In order to use the archetypal energies in the best way possible for us – it requires two things: consciousness and intent. In this video I tell you how to tap into both.
I hear this saying all the time: Fake it til you make it.
I used to subscribe to this, but when my anxiety or depression got real bad, it didn’t work. Instead, it made me feel worse. I couldn’t fake it right either and I felt, well, fake.
If you’ve been feeling overwhelmed and maybe you aren’t even feeling like yourself, try this exercise out.
You have all that you need in order to step into your power. Maybe you’ve heard that before, but you just don’t understand exactly what that means. I did a lot of therapy and self-work before I found some practical, hands-on tools that would help me change how I spoke, acted and reacted in situations.
What’s your default? Warrior, Sovereign, Lover, Mother…
What does it feel like to step into your sovereign archetype? Find out here.
We’ve talked about the Golden Shadow before. The basics: the Golden Shadow is all of those things we would benefit from using that we don’t claim. And I know what you’re thinking – if I don’t claim them, how do I know I have them? Here’s how I realized my Golden Shadow: I envied another woman
I remember reading a novel when I was a kid. The story was about a young, wounded man finding his way through his life and yet always battling this evil which was always near and yet elusive. Towards the end of the story he is forced to name this evil. When it comes down to it he realizes that the evil is a part of him. His shadow.
We’re coming to the end of the 30 days of honoring our gifts and one of my favorite archetypes is the Sage Archetype because of the amount of gifts it offers us – whether we know it or not. Our Sage is our inner wisdom and intuition. It is the ancient piece of us that can see the big picture and offer us spiritual wisdom and for me, emotional support.
In one of the earlier posts we talked about being grateful for life itself. And yet what is life without a purpose? It seems to me that one’s purpose in life changes as one lives through it. The purpose of life is very different for a young person pursuing their education versus an elder with generations of younger folks looking to them for guidance and wisdom.
Our value. This can be pretty challenging if you don’t feel valuable or worthy within. I admit, there are days that I still struggle with value – especially when someone else contradicts what I believe about myself or says hurtful things.