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Victim Witch Click here for a detailed description of over 70 archetypes, including most of those in the above list. But then you will have to dig a little deeper. Some archetypes that you may feel drawn to, like the Mystic, Visionary, or Healer, may be largely a matter of wishful thinking. Many of my students like to see themselves as Mystics, for instance.

But I ask them to take a serious look within and determine whether the hard work and sacrifice that go with that identity have been a part of their life for many years. But to include an archetype in your intimate family of 12, you need to be able to trace its life-long influence on you. Inevitably, you will need to include some archetypes that, like the Prostitute and Saboteur that we all share, may at first seem unpleasant or negative. Remember that these are not necessarily negative archetypes; only your interpretation is negative.

They ultimately help you avoid the shadow aspect implicit in their name. To some people, the Judge may seem like a negative archetype, implying a judgmental nature and maybe a cruel or imperious streak. But this archetype can be essential in making a wide range of informed decisions in areas as different as business and art. One day it might even save your life. If you like, you can imagine each archetype sitting in a chair across from you, and ask the questions directly to the archetype.

You can even write a letter to the archetype if you find that more agreeable, asking the same questions in writing. Allow the archetype to respond, the answers coming from the deepest levels of your own intuition. Or simply ask yourself, and wait for the answer to come to you. Here are some sample questions: What events or personal characteristics led me to choose this archetype? How long has this archetypal pattern been a part of my life?

What role has this archetype played for me? Which prominent people have interacted with the aspect of my nature supported by this archetype?

And might this archetype now help me in healing those situations? What myths, fairy tales, or spiritual stories that have meaning for me do I associate with this archetype? Has this archetype appeared in my dreams? Does thinking of this archetype make me feel empowered or disempowered? You should also look for spiritual resonance in your archetypes. Ask yourself: What impact has this archetype had on my spirituality? What have I learned about my own shadow aspect through this archetype?

Has it caused me to block or forgo change that needs to happen? What immediate guidance might this archetype have to offer me in the present moment?

After questioning each prospective archetype, weed out those that are not genuinely part of your intimate support team, and then return to the list to select replacements. Continue this process until you have eight archetypes that you feel confident play a major role in your life. Combined with the four survival archetypes, you now have your You are now ready to begin working with your Archetypal Wheel.

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Victim Witch Click here for a detailed description of over 70 archetypes, including most of those in the above list. But then you will have to dig a little deeper. Some archetypes that you may feel drawn to, like the Mystic, Visionary, or Healer, may be largely a matter of wishful thinking. Many of my students like to see themselves as Mystics, for instance.

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Archetypes

Archetypes For a detailed description of over 70 archetypes, click here. To help you understand and fulfill the terms of your Sacred Contract, you have been encoded with a set of 12 primary archetypes. Four of these are universal archetypes related to survival: the Child, Victim, Prostitute, and Saboteur. We all have these because they are vital to our growth and functioning as adults.

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