Changing with the Seasons: Summertime

@harnessmagazine my article “Changing with the Seasons: Summertime”

Inside A Soul

Summer is the height of all the seasons, the end and beginning of the cycle of life. Symbolically, it is the ultimate goal, the point of enlightenment, the highest level of consciousness where the light shines the brightest, longest, and everlasting.

Summer is a celebration of the sun and a season of prosperity. The showers of Spring washed away the ice of winter, and gave nourishment to the dry, bare soil, so that it can once again prosper bountifully with life. The flowers are now in full bloom, trees lush and green, grass soft to the touch under bare feet, and animals are roaming about that once were in hibernation. Herbs, vegetation, and wild grain return to the land, providing nourishment for all. All seems so well, fun loving, and exciting in the heat of summer.

Dance in the Summer's Golden light; shine from the light within Dance in the Summer’s Golden light; shine from the light within

Spiritually speaking…

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C.G Jung: Clash of the Opposites – “Shadow Self” – Spiritual Battle – Ego Continued

Below is a basic (yet complex) explanation of the unconscious and conscious mind with its connection to Ego Consciousness, with some explanations of brief mythologies and common zymology that is within us, at times called archetypes, with the connection of religion. The post also breaks down psychosis through breaking down the concept of the unconscious, … Continue reading C.G Jung: Clash of the Opposites – “Shadow Self” – Spiritual Battle – Ego Continued

C.G. Jung: Ego Part 2 – Psyche & Ego in Mythology around the world

This is a post of our Psyche and consciousness, within the concept of mythology, and Yogic meditation with the symbols of the mandala. C.G. mentions the ego, our conscious mind, and the difference between the ego and the unconscious. He speaks about a possible source of our 'daimons'. He also speaks about coping mechanisms that … Continue reading C.G. Jung: Ego Part 2 – Psyche & Ego in Mythology around the world


Inside A Soul


There’s a fire deep within my soul, causing a burning sensation I just can not let go. What must this mean? I do not know. The feeling is coming from a depth within. Center of my chest where my heart lies feels light and hallow – but not in the disturbing numbing sense of repressed emotion – but in a sense as if I let something troubling go.

I walk a path less traveled, and along this path are dark shadows of neither certainty nor clarity. I wonder, as I pass these shadows, what they mean, what they are, and what their purpose is on my quest. Sometimes I look briefly at an unclear shadow, but it dissolves and wisps away in silent grace. Sometimes I hear a hissing whisper say “this is your destiny, I am your destiny, look at me!” but I do not turn my head…

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