We're told to "follow the light" when death comes. The same applies for any transition.
Transition means the death of an old way of being, and old way of having. It is the turning into and toward something new. The something new that is meant for you will feel lighter. We are wired to seek light. It's why we wake and walk by day and sleep by night. It's why it feels better to carry a lighter load than a heavy one.
When a time of change arrives for you I invite you to welcome it as a gift (perhaps an uncomfortable one) and to look for the light.
Here are some questions you can ask yourself.
Read through them and find the ones that ring as relevant for you:
"As I am valuable I trust that the light and lightness is available for me. Even in the darkest of times, of shadows, of death, the light is always ready for me when I remember to look for it."