When you come full circle, are you back to where you started?
You experience something that throws you back to a moment in the past that you thought was long over. What does it mean?
When you come full circle, are you back to where you started? Or are you on another level?
When you revisit a town where you’ve been. Maybe you hear a song from a long time ago that has a certain meaning from a certain point in your life.
If you hear or experience milestones that meant something to you from a point in your past, how do you react?
- If you have not progressed beyond that point in all that time maybe you think that you’re going nowhere, that this circling back to a moment of the past is just a reminder that you have actually made no progress and you’re right where you were when you started.
- Or maybe the incident is a reminder that this is the path that you’re on and, although it may seem like a revisiting of days gone by, it is a reminder that this is the path you’re on and it’s the right path and to keep on it.
- Or maybe it’s just a coincidence and you should move on with your day.
What does it mean?
The sign below was the source of an article I wrote many years ago after our world trip that brought us through Malaysia. We were just in Malaysia last month and I saw the famous sign for the first time since the big trip.
Let’s say I start a project that seems to have no end, open… for twenty years… open mentally… yet closed physically. Then… twenty years later the project reappears, events happen, more time is spent then the project closes mentally yet physically open. When the project physically closes and mentally closes, its full circle… Its psychological from prior choices, was the project good, was it bad? Now I know because it came full circle. In my case I thought it was good, yet twenty years later I found out the project was in fact a failure. When I finally saw the light, and fully released myself from the bad project, it came full circle. Then the synchronization’s start, and not Jung’s definition; I believe every event is meaningful and tied to the time/space continuum. Get it right now or later; as long as I get it right, I am allowed to move on from this learning earth.
Wow, @Desti, love this: Get it right now or later; as long as I get it right, I am allowed to move on from this learning earth.