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MODE of Cosmic Therapy Esoteric Psycho-Analytic Stress Induced Change of Direction

Updated on May 17, 2011

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Terrifying Immanent Change Ignites Substantial Life-Rejuvenating Soul’s Pleasure

Change scares most people far too much. Incalculable stress follows simply because people will not accept the irrefutable fact that change is inevitable. It occurs every second, though, not necessarily registered, as such. People irrationally assume their lives are secure, safe and predominantly impervious to the unlikely events which may cause disruption IF they work to maintain and preserve the ‘way things are.’ Nothing could be further from the truth. What truth? The stark reality that they don’t like or want things to be any different than what they have grown accustomed to.

We view our circumstances with distorted eyes of preference reading the predictably static book of our lives in between the lines, “how can I hold onto this relationship,” (mate, career, money) “where do I need to make adjustments to keep things as they are,” (prestige, honor, admiration) to “what do I need to do to make certain nothing interferes with my current plans?” (favors, commitments, promises).

Many factors can and do trigger stress. Divorce, Death, Illness, Moving and the New Job are but a few of the events which cause us to tremble emotionally. We do what we can to limit the stress in our lives, usually in vain. Unfortunately, we don’t quite understand the beneficial effects of stress. Stress enables the human body to get through the ‘ups and downs’ of the life’s roller coaster ride. In other words, we are not without ammunition to prepare for and pivot through the circular unsettling storm. We have not taken in consideration, we are natural warriors who are effectually conditioned to meet and deal with any and every circumstance that ‘supposedly’ threatens us.

In fact, the word ‘threaten’ should be eliminated and replaced with making its abode with us for a season. Change does not mean danger. Our natural "fight or flight" response need not kick in. We are not being chased by a hungry tiger. We are merely approaching (going through) a not-yet- experienced avenue of unknown circumstances. We inaccurately access the situation in foreboding ways prior the event without justifiable cause. Note: the frenzied collapsing state of our worried, fretful, panicky, menacing, minds does not constitute rational justification.

We are not facing eminent doom or an impossible battle, merely a simple (no need to exaggerate) change of our presentably ‘preset’ environment. We do not need the adrenal glands to flood the bloodstream with high doses of adrenaline. We are more than capable of facing any incident which arises without our consideration, expectation, appreciation, validation or consent. Life will not ask us if we want the change but mercifully provides us with the psychological ways and means to overcome.

The bottom line: The one and only battle that ensues, (whenever we are under pressure) no matter what changes occur in our lives, is fought in the firing of the electrical synapses of the two pound grey massed matter of brain inside our skulls. We produce the, involuntarily unconscious, or voluntarily conscious spurious thought associated. In other words, we are hooked on personal drama, needing to create the idea that our lives are so important and significant, we inadvertently seek unnecessary problems to solve in the midst of the change.

As incomprehensible as it sounds, we like the sensation of stress. The incomparable indecision of our stuck minds elicits more focused attention to our limbs, forcing us to experience being alive. During stressful times, when our heart rates quicken, accompanied by increased blood flow, we enjoy the excited pleasure it invokes. Sort of like what happens to a penis when it engorges in erection; the bodily sensation releases more oxygen to the body's major organs and muscles. We get high on the endorphins as they flood the bloodstream acting as natural painkillers. We breathe harder while our digestion slows down, attempting to stimulate our cells for action.

More importantly, if, in the midst of stress induced times, we could learn to release pessimistic forethought, as we must do, in the act of pleasure filled, erotically climatic, intercourse, we could see how stress accentuates our lives. But, not IF we are determined to declare, “The sky is falling”, as Chicken Little notoriously spurned. Difficulties show up when we continue to dwell on a prefabricated outcome of doom and despair. {Why else would they be called difficulties?)

It’s all a matter of allowing nature to take its course. Do not label or assign ‘preferred outcomes’ to events which have not yet transpired. We, in all actuality, do not know what‘s best. Those results fall under the category of sublime significance and sacred parliament. In other words, we have no swaying influence in the matter, whatsoever. And, when we believe we do, we are causing ourselves all sorts of paranoid delusions.

We must get our hands, nose, mind, ears and voice out of the matter. Let it unfold without our bickering, fretting and constant irritating forecasting of disaster. When we gear up for such impending finality, the nervous system pumps inordinate amounts of hormones and chemicals, throughout the body which will drain our natural reserves. As with filling a car with gas, IF we continue to pump gas in the tank after it is full, the excess runs on the ground with no productive purpose served. The same goes for pumping too much food into our stomach, the body will surely suffer for it.

Unless we are willing to work continuously and committed, with focused attention, dedicated to crucify the monkey mind we possess by bringing the sly snake under submission, during these ever flowing ‘seasons’ of change’, we will continue to be baffled by our ever changing anxiously saturated moods. And, adding insult to injury, we will discover, the mind will betray us when we need it the most. Our minds are programmed to diffuse in periods of high level stress.

Why on earth would we psychologically melt in the times of so-called crises? {For no other reason than we are learning how to be truly unreservedly human.} No skirting around the issues. In doing so, we will encounter all sorts of different experiences that we will leave us without obvious answers, apparent solutions and/or revealing facts, beforehand.

The personal journey through Earth does not unfold from an established and maintained comprehensible level we access, but from a celestial point of reference. [It’s hidden from our present view.] We do not currently have the ‘right of entry’ of ineffable understanding, nor are we supposed to. But, once having gone through the path, the necessary life-enhancing elements, we are privy to, will be granted.

Am I saying all the immeasurable pieces of life’s puzzle will be given to us? No. We will constantly be led astray into all sorts of meaningless distractions and diversions which bring no lasting value of intelligible consequence. It’s all part of the ‘learning to be truly human’ process. We must experience every facet without dodging the hard balls. However, acute self-observation, during times of unexpected stressful episodes, will demand our full awareness in order to evolve beyond present limiting scenarios of depleting energy and bring with it new vigor and vitality.

Becoming more aware of just how we fall into self-ingrained patterns of self-debilitating worry and concern, will release us from a period of undue added nervous tension. Do we really need to exacerbate unexpected trauma (change) to awaken us? To break out of the habitual mold of resisting change is never easy but it is certainly incredibly rewarding and life-rejuvenating.


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