Tuesday, 8 December 2020



Archetypes are omnipresent.

They are within you, they are within others, and they create the very foundation of human behavior.

Did you know that you can actually work with archetypes to create more love, happiness, confidence, spiritual wellbeing, and Wholeness?

Archetypes are patterns of behavior that aid and influence our mental, emotional, and spiritual growth as human beings. You can think of an archetype as quite literally a type of energy.

Like everything in life, there are species, genres, breeds, and groups that tend to structure existence. An archetype is a quality or essence that forms the underlying framework of consensus reality. Like many pieces in the Cosmic puzzle, archetypes are separate and easily definable qualities that compose the Whole.

Here are some of the biggest reasons for working with these universal energies:

You get to explore new, unknown parts of yourself

You experience positive growth in important areas of your life (like relationships, work, spirituality)

You discover long-forgotten gifts that were previously buried within your unconscious

You get to embody empowering (and previously disconnected) parts of yourself

You become a more whole, mature, and integrated person

You understand yourself at a deeper level

You understand others at a deeper level

You feel more connected to yourself, others, and life in general

You can heal old traumas and wounds

You feel free to finally be your authentic self

Are archetypes and spirit guides the same? Yes and no. On the one hand, archetypes can be approached as spirit guides. For example, you may approach the Sage archetype in the form of Norse god Odin (who may or may not be an objective spirit guide – that’s up to you to decide). But an archetype itself is a pure type of energy. It is impersonal. It does not respond to prayer, devotion or worship. An archetype is an objective force – think of it as a building block of existence like atoms and molecules are.

A spirit guide, on the other hand, is a personal metaphysical force. Spirit guides can either arise from one’s own psyche and deep mind or exist on other realms of consciousness.

Our souls communicate with us through symbols, metaphors, archetypes, poetry, deep feelings and magic. The human language is far too limiting to express the full spectrum of profound knowledge, insight and revelation that the soul has to share.

 Most of us were never taught to tune into the dancing rhythms of our deepest selves. Instead, due to our social conditioning we have come to heavily rely on the mind only and its interpretation of reality. Unfortunately, our emphasis on hard data, facts and linear logic has left a gaping hole inside of us. We fill this empty hole with consumerism, addictions, violence and endless distractions.

Soul communication isn’t just reserved for medicine men or women, or enlightened people; it is a birth right of every man, woman and child. It is a vital part of inner work.


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