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Living Ecstatic Bliss By Remaining Open To Life!

77033129rNothing is for certain. We are not locked in. Everything is at our disposal. We are as free as the wind. Responsibility remains with ourselves, while duty and obligation have no place in our lives, when subjected onto us by someone else. It’s an inside job. The greatest disservice and most fierce act of unkindness we will ever do to another is when we negate, abate and sublimate our ‘natural and convenient’ innate desires.

Unless we are authentic and the real deal, we do not, have not, and will not show up for our lives, relationships and work. We are merely playing ridiculous games of pretense. Regrettably and stupidly, not the first one of them fulfills, sustains or registers. It’s simply a dreary monotonous merry-go-round.

The long and short of it is this: it matters what we do – but only to us! If we are doing anything for anyone at anytime, for any other reason than for the gut-driven, instinctive passion that drives us to express our deeply embedded sublime, sensual, sacred, sexual, artistic natures, we are nothing but disposable phonies. We are merely walking around, in a desperately empty, apathetically numbed, half-awake daze… haphazardly avoiding the next car that may plow right into us. The one and only problem with that unlived scenario: we won’t even know what hit us. Our short time here on Earth would have been null, void and without meaning.

What meaning, you may ask? You might not see any meaning, but you know you are here for some reason or purpose, you just don’t know what that is. Of course, you don’t, because you have not showed up for your life, yet. You walk around with either a chip (boulder) on your shoulder, because your life hasn’t’ worked out as you planned. Or maybe you are displaying an exalted sense of elevated importance, thinking you deserve more than you have.

The closed mind is a disease. You need to have an open mind; otherwise life will just pass you by ~ Danny Wallace

Or you gripe and complain continuously, gossip unceasingly, because you have to create drama for lack of any real substance. You change your mind chaotically, saying one thing while doing another, and you strive, compare, compete with just about everyone you ever met, come in contact with, or read about.

Bottom line: you either diminish or praise yourself beyond any possible human recognition.

Never once have you acknowledged, embraced or accepted your life exactly as it unfolds each moment, with each and every conceivable flaw you could possibly attach to it. You either want to fix it, fast-forward or flaunt it. Never once do you simply show up for it. You still believe, wholeheartedly, I might add, that you are supposed to ‘be somebody.’

In addition, underneath every action, you have the irrepressible need to ‘get something’ or ‘do something,’ so that you can once and for all prove how your specialness drives you forward. You erroneously believe people are going to one day pat you on the back and say what a marvelous job you’ve done. Not gonna happen, captain.

We are incestuously vested, vain creatures. We are often so intimately wrapped up in the cherished ideas we maintain about ourselves, along with the sordid morose ways we project those idealized notions, that we wouldn’t recognize the essence of who we are if we met ourselves at the local gas station.

The sad thing is, we believe our own prefabricated lies to the point of exhausting extinction. Our undying, undeniable need to be seen as good and decent human beings ruins every authentic word, gesture, action and thought we could ever muster up.

About all you can do in life is be who you are. Some people will love you for you. Most will love you for what you can do for them, and some won’t like you at all ~ Rita Mae Brown

We want to be ‘right,’ admired, respected, accepted, adored, agreed with, and last, but certainly not least, applauded for the wonderful, caring, patient, involved, intelligent, understanding, forgiving, noble, interested, kind, generous, beautiful person we work so hard to show that we are.

Never does anyone suspect we are all frauds… interested or vested in nothing whatsoever, except how it benefits and promotes us. Whether that be in the playing the victim role to the hilt, or demonstrating how much we go out of our way to do unto others, matters not. We silently, skillfully, seethingly count the cost, tabulate our losses or gains, the entire time we are doing what we do and being what we are.

Not only will we go to great lengths to prove to others how vitally indispensable we are, and magnificently fortunate they are to have our ‘saintly presence’ in their lives, but we will also fight a bitter, hopelessly futile, losing battle to demonstrate our so-called innocence when attacked, threatened or questioned. We sorrowfully never realize it is us who plays to the crowd by jumping through hoops of delusion and discontent. In other words, they’re our lies… we’re telling them like we want to.

Too bad, for us. While we so desperately cling to an idea of perfection, the always open road bars admittance to anyone who are not guileless vagabonds, without ideas, goals, expectations and usurping needs to ’make it.’ Showing up for our lives involves total rejection of competing for the center of attention. When we finally realize, rather starkly, that we are literally throwing ourselves, and whatever time we have been allotted, away for a ‘song and pony dance’ of meaningless charades we don’t’ even like or enjoy, we sit and stare unbelievably.

Art and life really are the same, and both can only be about a spiritual journey, a path towards a re-union with a supreme creator, with god, with the divine; and this is true no matter how unlikely, how strange, how unorthodox, one’s particular life path might appear to one’s self or others at any given moment ~ Genesis P-Orridge

Yes, we all have a unique, divine purpose for being alive. We will never recognize it, though, as long as we are on any other road of manifestation other than always open. What does that mean, exactly? It means we don’t cage ourselves into a role of identification which appeases our minds. We don’t gravitate to the easy, identifiable associations that so easily beset us.

We risk being thought of as anything other than what we think we are, or need. We forfeit unmotivated security, including the five, ten, twenty year goal plan, for ‘raw and real’ discovery in each moment. We cease needing to defend, excuse or explain our actions. We dare to strip from our bodies, minds, relationships and lives any smidgen of pretense, hypocrisy and superficiality. We define ourselves in nothing or nobody.

We allow the always open road to envelope us so completely we cannot even with the most powerful known technological microscope tell the difference.

About The Author: Paula

Paula's innate metaphysical abilities, artistic talents, and entrepreneurial acumen have mixed wonderfully together to create a social media sensation, one who enjoys great popularity on LinkedIn, Instragram, Facebook, and YouTube. She dispenses not only accurate and intuitive divine wisdom but has artistic offerings that include vibrational soul paintings displayed on the internet, and she is a gifted singer and music producer as well. Her calling as a cosmic therapist led her to be the founder of MODE (Masters of Divine Essence) Cosmic Therapy Research Center, where she's published numerous books, songs and plays, and has held many workshops and seminars throughout the Southeast. She even produced her own program, The Mode of Cosmic Therapy Interactive Television Show that aired on WRTN, in Raleigh, NC, for ten years. Paula is also an avid astrologer who interprets the stars and predicts your chart energies at work. If you'd like a detailed glimpse at your own cosmic blueprint, or you have burning questions that require clear answers, Paula will employ all the tools and talents at her disposal for a reading that will dazzle and transform your life. You can find Paula at

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