MODE of Cosmic Therapy through Art
Though everyone tries to avoid being ordinary there’s something really spectacular about it. Not to be put on display, not to need to prove anything, not to be thought of as being ‘somebody’ special. A magnanimous power is attached to ordinariness. “Just to be natural, without pretense or defense; what a relief” We are all naturally born with supernatural talents, abilities and potential. No one enters this sphere of dimension without those particular gifts. Some are acknowledged; many are not. But, that concealed part of ourselves lies in waiting until at such time we are able to properly appreciate its force in our lives. Nothing occurs before it is time. When one embraces the privilege of not having to impress or be impressed, to laugh genuinely instead of for the mere sake of ‘fitting in’, to speak his honest unadulterated mind with no fear of recourse or retribution; then and only then, is man really considered free to exercise the unique gifts he possess. It matters not whether one is conscious of the enormous ‘storehouse of treasure’ locked within, until you move beyond the idea that you has been short changed in any way whatsoever; the potential of greatness remains sealed away.
Being truly ordinary makes one dangerous. Who can control, dominate, manipulate or influence a person who does not care either way? A man who lives simply by and from his instantaneous responses based upon gut instincts and nothing else ascends to heights yet untold. One who cares not what others say or think or will or will not do to him, for him or with him shows forth such an authentic character that little can stop or inhibit his ‘kismet’ layered path. One authentic man to be found among millions changes the course of destiny for himself/herself and others. What a privilege it is to see his authenticity in action. He will not be bribed or coerced into doing something he does not want to do. Nor can he be made to feel guilty over anything. Knock yourself out trying to cause him/her to feel remorse or regret but nothing will be altered except the reality of impersonal fireworks.
Imposition is an impossibility for he does not engage his time or energy in any endeavor that he does not feel natural and convenient. He creates his own waves and when and if the water gets too high, he either swims frantically to save himself, or should he so decide, to be inclined will let himself drown with the comforting gesture of ‘it has been fun’ wink of good-bye in the process. He knows without knowing how he knows that life is a series of unexpected non-related events that are habitually joined together to make an intravenous spectrum of varied experiences for his/her own personal use. He/she may tie his shoes on some days, but most days leaves the matter to resolve itself. He is hardly aware of the fact that he has shoes on much less whether they need tying or not.
Ambition takes no abode with him, nor can the scent of power arouse any trickle of emotion. Money can’t penetrate his consciousness for he realizes without recall that he possesses in fullness everything there is to be obtained. He enjoys his life with little or no distraction except the drama he ensues. Wow! To be so ordinary is the single most extraordinary life one could possible ever envision.