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Sacred Esoteric Psychology of the Stirring Unconscious Drives

Updated on April 6, 2014

Esoteric Psychology: MODE of Cosmic Therapy

 Pool of Unresolved Debris
Pool of Unresolved Debris

MODE of Cosmic Therapy: Prince Charming/Cinderella Deceptive Bogus

We possess an unshakable core self which is ultimately the soul of our unconscious drives. (We have no visual image of this composite except by/through relationships.) Our projected reality is based upon these bizarrely formed unions. Existence, as we currently experience it, is mirrored through the connections we imagine, create and sustain. As insatiable human beings, we secretly envy those whom we believe have those ‘ideal romantic commitments’ which seem to make Prince Charming and Cinderella seem pale in comparison.

We harbor secret expectations of living in a mighty dragon’s castle (lair) of embellished love, sex, romantic interludes of unending bliss. We ‘compare and contrast’ our lives with those who we deem as having ‘all together’. We secretly resent {and in some case even despise) those people who are more educated and can demonstrate those well-respected cherished educational accolades in some sort of noticeable fashion. (Especially, where monetary gain is concerned.) We are jealous of all those who we deem as prettier, more handsome, a perfect body or more personable in conversation.

Moreover, IF these unspecified gnawing discontented feelings are unconscious, (meaning we can not openly acknowledge, accept and own the instinctively vain constraint associated) they inevitably carry far more potent destructive force. And, because we feel these so profoundly helpless sensations (repressed bitterness; experiencing them as getting the ‘short end’ of the stick, incidents surface unexpectedly on many other levels afflicting intimate connections.) When these inexplicable occasions arise, we tend to over compensate for what we feel we lack.

In addition, we act sincerely admirable, supportive and helpful (to remunerate) for the guilt we feel for even having these thwarted emotions. We simply don’t know how to kick back and relax (accepting the various undisclosed negative sensations which uninvitedly accompany us) because we experience too much hopelessness in our circumstances. Without the games we play, and the added superficial stuff we attach to the outside to impress others, we are simply lost, afraid and alone. Envy is an ugly monster that devours our mind, cripples our body and deflates our inborn self-confidence.

We secretly show the world one face while we hide another face of who we really are identified with on the inside. The ability to release old ways of pretense, to move into uncharted area of unrestricted creativity, is attached to the naturalness of learning how to be ourselves without putting on a show to please.

Will we dare stop ourselves from doing and saying the things people expect us to say? Can we forfeit the chance to be seen a really NICE person? Do we have the courage to risk being labeled as someone who doesn’t give a damn? We must answer these questions. We must find the resolve to make them a part of our everyday existence or remained locked in a world of private hell.

Unfortunately, (to our own detriment) we want people to like us. So, we ultimately end up selling our soul to the highest bidder. (Again, especially IF he/she is someone who holds a prominent position) One, that we think we further our delegated aspiration. Stop the nonsense.

It’s high time to shift gears. Be ourselves. {However unpleasant that may be} Say no and mean it. (Especially, with/to the opposite sex!) Unless we feel comical, don’t toss ourselves away by trying to be funny, smart or cute. We are innately funny but NOT when we try to be. Subdue the luring inclination to make another ‘feel good’ or defend the person (mostly family members) when we feel he/she has made an inappropriate statement.

Stop trying to appear generous when we know that’s not what’s going on with us on the inside. When we give, give with no thought of how much and when or if it will be returned. Don’t foster the need and desire to be seen as polite/pleasant. We are doing nothing but being untrue to ourselves and the other when we take that soft approach. In other words, when we are authentically kind we are not aware of the sensation.

I think it was Paracelsus, a very wise Swiss philosopher who remarked,” Each man has all wisdom of the world within himself.” What is it you THINK you need or want from another? Now is the hour to accept totally without omission who and what you are in the fullness of the divine grace that has been given you. You do not need to follow the path of others in order to achieve your specific path and purpose. You do not need to seek validation through academic schooling. You must attend school solely because you yearn passionately to do it for the experience and not for some degree you will obtain. You must get rid of the natural inclination to jump to conclusions and most oftentimes, negative-ness.

You are eager to broaden your horizons in the area of work/job/occupation. Don’t be afraid [timid} to try something completely out of character. Humans are naturally inclined to be visual hands on learners who adapt quickly and readily when placed in a situation of inherent excitement. If you will but you apply yourself to the task at hand and not to the surroundings or the personalities involved, you shall see mountains moved on your behalf. . But, if you insist on following other people and the way they do things, you will be left waiting your turn because it is always your turn to step up to the plate. Don’t hold back. Do what your heart beats in tune for. The crucial thrill of what needs to done!

Don’t waste your effort, mind and energy in things that clearly don’t interest you in the least. Stop looking into the future saying, “One day I’m going to be famous, rich, happy, loved or appreciated.” You are as famous (fulfilled) now as you will ever be. You are not going to turn into another person who will be respected, adored or admired any more than you currently are engaged in at the moment. (Even if you were as famous as Elvis, himself.)

Your carriage awaits. Do the job because it’s the job at hand. Don’t seek any type of further validation for a job well done. The momentous self-enriching task speaks for itself. You have your reward the moment you lay your hand to plow to turn over the earth in the field. No one has it any better than you. You must resolve this turbulent unsettled demon in your stressed-out mind!


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      Martie Coetser 

      8 years ago from South Africa

      Paula, this hub is filled with fruit for thought. One should analise his/her drives daily... hourly... minutely. When I was still a child my biggest fear was: “What if ‘they’ don’t like me?” I always remembered my mother’s advice, and still do: “Just be your self.” One soon comes to terms with the fact that some people don’t like you, and anything you try to do about this, will change the minds of those who do like you. Great hub, voted UP!


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