These themes are representations of our collective yearnings, imagination, and deepest desires.
Basic personality themes
We see them in the writings of ancient cultures, and in literature throughout the ages. Their shapes shift depending on where we are in history, but their core remains the same.
These archetypes appear in our modern-day movies, television soap operas, and tabloid newspapers. Anytime a person or character seems “bigger than life,” we are seeing the enactment of an archetype. These characters are usually presented as uncomplicated and with purity of intent, regardless of what that intent may be.
Divine or diabolical, sacred or profane, sinner or saint, adventurer, sage, seeker, rescuer, redeemer – all are exaggerated expressions of the conscious energy of the collective mind.
Archetypes are born of the collective mind, but they are enacted by individuals. Their mythical dramas play out daily in our physical world. Every human being is attuned to some archetype, or even two or three archetypes. Every one of us is hardwired at the level of the soul to enact or model archetypal characteristics. They are seeds sown within us — our personality theme.
The activation of an archetype releases its patterning forces that allow us to become more of what we are destined to become. And our individual archetypes are reflected in our desires or intentions.
They become our personality theme
So… really who are you? What do you want? What is the purpose of your existence?
Discover your most powerful personality theme. Amaze Yourself!
Posted by Jill Ammon-Wexler