Mature souls are at the peak of their life cycle, they’ve gone beyond the folly of their youth, and the accumulation of a wealth of experience is behind them allowing these souls to access a deeper understanding of their sub consciousness that is just incomprehensible for their younger soul neighbours. Through constant evaluation of their goals and slight adjustments this can lead to both insights and also some would say psychological difficulties. I guess that like most things it is the angle that you are coming from when you are looking at this.
You all know I love to work with an inspirational image and in this one we can see that there’s a lovely yellow and purple water lily flower, it’s not a common sight that you see these lilies in two tone colours. Perhaps, being “mature” might sound a bit on the dull side; but just like lilies they can come up with a few surprises now and again.
A mature soul’s driving force is a need to understand everything around them. As such, they seldom miss anything being very observant allowing themselves to be indulgent in gaining knowledge and wisdom not for education’s sake or to further a career as a young soul does but so that they can develop and grow for themselves. They truly need to understand everything. So where will you see these mature souls? You’ll find them with a good book or attending your local night school taking courses on a range of subjects for their own personal improvement. For these folks, it’s not the grades that count but what they learn from the overall experience. Grades are for those young soul go getters, whereas mature souls are wise to the fact that they are there to value the growth and development.
Mature souls are in a searching mode throughout their lives they have to find and express themselves. They are agitated, sensitive and touchy. They are complex and psychologically sensitive, because of this they are often considered neurotic. Mature souls are the soul group that are most likely to seek psychological counselling for their emotional difficulties. Most Psychologists are mature souls themselves. A great deal of psychological challenges surface in their lives and they have to deal with this on a conscious level. Mature souls won’t harm other people but often they can turn their frustrations concerning others in on themselves.
Understanding and Care
Issues younger souls might find meaningless are very important for mature souls. They look for the larger meaning in life and they want to understand the significance of everything. They want to understand why people do things and they really do care about people and want to help them.
Mature souls are evolved in their own consciousness; as such their behaviour is very ethical. They value the feelings and opinions of other people. It hurts them if people don’t think well of them and they are often detached from their sense of social obligation.
Care for People
Emotions, knowledge and relationships are their primary concern in life. When mature souls become employers they do regard the well being of the individual to be more important than that of the well being of the company.
Mature souls are always interested to learn more and they want to perceive themselves as informed individuals. They always seek answers to the big questions in life. This often means involvement in psychology, religion and psychic matters.
Mature souls are very touchy when they deal with other people and are easily upset by the vibrations if they are not on the same level. Mature souls need a sanctuary to shield them from psychological stress. It might be a place of a friend.
Mature souls are relationship orientated and they seek like minded companions. They build their lives around social contacts and often have a spouse for a lifetime.
Mature souls have a highly developed sense of humour and they laugh easily. The humour they prefer is “situation comedy” involving social relationships. They love to tease and joke with friends but this is rarely hostile or denigrating.
Mature souls are very involved in world affairs; they have a need for a refuge place like a cabin at the lake. They have very little need for material things or a second home, like the younger souls do.
The Mature soul prefers liberal churches rather than the mainstream churches. Mature souls have a strong sense of morality and ethics, these disgust younger souls.
With politics, the Mature soul is left-wing almost to the point of socialistic. The hippie era in the 1960’s was a mature soul phenomenon. Mature souls are very reluctant to fight in wars and they tend to be pacifistic and not militant. They love their freedom but would rather submit to domination then fight for freedom.
Mature souls often campaign for the reforms in society. They form the environmentalist movement, the antinuclear energy movement and other such movements to improve the world groups. They believe the planet is worth the trouble to make it a better place.
If we return to our inspirational image we can see the two bees are collecting nectar. We all know bees are very hard workers. I guess that in reflection if we compare the bees to mature souls, they are working hard for their hive, for the wellbeing of the group but always ready to share that bit of sweet extra with others. It is that sweet taste that makes the world a better place.