What you are about to read below is a figuration, conceptualised based on the subject of the occult. Tied excellently with the thrill seeking and known to be relaxing sport of surfing. It encompasses, quite provocatively, the analogous similarities that attach the waves of consciousness to that of the oceans. What Peter Moon expressed is nothing less than a foresight into what one must be aware of in the quest for connectivity and complete brain hemispherical activation.
In closing, I encourage you expand your retainers and receive what lay in waiting.
Occult simply refers to that which is occluded or hidden; however, there are various adversaries in the stream of life which work very hard to keep things hidden. This creates a wave of energy which can be very hard to penetrate let alone navigate. We are basically dealing with waves of energy that either propel one on a course or keep one away from a desired path. The best analogy I can think of is in the sport of surfing. It will serve one well.
The romance and adventure of surfing long ago captured the imagination of popular culture, but to serious practitioners, surfing is a religion. One faces an ocean of chaos on a small platform and navigates through various degrees of fluctuation which are sometimes extreme. The wildest roller coaster can be far more predictable. Intuition, agility, and instant reaction are crucial. At any time, due to negligence, lack of agility, or the sheer force and unpredictability of chaos, one can wipe out. Occultism, not unlike surfing, tests our boundaries as we navigate a sometimes perilous ocean of data which lies hidden beneath the surface where King Neptune orchestrates both illusion as well as life giving support.
Surfing is also an excellent example because it is symbolic of frequency wave. Consciousness, in many respects, could be considered to be a manifestation, bombardment, or recognition of different frequency waves. Some of these are easy and enjoyable to surf while others are more foreboding. Choose your waves wisely and do not be taken on any that are unsafe or too big for your level of expertise.
There is yet another truth about surfing. Most people on our planet will never even have a good opportunity to surf. Most people live too far away from the ocean and many who live nearby are not up to the exhausting physical challenge. Additionally, many of the people who do surf will not challenge the bigger waves. In the 1950’s when confronted with the monster waves of Hawaii that the locals would not touch, California surfers spent many years studying the waves before they rode them. Only then could they be successful. This is no different from studying different frequency waves of consciousness. If you look at them and investigate them long enough, they will be less intimidating and considerably more navigable.
Be well my friend. Be mindful.
I AM Master. I am Able. I am Noble.