Our Common Threads
So it’s no little thing, finding a voice for them. It requires the innocence of pure observation without judgement, and the ability to see beyond the dualities of right and wrong, good and bad. Archetypal spirituality asks us to look more deeply within ourselves, and reframe these more surface dualisms as light and dark, awake and the unconscious, on-purpose and in shadow.
There are always these two possibilities with the way that archetypes appear, and we can use the characteristics of them to first identify them within ourselves, and then to give them voice, to give them a vehicle to travel from the depths of our unconscious mind and heart, and into the light of day.
We are all caught somewhere in the shadow. We can be extremely awake in one way, and then utterly asleep in another. Archetypal energy is there to remind us, and give us a framework for getting into it and creating the will (fifth chakra) to make something for everyone to benefit. Archetype work is always on behalf of the collective consciousness, so if we learn to give voice to it, we do it for much more than just our own soul’s growth.
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