The title of Carl G. Jung's seminal work-the Swiss psychiatrist who founded the analytical school of psychotherapy (and broke his friendship with Freud). This time of the year, since owning Rauhallinen Farm, I begin to find myself drifting to the seed section of my local garden center, or for that matter, even Walmart's garden section. Staring vacant-eyed at the perennial seeds, seed starting kits, soil, annual seeds, etc. I am not sure I have any more window space for houseplants, but much room for more landscape design. Gardening with flowers, shrubs, and trees, is an extension of the creative force that is at work when I photograph-just another venue for those energies. My plans for the farm this Spring include more pines, perennial beds, and a new variety of annuals. The grow lights are ready in the basement to start seeds, but my enthusiasm must be tempered by our Upper Peninsula reality-Winter does not end here most years until May. A feat only bettered by the Arctic (and then only by two to four weeks). Garden dreams, unlike so many others I have been plagued with for the last few years, are ameliorative. calming, and mindful..