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Geocaching For Personally Valuable Treasure: Treasure Hunting in Random Trite Events by Francine Juhasz, Ph.D.

Geocaching For Personally Valuable Treasure: Treasure Hunting in Random Trite Events

by Francine Juhasz, Ph.D.

100 pages
Daily happenings become geocaching containers for valuable, personally relevant treasure

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About the Book
Your garbage disposal goes on the blink; the balls your neighbor’s dog plays with keep landing in your backyard; you’re kissed by your aunt and reek of her perfume; a bird crashes into your office window; and someone has dumped a box of erasers on your front lawn.

These randomly occurring trivial incidents intrude upon our lives relentlessly. We can’t escape them. We don’t even pick them. They pick us, then trap us in a web of the commonest, most boring stuff that ever existed.

And yet…many of these common ordinary events that happen to us daily are bristling with jaw-dropping surprises! Looked at in the right way, they can be helpful, supportive, compassionate and even wise.

Treated as geocaches, they could make any day superb!

The word “geocaching” refers to GEO – physical and human landscapes on earth – and to CACHING, the process of hiding and finding treasure in human landscapes.

Normally, using multi-million dollar satellites via a hand-held GPS unit, geocachers look for hidden stashes on remote hiking trails, dense forests and even within urban city centers. The rewards? Ostensibly dollar-store trinkets. However, every geocacher fan knows there’s more. The excitement of the chase, the meeting of difficult challenges, visiting new places, learning new things.

However, there’s a new game in which random daily events are becoming the latest geocacher’s paradise. Similar to a scavenger hunt and because of its broad gamut of personal rewards, this new sport is becoming a wholesome pastime for individuals of all ages, as well as for their families, friends, classes and work teams.

It’s all about discovering many trite daily events do contain caches of considerable personal value. Treasure that’s personally relevant treasure. Treasure that’s real treasure, so artfully hidden it takes cleverness and persistence to hunt it down.

With no monetary expense, and using sharp perception instead of a GPS unit, you also, as treasure hunter, can learn to spot trite daily happenings that are geocaches and claim their rewards hiding in plain sight.

The challenge of the game is to encourage your mind to get off its beaten path and shift to experience a new dimension in which these puzzle caches can be identified and opened.

Geocaching with trivial daily events is finding secret treasures hidden within them. And this is done by decrypting the drama the randomly occurring insignificant event is portraying. You decode the gesture of the mini-drama so it speaks to your personal goals.

When you perceive a trite event as a geocache, it becomes a geoCOACH that can even give you personal advice! Or highly personalized information and advice you can’t get in any other way. Or moral and emotional support (imagine!) Or a new avenue of thought regarding a particular problem you might have. Or clues to long-forgotten talents or never-before discovered parts of yourself. Or new spaces and dimensions of experience, some of these numinous and sacred and mystical – others exotic, humorous, helpful and fun. And much, much more.



About the Author
Francine Juhasz, Ph.D. Francine Juhasz, Ph.D. is a psychotherapist, dramatic artist, holistic counselor and Qi Gong instructor. She has published short stories in literary journals championing her “emotional/spiritual alchemy” and is also an accomplished artist. She has held joint exhibitions together with her husband in Germany, Spain, the Netherlands and New York.



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