An Archetype is a universal set of behaviors that would describe a pattern or role or label. Carolina Myss teaches that each of us have 12 Archetypes, 4 that we all have and 8 that are uniquely our own.
Could you image John Wayne as the bad guy? The Hero was one of his archetypes. Sean Connery was very believable as James Bond, 007. The debonair, savue, and sexy spy. Sidney Poitier was very believable Teacher in "To Sir, with Love." The Teacher is one of his Primary Archetypes.
Archetypes play valuable roles in our lives throughout our whole lifetime. They influence all our relationships, our professions, and our dreams and goals. They are the blueprint for our personality, feelings, motivations, goals, and actions.
An archetype could match our profession - Judge, Cop, Teacher, or Artist. They might be characteristics that describe our personality - rebel, mentor, caregiver, or warrior. It might describe a theme of your life - phoenix, athlete, servant, or martyr.
12 Archetypes. 12 Astrological Houses. Once the Archetypes are determined, it is time to place them in the 12 Astrological Houses. This gives us additional information about how the Archetype plays out in our lives. For example, the saboteur is in the third house of siblings. Is this the arena in your life that sabotage takes place, with your siblings? Teacher in the seven house. Do you have a tendency to teach/preach to those in your significant relationships, your spouse? Justice in the ten house. Is your profession that of an attorney or advocate?
Each student will discover their Archetypes and how they play out in their lives. Once the Archetypes have been determined, we will cast them into the 12 astrological house. Once the Archetypes have been cast, we will discuss how they play out in the students life, how to work with the Archetype, and how to learn from the Archetype.
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