Archetypes Part 2 – Why It’s Important to Find Your Archetypes

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Michael Alperstein is the co-owner of Lightworkers World (LW), this wonderful online presence dedicated to sharingmichael alperstien enlightening information.  Last week I reviewed two of Michael’s archetypes: The Mystic and The Entrepreneur.

Click here to read last week’s article.

This week I’ll unveil three more of Michael’s archetypes.  But a quick review.  Archetypes are repeated energetic patterns; your energetic blueprint.  They are the patterns of universal behavior that motivates you.  There are 100s, if not 1000s, of archetypes.  Each person has many archetypes within them.  As an archetype consultant, I help clarify the most prominent ones.  This information helps each person to understand their uniqueness, their strengths, and their gifts.

archetype energyDuring Michael’s session over skype (sessions can be done over skype, the phone, in person, or on a google hangout) he had an Aha! Moment.  The clarity came from discovering his work as a life coach comes from being The Liberator not The Healer.  The Healer energy surrounds Michael but it isn’t one of his core energies right now.  The Liberator is focused on freedom and freeing others.  They help people across the threshold.  This can be realized by helping people from actual confinement such as victims of social injustices.  Or it means freeing others from emotional or psychic confinement like self-limiting belief systems, negativism, or spiritual confusion.  The Healer, on the other hand, is called to heal the pain in others.  This pain can be physical, mental, emotional, psychic, or spiritual.

Another of Michael’s archetypes is The Mentor and this goes hand-in-hand with his Liberator.  He acts as a guide and helps people find their own answers.  But he is available so they don’t have to go on the journey alone.

man playing video gameThe big surprise was the unveiling of his Eternal Child archetype.  An Eternal Child is usually sweet, gets along with actual children, and prioritizes fun over work.  For example, an Eternal Child may choose a lower paying fun job over a higher paying stressful job.

 “Knowing your archetypal patterns is the beginning of understanding why you are the way you are. This knowledge is, in other words, the entry into who you really are at the depth and core of your soul.” ~Caroline Myss, author of Sacred Contracts

WHAT ARE YOUR GUIDING ARCHETYPES? FIND OUT TUESDAY
archetypal patternsLearn more about The Liberator, Healer, Teach, Mentor, Eternal Child, Mystic and many more at a free webinar on Tuesday!  This webinar is just for YOU since it’s just for lightworkers.

Lightworkers Know Your Archetypes

Tuesday, June 25 at 5:00pm eastern.  If you can’t make the live event, you can listen to the recording for 5 days.  But you still need to register.

There will be 2 special live guests: Diantha Harris of Life Potentials and CJ Martes of The Angel Connection.

For more information and to register, visit www.gabriellejaviercerulli.com/lightworkers

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Gabrielle Javier-Cerulli, M.A.LightWorkers World Author Gabrielle Javier-Cerulli, M.A. (2 Posts)

Hello! I'm an archetype consultant who helps people discover their 8 guiding archetypes for clarity in their career, life purpose, relationships and branding. Are you The Rebel, The Warrior, The Queen, The Liberator, The Storyteller, or the Pioneer? Let's find out! I'm also the author of No Ordinary Woman: Tips for Conscious, Creative, and Healthy Living and hold a M.A. in expressive arts therapy. A couple of my personal archetypes are The Mother, The Lover, The Liberator, and The Pioneer. You can also connect with me on LinkedIn.