Action is necessary to fulfill what one is seeing and knowing. Action does not have to be immediate, however, for there should be a period of contemplation.
There are, in fact, three stages in the process of seeing, knowing and acting. There is seeing a sign. Something stimulates you. You recognize something must be done.
There is a time to contemplate, a time of knowing what this is, feeling the need to take it into your mind and your heart. Then there is a time of action.
The action itself may have many stages. It may be a very long process, in fact, and that is true within the context of the Great Waves of change.
Even a specific change that must be undertaken in one’s life may have many steps involved. You may only know the first few, but it is necessary to move with Knowledge. Only then will you know if what you are seeing is true. Only then will you know its great importance for your life.
Passage from The Great Waves of Change, Chapter 14.