What are the conditions in your body and/or environment? What's functioning? What's not? What's clean? What's dirty? Are you experiencing symptoms? Are any emotions present? What is the terrain like? What is the atmosphere like? Are there any cliffs, crevasses, pits, traps, projectiles, predators, toxins, waterways, weather systems, hot/cold regions, deteriorating components, unstable grounds, or oxygen rich/depleted zones? Present conditions result from previous care or previous neglect. Exploring your territory will help to identify any past deficiencies, that when fulfilled will propel you forward on the path to your developmental destiny.


Where is the feeling that drives your movement? Where are the primary urges for safety, hunger, thirst and warmth, or yearnings for truth and justice? Are they buried deep within or readily accessible?  Where is the fuel?  Where is the desire for something better? Where have you found satisfaction or hardship in the past? Do you recall the setting? Where was everything placed? The hippocampus region of the brain retains the spatial arrangement of the scene in which past pleasure or past pain was experienced. Emotions are located in these encoded scenes, but emotional memories may not accurately depict your current environment.  Feelings are triggered when a similar setting is encountered as a survival tactic to encourage the person to move in the way their body needed in the past (away from harm, or toward a reward).  But if you’re not in the same setting (something merely resembles it) the past move may not be appropriate for the current need. Distinguishing the differences and refining your emotional-landscape database is important so as to not waste your time and energy going after, or escaping from, an illusionary situation. As you find yourself about to move, ask yourself, is this move based on a present physical condition, or might it be rooted in a former experience? If a past event is continuously triggering emotions that do not fit the current scene, it usually means there's something you need to learn from the past experience; your mind needs to understand the actual threat/need that wasn't understood at that time. It would be helpful to spend time reviewing previous events to fully process and resolve any misunderstood parts. This will then allow you to focus all of your emotional fuel on present conditions, allowing you to move more streamlined and effectively.


Motivation is looking forward to a new condition, the anticipation of a better environment that may enhance your well-being. Moving may be essential for you to survive, or optional to help you thrive. Every organism has its own particular needs and preferences, requiring exactly the right amount of sunlight, nutrients, type of shelter, etc. If your current environment cannot provide these specifications, perhaps a search needs to occur. The ideal location will have _______, _______, and _______ (fill in the blanks). This is your wish list. The need (point A) is your purpose and the ideal destination (point B) is your aim. Once this is set, an emotional motivation will begin to generate between these two points, and a path will usually open up. The desire to avoid pain (the unfavorable condition) or to seek pleasure (a favorable condition) is fundamental in the wiring of your nervous system. It is the evolutionary drive that propels the survival of the species. Connecting in with these primal feelings will help to reallocate resources toward the necessary body regions needed to physically make the move. The potential reward waiting for you at the end is the not only an improved condition but the emotional satisfaction that you will experience from the achievement. The more you connect with the reason behind the move, the more satisfaction you will receive at its completion.


A chart is a way to document what you're trying to achieve and where you are at in the process. Each effort starts with the conception of an idea, builds until it peaks, and subsequently declines. Creative works require ample time to develop, blossom, and return to the earth. These three phases: creating, maturing, and decaying can be witnessed in all forms of nature. It is the natural cycle and one in which you would be wise to align your efforts with.

Honoring the phase is an important step that is often overlooked or discredited in modern society. Children are expected to take on adult roles or concepts; workers are expected to provide instantaneous results, and the attention span for the average person waivers on a dime. Meaningful results can never truly occur without patience. It is a time-dependent process and you must wait for it. Expectations that ignore the developmental stage, or seek to launch a new project before the waning period from the previous one has ceased, disrespects the natural way. Such interference typically results in offerings/fruits that are not well put together, and/or something that no one really wants. Knowing what you're creating and putting in the appropriate effort at the right time will produce a result that people and the environment can appreciate.

To utilize a chart, list all of the areas in which you are applying your energy toward, such as remodeling your house, raising a child, or producing a portfolio for your boss. Before each project, take some time to consider what each phase might look like. This will help you to be prepared and ready for the type of action you will need to make. The growing phase typically requires resources, so you may need to gather supplies ahead of time. The maturation phase may require you to make offerings, acknowledgements, or recognitions. The winding down phase often requires a clean up, a disposal, or a release. It's helpful to note the exact specifications ahead of time so that as you witness them, you can quickly identify the phase you're in and apply your energy most swiftly. When you can align your efforts with the natural process, things tend to go much smoother, and more efficiently. By documenting your projects, writing down the requirements of each stage, and identifying the current phase, you will know exactly where you're at in the process. As a result, the sense of urgency and pressure tends to lessen, freeing up time and space for simply Being.


Stopped. Stuck. Frozen. Your body or mind just won't move forward. Hesitation, uncertainty, or doubt. There may be something holding you back, or maybe a part of you isn't sure about a move you've recently made. Unexplained apprehension or resistance is a sign that a Fourth Depth pathology may be impeding your progress. Memories of previous conditions created by parents, peers, and society may have lead you to believe that certain arrangements are safe (even when it's actually harmful) and/or other arrangements are dangerous (when it's actually benign). This mal-conditioning can lead a person into uncertain situations where one doesn't know if it safer to move or more beneficial to stay put.

If any of the following conditions are present, this could indicate a 4th Depth attention requirement: Stagnated work. Hindrances in the flow of lymph, plasma, or cerebrospinal fluid. Tumors or abnormal growths. Back pain. Brittle bones. Marrow depletion. Chronic fear. Stress. Urinary problems. Fungal infections. Anxiety. Limited cellular regeneration. Off-timed biological provisioning. Endocrine system imbalances. Halted mental-emotional development. Cell-mediated immune function suppression (T-Cells).


Depths Mystery offers one-on-one coaching to help you explore your own personal life chart and overcome any obstacle you might encounter along the way. Energy medicine techniques can calm the body and assist in its recovery from everything it's endured. And through individual training, you can learn to detect the physical, mental, or emotional needs that were neglected in the past, which may be hindering your current progress.

Stress management techniques, such as implementing an effective self-care routine, making sure you are choosing healthy foods, and getting enough sleep are great ways to aid the Fourth Depth. If you're unable to be doing the activity you want to be doing, perhaps you can be near those who are. Set up informational interviews with people in jobs you admire. Read a book or watch a movie about the activities you like. Browse the Internet for others who have a similar passion and find what they're up to, to learn of new interests you might share. Be close to what makes you happy.