Guiding signs are those which suggest a turn in the flow of variants. If something is approaching that could substantially influence the course of events, a sign appears as an indication of this. When the current of variations makes a turn, you move onto another life line. Each has approximately the same qualities.
The flow in the stream of variations may cross lines with different parameters. Changes may be minor, yet you can feel the difference. It is this qualitative difference you notice consciously or unconsciously – you think that something is wrong.
Guiding signs appear only in the event that a transition to another life-line begins. You probably will not notice the different phenomena. For example, a crow caws over you, and you do not pay attention. You didn’t feel a qualitative difference, meaning that you are still staying on the previous line. But if something makes you become alert, this is a sign. Its distinguishing feature is that always indicates the beginning of a transition on a substantially different life line.« Back to Glossary Index