Archive | February, 2012

Warrior, dreams, body image

26 Feb

Illustrated by Sarah Trumpp

In this Jungian Archetypal system, developed by Charles Bebeau,  there are 12 archetypes, which relate to the Zodiac.  Each archetype is associated with part of the human body and certain dream images.  Everyone has approximately 4-5-6 archetypes.  You can discover these archetypes by looking at your astrological chart.  You can also discover these archetypes by relating the characteristic of the archetype, the part of the body or the dreams associated with it to yourself.  A more complete explanation can by found in Jungian Archetypal Psychology Made Easy by Theresa Bauer at www.authorhouse.com

This is a thumbnail sketch of the

Warrior:  Mission: To pioneer change.

Body area: head (such as a helmet would cover), nose, sinus, adrenals, and cardiovascular system.

Dream images: war, knives, guns, hawks, wolves, fast cars, speed.

 

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Mystic

19 Feb

Illustrated by Sarah Trumpp

The Mystic has a deep spiritual connection, is very psychic and empathetic.  On the shadow side, s/he can lose themselves easily in other people.  They need another archetype such as the Elder Leader to help them set boundaries with others.  The other shadow aspects is substance abuse.  They make good actors/actresses as they can easily project themselves into their characters.  They also make good business administrators as they can use their intuitive sense to make a profit.  Mystic is associated with Pisces, ruled by Neptune.  For more information on Jungian Archetypal Psychology Made Easy by Theresa Bauer, go to www.authorhouse.com

Idealist

19 Feb

Illustrated by Sarah Trumpp

The Idealist is a rather eccentric, exotic person, who accepts people of all races, religions, cultures and sexual orientation.  They value their freedom.  Dreams of flying would characterize this archetype.  Is this one of your archetypes?  Remember everyone has 4-5-6 different archetypes, not only determined by the Sun sign, but also the Moon, Rising sign and any planets in conjunction with those 3 big Rulers.  The Idealist is associated with Aquarius and ruled by Uranus.  For more information on Jungian Archetypal Psychology Made Easy by Theresa Bauer, go to www.authorhouse.com.

Elder Leader

19 Feb

Illustrated by Sarah Trumpp

The Elder Leader is mature leadership and has a good business sense.  They are the work horses of the archetypes.  Doctors, nurses, military personnel often carry this archetype.  On the shadow side, they can often be rather controlling.  The archetype is represented by Capricorn and ruled by Saturn.  For more information on Jungian Archetypal Psychology Made Easy by Theresa Bauer, go to www.authorhouse.com

Teacher/Traveler

19 Feb

Illustrated by Sarah Trumpp

The Teacher/Traveler is as the title implies a teacher and a world traveler, interested in all cultures of the world.  S/he likes working with believe systems.  S/he makes a good therapist, publisher, lawyer, spiritual teacher.  This archetype is represented by Sagittarius and ruled by Jupiter.  Horses, trains, and trucks could appear in the dreams of a person with this archetype.  Could this be one of your archetypes?  For more information on Jungian Archetypal Psychology Made Easy by Theresa Bauer, go to www.authorhouse.com

Dark Mother

19 Feb

Illustrated by Sarah Trumpp

You may think Dark Mother is a negative energy, but that isn’t so.  S/he is the powerful Queen of the Under World in Sumerian legend or  the Black Madonna in the Christian Tradition.  Along with the Soul Mother, s/he is a healer.  S/he is also the midwife or hospice worker; helping people come into the world or leave it.  S/he is the archetype of life, death, and sexuality.  In the middle ages such women and men were labeled as witches or warlocks and burned at the stake.  People with this archetype may carry that wound and their mission is to heal that within themselves and for all humanity.  The is represented by Scorpio and ruled by Pluto.   Which archetypes do you carry within yourself?  I think that is what makes this belief system so personal, is that it relates to all of us.  For more information on Jungian Archetypal Psychology Made Easy by Theresa Bauer, please visit www.authorhouse.com

Lover

11 Feb

Illustrated by Sarah Trumpp

The Lover is the 7th Archetype in this Jungian Archetypal system.  S/he is committed to long-term relationships whether they be marriage, friendship or work related relationships.  This archetype is associated with Libra, ruled by Venus, and the parts of the body are the kidneys.