Your Archetypal Pattern of Behavior
The four primary energies described
through the four inner family archetypes are present everywhere in
life. The first of these energies is printed on our subconscious more
strongly than the others when we are a small child. The second becomes
the primary energy through we we relate to life at the conscious level,
and this selection happens right before puberty. The third becomes
the energy that we grow into as adults and that best encapsulates
our superconscious drive. The fourth energy becomes the one that we
reject. It is buried in the unconscious and tends to sabotage us when
we least expect it.
The way different people select
their archetypal pattern is not a conscious choice. It is a part of
the soul's evolution and has a lot to do with karma and the lessons
that need to be learned through a particular pattern. Even though
we cannot change our archetypal pattern per se, we can learn to transcend
its limitation by choosing to practice the loving aspect of each archetype
at the conscious level in any given situation.
Our innate archetypal pattern
reveals a lot about us— how we see life, how we communicate
and like to be understood, how we relate emotionally to others, the
type of career or life mission we are more likely to pursue, and the
specific vulnerabilities that magnetize negative energies from others.
To figure out your pattern,
What is my conscious archetype (the one I think and function through
most of the time)?
What is my subconscious archetype (the one I feel through, that best
described me as a child)?
Then, read up on each pattern of behavior
and take a look at the celebrities and historical figures that express
that pattern. The more you do this, the more you will be able to pick
up on the vibrational similarity between people who share a similar
Achievers (Conscious Boychild, subconscious Mother)
Crusaders (Conscious Boychild, subconscious Girlchild)
Stoics (Conscious Boychild, subconscious Father)
Analysts (Conscious Mother, subconscious Boychild)
Nurturers (Conscious Mother, subconscious Girlchild)
Creators (Conscious Girlchild, subconscious Boychild)
Inspirers (Conscious Girlchild, subconscious Mother)
Overcomers (Conscious Girlchild, subconscious Father)
The process for assessing archetypal patterns
is described in greater detail in our book, The
Inner Family Archetypes: Building Loving Relationships Through Divine
Self-Awareness. You may also want to consider
scheduling an archetypal assessment with Brian, Caroline or Therese
for professional guidance through this process.
Disclaimer: The archetypal assessments
of celebrities included here are based on their public—not their
private—life. They simply illustrate an archetypal pattern of
behavior and are not intended to limit anyone.
© 2010 Sirius Consulting