Archive | January, 2012

Nourishing Mother

21 Jan

Illustrated by Sarah Trumpp

Nourishing Mother builds home, is ruled by the Moon and relates to the sign of Cancer.



21 Jan

Illustrated by Sarah Trumpp.  The Communicator relates to Gemini and is ruled by Mercury (Mercury also rules Virgo).  The Communicator typically has a lot of nervous energy; is very verbal, talks fast and uses  hands to emphasize what s/he is saying.   The Communicator uses all forms of communication: talking, writing, the computer, telephone, etc.  The communicator is a gatherer and diseminater of information. S/he isn’t particularly concerned about the content of the information, compared to to Saggitaurus or Teacher/Traveler, which is opposite of Gemini on the Astrological Wheel.  Teacher/Traveler is more of a philospher, a deeper thinker.   This is not meant to devalue the Communicator; all the Archeypes have their strengths.  Also we all have 4-5-6 archetypes that can be determined from the Astrological Chart.  See for Jungian Archetypal Psychology Made Easy by Theresa Bauer, LPC, CAC III available in paperback or e-book.


8 Jan

Illustrated by Sarah Trumpp

The second archetype in this Jungian Archetypal system is the Artist/Priestess.  S/he relates to Taurus and is ruled by Venus.  The Artist is very creative in all arenas of life.  This creativity manifests in art, dancing, voice, singing.  Men often express this through carpentry work.  Traditionally Native Americans display this archetype in their clothing and utensils.  The Priestesses worked/resided in the temples in the olden ages.  They were healers/spiritual teachers.  S/he is a body healer such as a massage therapist. The artist/Priestess is slow to anger and risks holding a grudge if his/heranger isn’t expressed appropriately.

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The Warrior

7 Jan

Illustrated by Sarah Trumpp

Within this Jungian Archetypal system, there are 12 Archetypes.  The Warrior relates to Aries and is ruled by Mars.  S/he is very physically active, takes risks, and is an adrenaline junkie.   Each person has 4-5-6 archetypes within their psyche.  The Warrior is good at patrolling the boundaries.  S/he angers easily, but just as quickly gets over it.  S/he is the impetus behind new projects, but relies on other archetypes within the psyche to create the projects, come up with the ideas.  To view the electronic book Jungian Archetypal Psychology Made Easy go to .

We will discuss the Artist/Priestess on the next blog.