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Drawing Upon the Well: The Oasis of Unlimited Potential

Updated on September 8, 2014

MODE of Cosmic Therapy Esoteric Psycho-Analysis

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Mode of Cosmic Therapy Esoteric Psychology: Investigating Interior Navigation

These days, it's all about learning how to navigate. It's not enough to map out where you want to go, or how you want to get there, but knowing how to activate individual appropriately devised honing tools for the journey will determine how much you will be able to enjoy the ride and appreciate the adventure.

Honing devices include the ability to recognize and relate specific events, people, places, situations,and circumstances that carry significant messages in them {for you} that could be easily overlooked if YOU are not paying attention. These hidden messages usually remain obscured because they are often lost in the midst of what seems to be insignificant things.

THINGS that would otherwise be labeled trivial or inconsequential.

For example: if you were to turn your head to your immediate left, at this very moment, at about a 45 degree angle, and peer five feet away, what do you see? I mean, precisely, exactly, in a fully animated detailed description, what would you tell me was occupying that particular space?

These THINGS, be they animate or inanimate are extremely important in the scope of your present mood and state of mind. Those THINGS hold immeasurable clues to your existence. BEFORE MY BRINGING YOUR ATTENTION TO THEM, they were simply standing as silent sentinels ready and available for observation but to no avail.

Not only were you not aware of them but probably thought of them as meaningless. They were not then, nor are they now, meaningless and without contribution. Did you really think that the THINGS that populate your world have no baring in it? IF they were not relevant and meaningful to you and for you, THEY would not be there {wherever there is}accountable and visual.

Recognizing and responding to the obvious clues

You are intricately connected to all things.

Up until this point, you had continually been surrounded by THINGS that seemed to have no particular relevance in your life. You erroneously believed that unless you had developed some sort of viable interactive relationship with "IT", the THING was simply unimportant, AS FAR AS YOU WERE CONCERNED. But, nothing could be further from the truth.


No more; no less. IF you see it, it means SOMETHING. That something has been drawn from the wellspring of your essential being! In other words, every single object, person, place or thing represents the whole of you! Alot of times, people walk around in a fog mumbling something about not understanding the purpose OR point of their lives.

They may even go so far as to mouth the words, "I really don't know what I want." Or worse, complain and bemoan certain events that have occurred as if they were in some way unattached to the specific outcome. They spin tales in a manner to those who are not wise enough to recognize the sound of self-agrandisement, of PLAYING THE ROLE of a totally unsuspecting bystander who had been taken advantage of and cast aside broken-hearted and dejected, in spite of the unceasing goodness that pervades their every cell.

If one is so inclined to give them the time of day and inclination of energy, any number of parasitical emotions will continue to surface: resentment, anger, bitterness, jealousy, grief, tawdy gossip,and blame. Yes, the old, "somebody's done me SO wrong song" comes in loud and clear IF you, too, are in THAT same place with a mind ready to identify with your having been cheated on, lied to, or betrayed in some manner, in some way.

But, here's where having the proper navigational tools come into play. Navigation is all about knowing how to follow one's innate resonating program. A specifically indelibly imprinted tonal pattern was implanted within you, while you were in the womb; locked and encoded into your specific DNA, for your convenience and application.

The key is to learn how to master the program. {To see/hear, relate, recognize and assign the various tones in proper order} What does that entail? Practice, of course. If you want to learn to play the piano, you must practice. But, even before practicing, you must become acquainted with the 88 keys.

How they blend together, how they respond singularly, how they work in harmony with other keys or how they scream dissonantly when combined with not so flattering ones. Knowing what works and what doesn't is helpful when trying to compose a beautiful melody. Let's face it, in order to know anything, the THING must become so familiar. NOT SO FAMILIAR THAT YOU TAKE IT FOR GRANTED, mind you but familair enough not to have to think about it.

Learning to love the rhythm in your soul

When you get silent and still, the way presents itself.

You naturally resonate with it; it resonates with you. To do that, one must learn to pay attention. Paying attention means exactly what it implies. There is a price demanded. That price involves the exchange of one's conscious awareness in order to be given the insight necessary to recognize his/her personal honing device being activated.

The musical honing device is constructed in such a way that it resonates at different decibels in different situations at differnt times. It's all a matter of becoming acutely aware of your surroundings at all times. This means to fully incorporate and appreciate the face of the other human that is staring directly into your space, as well.

This deliberate act of becoming aware of one's total surroundings involves time, patience, effort and committed dedication to seeing and hearing what's standing directly in front, back, sideways, top, bottom, in between and all around you at all times. You must be willing to come to that place within yourself whereby you verbally make the agreement to receive allTHINGSas not originating from the outside as you so feverishly want to maintain,without your intent, approval and invitation, but arising deep from within the well of your very own soul.

These THINGS are the irrefutable evidence in personal conceptualized form for you to process and experience passionately and joyfully. With that being said, and considering the fact that all THINGS DO IN REALITY form our self-created world, it may be time to look into how something as simple as astrological influences may be charted and used as a viable means of understanding your diverse inner landscape.

No doubt we are all deeply embedded in a journey of soul's delight. Some might even say we are on a 'ship in the desert'; others may say we're' flying on the wings of an Eagle' while on this sojouurn through Earth. Either way, it's a comforting THING to realize that WE ARE in fact CARRYING OUR OWN brand of Oasis in order to access when we get tired, thristy, disillusioned, scared, grumpy....

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    • Peggy W profile image

      Peggy Woods 

      8 years ago from Houston, Texas

      Very interesting! Sometimes we have too many things (objects) in our lives. I'm presently in a de-cluttering stage and enjoying the results. Having lost my dear mother earlier this year, I am honing in on what are the more important things in this life.

    • Paula Andrea, MA profile imageAUTHOR

      Paula Andrea, MA 

      9 years ago from www.mode of cosmic


      Thanks so much for your relevant comment. The insight you gained from your personal experiences have proven to be invaluable, as does each moment, of our daily walks, require of us to be fully present. Every second is precious and noteworthy. We, none know, 'what's coming down the line' but life provides us with the tools and equipment as needed at the time. Best to you and yours.


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      9 years ago

      Paula you are on the right track here. People DO need to pay very close attention to EVERYTHING, ALL THE TIME. Here is a brief but up close example. Had a good job. Took it for granted. Got laid off with 539 more people. Forced to sell house and wonder about the future. Made other living arrangements for family. Started collecting unemployment. With financial outlook better bought a small camcorder to take movies of family. Always wanted to do this but refused to spend the money before. Took home movies at in-laws at Thanksgiving. Wife's grandmother was there from out of state. It was a last minute surprise that she came. Turned out to be her last visit. Now who in this world knew this was going to happen? No one. Had I not lost my job, I would not have bought the camera because that money was needed to pay bills. Had I been paying attention to EVERYTHING, I would have seen this coming. Jobs disappearing, health issues of other people, and just EVERYTHING in general. Everything has a reason or cause. It's up to us to pay attention and see where we are going.


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