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a fantastic range of archetypes.

Archetypes: The playing field of our inner divinity


Archetypes are  self-contained; universal archetypes and energies that are present in the soul of all people, regardless of their history and culture.They show themselves to us, for example, in the form of the inner child, the inner woman, the inner man, our own shadow. They are the playing field of our inner divinity and spring from our intuitive intelligence. They act as archaic programs in our psyche, which are expressed on the most diverse levels. They exist beyond space and time.


The word also means "that which is imprinted from the beginning". Our soul is shaped by these forces from the beginning. So you don't come into the world as an empty form that is only filled by education, but you have innate ideas and talents from the beginning. Before each incarnation you design and expand your archetypal soul plan.

The awareness of archetypes goes back to the time of Plato, who called them archetypes. The great Swiss psychologist Carl Gustav Jung developed the idea further.He realized that we are all through thisunconscious collectiveinterconnected, which together with our individual; personal unconscious exists. Here the archetypes reside and affect the individual psyche from the collective area of the psyche. Carl Gustav Jung divided this field into historical roles such as the mother, the child, the king and the magician. Also in primal human experiences such as childhood, puberty, having a child, parenthood, growing old, death. The myth researcher Joseph Campbell took this up further and developed his concept of the hero's journey. There are also interesting explanatory models by Varda Hasselmann and Fank Schmolle (Archetypes of the Soul) and Caroline Myss.

Archetypes are everywhere. We recognize them intuitively. They are the foundation of all fairy tales, myths and legends. They speak to us in our dreams. They touch us in film and theatre. They tell stories in museums and galleries. They remind us of our spiritual potential in the New Age scene. Even the advertising industry has been using these archetypal concepts knowingly for a long time. In a magical way, they transport us into a dazzling world of original characters and storytelling.

The magic of your archetypes



Although archetypes are universal, they become individual when they are part of your psyche.And if you look within, you will see that a fantastic array of archetypes are at work within you. 


You can literally imagine your archetypes as multidimensional personalities. They are like intimate companions and allies in your life script. They form the foundation for your authentic self-expression. They give you valuable tips to confidently navigate the map of your life. Each of your archetypes has a unique way of sounding, speaking, moving and expressing itself and has special spiritual powers.


The deeper you connect with your soul powers, the more powerful your voice and your charisma will be. You speak to those around you on a very deep, universal level. You communicate and perform with charisma. The message of your charisma touches us beyond our understanding.

The enchanted shadow

All archetypes have light and dark sides.The shadow only has power when we deny it or ignore it because we think certain aspects of ourselves are undesirable. However, if we accept all aspects within us, then our inner darkness magically turns to gold.


For example, the saboteur archetype can become a wonderful agent for warning us when we are sabotaging our powers of expression. However, in his shadowy expression, he may make us say things we later regret. The archetype of the queen shows us how to communicate confidently and with dignity. However, the Shadow Queen expresses herself in a haughty and hysterical way, making heads roll. She becomes an exhausting diva. Furthermore, the rebel archetype, for example, can become a very powerful source of power within us to raise our voices against restrictive systems and unethical authorities. But at a low level of development we rebel just for the sake of rebelling. Without any intention or goal. The desired effect is then absent.

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