The Skull represents death and the ego. The Circle represents the “true” self. Thus the skull can be seen as the death of the ego-identity and the perfect circle is space and emptiness, what you really are. 

The point is to illustrate how context allows for content, and to show how those two things create each-other mutually. Said another way, nothingness allows for stuff. The dance between these two domains is what life is all about!  The circle would not appear so perfect and clean without the jagged skull, and the skull would not appear so jagged and rough without the perfect circle. Now with that understanding in mind read this quote. 

I’m bad, and that’s good, I will never be good and that’s not bad. There is no one i’d rather be than me…..”

Once you experience your true “badness” and accept it EXACTLY the way that it is, and you experience your “goodness” and accept it EXACTLY the way that it is – There is noting left but perfection. 

There is an entire world of words combined with experiences and environment that had you become exactly what you are today. The reality is that you fell into that identity, you didn’t choose it.  As we work together, we will use words, experiences, and an environment to die to the past and be reborn to the present moment over and over again. This practice is the SIMEON mentorship program. 

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