Soul Intuition

Posted: August 15, 2016 in Uncategorized

dashofsunny  Prompt Nights – Intuition’s as though we’re seeing with our soul
Tonight, I want you guys to write down something that has sprung from deep within. Go ahead and follow your intuition. Previously written work is more than welcome.

 Tears come from the heart and not from the brain. Leonardo da Vinci

The right eye of the soul
never closes, is ever seeking.
Vibrations of pomegranate
beads on a bed of saffron
petals against a cobalt sky.

My mind tells me not of God.
It argues, doubts and sneers
Natures tempts me, teases,
tantalizes, yet she is callous
in abstract insinuations.

Let me see Truth waking,
dreaming, skipping, lisping
as I focus my God eye toward you.
Soul to soul let me intuit
what vanity of intellect refuses.


Alchemical Ergon Symbol

Ergon is the spiritual ancient alchemy symbol for the right eye of the soul, by which it looks to the eternal. This symbol allows focus on higher, finer spiritual vibrations. It also ascertains the infinite nature of our soul, and our capability to tap into the infinite universe. (Original post here here)

  1. Whistles!! ❤️❤️ Gosh Debi, this is absolutely divine 😀 the images here especially ‘Vibrations of pomegranate beads on a bed of saffron petals against a cobalt sky’ are absolutely breathtaking. The idea of reaching out and exploring the mysteries of the universe is so ethereal and makes us feel all the more spiritual from within 😀 Beautifully penned. Thank you so much for participating at Prompt Nights and for your constant love and support ❤️❤️

    Lots of love,

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  2. Jae Rose says:

    What an insightful and knowing poem – really offered a lot of wisdom and intuition

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  3. This is a delight to read aloud, Debi. The s sounds are delicious, the beats just yummy… and the motifs are pure fruit for thought.

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  4. oldegg says:

    Reason and intuition are your best friends when pondering the way to take. Clamber carefully to safety rather than rush into the pit. The poem does read very well indeed.

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