1) Using a program called "Tinker Tools" (I think it is a free download) you can get the finder to allow you to go into these folders.
2) You can use the Terminal and then "cd" into it - it will be something like
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3) Probably the simplest when using Blender: Open the text file in Blenders text window. Because Blender does all its own file browsing it sees these "application folders" as normal folders and lets you go in as usual.
I'm afraid I'm not infront of a Mac at present, but AFAIK that is how you do it.