new challenge is presenting itself that you'll need embrace and rise to. Don't question your ability to do both. What's being released is making room for what's much more appropriate.
Sudden or out-of-the-blue developments often instill a sense of caution or wariness. There are those though that we don't mind being on the receiving end of. We don't mind having to deal with a sudden development when it's one we see as helpful, promising, exciting or inspiring. Where such a development might be occurring in your world, remain focused on why you should see it as all of the above and not treat it with suspicion or concern.
They say there's no future dwelling on the past. Archeologists would say otherwise. It's by making accurate assessments of the past that we can understand more about the present and, from here, the future. We know the past cannot be changed but are wise at times to allow ourselves to be helped to see what can be changed in the present. By looking backwards now, you're not overlooking what should be seen in the present. If anything, you're about to improve it immensely.
Much gets said about 'beauty'. It's in the eye of the beholder and known to be 'skin deep'. What one person might see as unattractive or uninspiring could be regarded as beautiful and inspiring beyond words to someone else. The same can be said about situations we believe to be far removed from what we wish they were. Soon, you'll have a good reason to feel more optimistic and hopeful toward what you might feel currently offers little to be inspired or hopeful about.
Our brains have an annoying and unhelpful default mechanism that causes us to lower expectations when we know we should be more optimistic and hopeful. We know we should be both yet, to protect us from any chance of disappointment, we decide to err on the side of pessimism. But – how often do we receive undeniable proof that we were wrong to think such ways? Refusing to lower an expectation now is not only wise, it's very appropriate!
How many important and life-changing inventions would have never seen light of day had the inventors chosen to listen to negative suggestions and advice? People are wary of those who push boundaries or seek to bring change where comfort and familiarity exist. We know when it is right and appropriate to ignore negative advice and it appears now is such a time for you. Don't be discouraged from pursuing a plan you know feels right in every way.
We refer to things called 'learning curves' for a good reason. Anything truly worth learning is rarely straightforward. We know there's much to be enjoyed from rising to a challenge or proving ourselves in a particular way. It's important to trust that you're not being expected to 'win' a particular battle now. There is, however, a need for you to accept and rise to a challenge that brings with it a steep learning curve. Expect soon to see how pivotal this will have been.
When a problem presents itself, we sometimes convince ourselves it has been carefully engineered by spiteful and unhelpful unseen forces determined to do nothing more than put obstacles in the way of important and cherished plans. We even believe we're being subjected to some form or cosmic or karmic punishment when others around us lead seemingly problem-free lives. It's time for you to tackle a problem, show it 'who's boss' and how undaunted by it you are!
We often feel pride and relief from discarding from our world what we believe has been taking up valuable and unnecessary space. A similar 'clearing out' process is occurring in an area of your world that involves removal of what has become irrelevant or superfluous. Be diligent and discerning about what's being removed but try not to let the process be fueled with emotion. It's by seeing any removal practically and sensibly that you won't risk removing what ought to have remained!