archetypes

INNER ARCHETYPES – THE FOOL

“Fear not
What is not real never was and never will be.
What is real always was and cannot be destroyed”
Bhagavad Gita

 

This is the way that one of our oldest and most powerful human archetypes is described in an ancient Hindu text. A character that is born free, lives free and dies willingly knowing that this ultimate life initiation only leads to greater freedom.

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OUR ARCHETYPES ARE CHANGING

We are all taught from an early age to play certain roles in life. Some are unique to our family, culture or religion and some are more collective such as mother, father, leader or rescuer.

As our stories evolve, so do the characters (and roles) that form them. Throughout recorded history certain core human archetypes have danced through our collective imaginations. All we must do is look to a myth-making system like Hollywood or indeed the Tarot to see how our understanding of the archetypal nature of life has changed and continues to do so. Archetypes like the Hero, Guru and Fool are still present and yet have evolved into new forms. The core archetypes we are seeing in the world right now are trans-gender, trans-culture, and trans-dogma. They are archetypes that appeal to our transforming human mythology and unite rather than separate us.

 

THEY ARE THE ADVENTURERS, REBELS, WARRIORS AND LOVERS OF OUR AGE.

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