Most importantly, she talks about the positive aspects of archetypes that we are only too quick to find the negative connotation of. For instance, she claims that we all have a saboteur lurking in our archetypal mix. One immediately assumes the negative aspects of this; how and why and where it hurts us! What if the purpose of this archetype was to warn you and protect you against your tendencies to sabotage yourself? Each archetype has a positive and a negative interpretation, but the awareness of those patterns can provide a great wake up call. You can become a witness to your actions, not engulfed in them.
Another archetype we all share is the child. Now, is that the wounded, innocent, magical, or nature child? Is that the bratty spoiled child we’ve all exhibited? If we’re aware of the archetype, we can manage it, along with the necessary energy management I stress in my work.
This book allows you to see your life symbolically, thus allowing you to manage your personal power from a more neutral perspective. Emotional dramas fade away with familiarity of the archetypes at work. I hope this book challenges and engages your interest – and helps you discover your divine potential.