As womxn, throughout our lives, the main archetypes that epitomise our journey of evolution are the princess and queen archetype. It this dance between the two which causes so much internal conflict in regards to our self and body image, and forms part of what I believe, holds us back from having the lives and businesses that we dream of. This phase is largely tied in with defining and expressing our sexual energy. The term princess in this context is an acknowledgement of evolving power. As some point in our lives, we may find ourselves at a threshold. I remember distinctively in my own life where I became repulsed by the thought of anyone finding me sexually attractive, and thoughts would flood in such as, "how dare anyone see me in such a light" or "I am more than my outward container". I no longer wanted to be seen, I wanted to hide. I began wearing baggy and shapeless clothes, I stopped moving and inhabiting my body in ways that I had previously done, and danced with self-sabotage for many years as I rebelled against the confinements and ideologies of what it means to be "beautiful" in our society. I felt angry, disgust.
4 Steps To Invoke The Queen Archetype
Podcast: Play in new window Download. The common association with The Witch is a wicked old woman that we see in many movies or stories for children. However, this interpretation has a lot of historical religious bias, which we deconstruct in this episode. We discuss The Witch in her fullest — as a powerful creative force and bringer of disruptive ideas.
Our fear and anxieties can get the best of us at times. Telling someone or yourself! So what can you do instead? One of my favorite tools for spiritual expansion comes from fake it till you make it school of thinking.
For a detailed description of over 70 archetypes, click here. To help you understand and fulfill the terms of your Sacred Contract, you have been encoded with a set of 12 primary archetypes. Four of these are universal archetypes related to survival: the Child, Victim, Prostitute, and Saboteur. We all have these because they are vital to our growth and functioning as adults. The other eight are drawn from the vast storehouse of archetypes dating back to the dawn of human history. They play valuable roles that relate to our work, our relationships with individuals and society, as well as to our spirituality, finances, values, and our highest potential.