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Break Through the Buried Message Hidden in the Desire to Sing

Updated on November 7, 2011

MODE of Cosmic Therapy Esoteric Psycho-Analysis

In the Dark Deep Murky Places
In the Dark Deep Murky Places

MODE of Cosmic Therapy: Getting to the Heart of the Matter

How many of you ever wanted to sing but never tried because you were afraid someone would make fun of you? The same preventative principle that is applied to music pertains to art, drama, writing, and of course, simple honest communication.

When you are too concerned about what others will say, the dread of how you will be received silences your own voice. Embarrassment is the clearest indication that what you want {or are trying to do} undoubtedly needs expressing. Unless you are willing to search, retrieve and convey those buried artistic aspects of yourself, which you have never been properly introduced to, you will remain a mystery to yourself and others.

Nothing can fulfill the restlessness occurring in your body except by and through the releasing of pent up artistic ventilation. If you continue to refuse to follow that inner gnawing of creative desire, you will suffer immeasurably. Not only that, but your relationships will ‘flit and flounder’ because of your obvious denial.

You will remain bored, unhappy and unfulfilled seeking outside for barren remedies to quiet the inner barricades. In order to ‘kick down the barriers’ that prevent you from being a natural born artist, entertainer, writer, singer, comedian, actor, doctor, lawyer, teacher, Indian Chief, or a million other artistic endeavors. Whatever your soliciting heart desires, you simply must respond to the demands of the divine call. “Pay attention.”.

The deal is: you will be required to stop bad mouthing yourself or others who you deem more fortunate or talented. You will have to come to terms with the truth that no one has it any better than you do. You have not be left out of the party. You have not been robbed. You have not been lied, to, cheated, denied or cast to the sidelines. You were never going to meet these aspects of yourself any other way or until you were ready.

Every incident you have experienced has brought you to this most perfect hour of latent talent introduction. If these words resonate with you, it is only because you are ready to pursue the voyage of enterprising self. {A launching of new indescribable possibilities stand before you ready for you venture into.} But, you must be aware of setting yourself up for personal self-willed incapacitation.

Because these aspects of yourself are so ready to explode onto the scene of reality, you will do things to paralyze your actions. No one else does it to you. You do it all by yourself. Another blatant self-sabotaging clue to be on the look-out for: “when you have the inclination or impetus to start defending, excusing, explaining or justifying yourself or your actions in this new ‘awkward’ uncharted direction”.

When this occurs, KNOW beyond a shadow of a doubt that you are lying. Not to the other but to yourself! Cease immediately with the mealy mouthed blabbering and apologizing. Do what you have to do and do it quickly! Moments of hesitation will be cast into the sea of forgetfulness never to be remembered anymore, IF you bite your tongue before wallowing in self-pity or guilt for being so selfish and self-absorbed.

Self-doubt, fear of change, and the thoughts of not having any talent will be swallowed up by your natural desire to express yourself artistically IF you stand in the midst of the whirlwind. An instinctive GUT ‘detector’ enables you to contact your lost/hidden artistic needs, as long as you are willing to move through the door of self-delusion. By careful study and application, you will be able to break through that wall of self-incrimination into a field your unrealized artistic potential.

As you begin to get still and listen to your inner soul’s yearning, you will discover a world of untold merit. You will literally be stunned by the accuracy of the things you know without knowing how you know them.

You must trust your gut, however without reservation. It is the sole intent of your inner compass to provide an avenue of immaculate perception, where you no longer ‘take for granted’ the exquisite beauty found within the mundane, dull, and seemingly lifeless artifacts peppering your world. You may be asking, “But, how and where do I start?” Right where your feet are planted! Without having to dig and search, the yellow brick road beckons you exactly where you are placed.

Here lies a simple esoteric secret, “What are the closest photographs you have near you?” (Wherever you are sitting) These photographs are designed to elicit a response in you. Whether the response is negative or positive, matters little. What does matter is that it makes you ponder.

A significant connection is directly linked to them. If you must take a journey to retrieve the first photograph, do so. But, be consciously aware of what you are passing along the way. Be exceedingly mindful of what you see, though you may have passed by it a 1000 times before. Do not look for a specific photograph.

It must be the first one you get to without having one in mind. Your artistic talent is intricately tied to this photograph in some important way. Do not jump to obvious conclusions but look beneath to the motivating factor. It’s there. It’s always been there. You’ve just been to busy or bitter to see it. Get over your ‘hardening of the arteries’ mindset!

It’s high time to rock and roll, shimmy and shake out onto the yellow brick road.



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    • Paula Andrea, MA profile image

      Paula Andrea, MA 7 years ago from www.mode of cosmic

      I'm thrilled! Sing it from the roof tops. Dance it in the streets. Write what motivates you the most...

    • Hello, hello, profile image

      Hello, hello, 7 years ago from London, UK

      Thank you for writing a very interesting point of view of a complete different subject. I have learned a lot from it.