Vision and insight

“Your vision will become clear only when you look into your heart. Who looks outside, dreams. Who looks inside, awakens.” These are words of the noted Carl Jung, founder of analytical psychology.

Vision is looking ahead with an intention into the realm of potential and possibilities. The qualities that fortify and enhance vision are insight, intuition, and introspection. These inner-seeing attributes always involve the heart.

The archetype of the letter “Oo” is the universal teacher of enlightenment, encouraging you to have clear vision for your direction in this life experience. It says that when you have an uplifting and inspiring vision for your lifestyle, your motivation, enthusiasm, and confidence are vitalized. At the same time your whole physiology and mind are energized resulting in enhanced well-being.

The picture symbol of the letter “Oo” is the eye, ideally representing clear seeing. The archetype of the letter ‘Oo’ reminds you to see with a clear eye the perceptions you have of yourself and how you relate to your environment, local community, and the world. It asks you to hold a vision for the world, one in which harmony, co-operation, and compassion are the comforting, supportive qualities.

From this letter of enlightenment, you learn that what your eyes see influences your heart. Beautiful nature scenes, uplifting news and literature, along with beneficial visuals provided by entertainment have a healthy effect on the life of the heart and on the whole self.

The letter of vision and insight calls your attention to look deeply into events and conditions happening in your life and in the world. This means developing inner sight that goes beyond the surface to connect with the source that provides the understanding of what is happening. It also gives you the opportunity to note any changes to be made, if desired, for a different experience.

A concluding message for you to remember in relation to the letter “Oo” is: people who have clear vision and insight are the progressive members of society, locally, nationally, and internationally. They are the ones that set the pace and the direction of the earth toward its destination as an enlightened home for those who are here or are yet to come.


Angeline Welk of Princeville is a professional handwriting analyst. She writes this regular column for the Garden Island and maintains a Website at She can be reached at


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