What’s My Life Purpose?

The short answer, is you’re living it. It’s something you’re already doing, being, and cultivating. It is thematic. You’ve probably been living your life purposes from the day you were born. Yes, plural. We may have an overriding theme in our...

The Dilettante Archetype

Perhaps more than any other Archetype, the Dilettante is susceptible to frustration regarding the seemingly elusive “life purpose.” It’s meaning is taken from the Latin root “to delight in,” and a true dilettante takes pleasure in an ever...

The Slave Archetype

When I write about the Slave Archetype, as with all archetypes that I blog about, I am talking about a pattern of life. I am speaking symbolically. Therefore, the Slave Archetype is presented here in terms of symbolic pattern – not about someone physically...

The Mother Archetype

The archetypal pattern of the Mother is characterized by someone that is naturally nurturing, shows patience and unconditional love, and shows joy in giving birth to life. An individual with this pattern has the capacity to forgive children and puts their needs before...

The Beggar Archetype

The archetypal pattern of the Beggar is an individual who is in a depleted state, either materially, spiritually, or emotionally, and lives in a fairly constant state of asking for “handouts” whether literally or symbolically. They live, energetically, in...