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  • Writer's pictureSusan Shepler

Archetypes & Self-Discovery

Updated: May 8

Self-Discovery follows a path.

It's a trail that leads to wellness, and a strong center of the personality.

The Path to Self-Discovery is a Path Through Life.

A Queen's Dash from from the Castle

The poem, Queen Ann, is about a Queen running from a burning castle. Her King and her Princes are out on horses or ships. She runs in the night for help, but where does a Queen find a defense for her castle? The answer is a metaphor about "The Kingdom of Heaven" our best hope in the world. to your blog post. Use this space to connect with your readers and potential customers in a way that’s current and interesting. Think of it as an ongoing conversation where you can share updates about business, trends, news, and more.

““We cannot change anything unless we accept it.” Carl Gustav Jung, Modern Man in Search of a Soul

The best choice is for women to support one another.

We must learn how to be more consistent in providing positive regard and encouragement, not only to other women, but people in general.

"Symbols are representations of the psyche; they are projections of all aspects of man’s nature” (Hall & Nordby, 1973, p. 117).

Self-Discovery rests in her growth nature. Her life has meaning through prayer language, and she becomes part of a larger conversation involving God.

Self-Discovery is a Scenic Journey through Life's Mysteries... There is a path that leads to fullness, and authentic blossoming.

““All truly universal human experiences have a tendency to evoke strikingly similar symbolic images and similar emotionally charged relational dramas." Jeremy Taylor, The Living Labyrinth

Self-Discovery is a destination inspired by passions.

Growth leads to acknowledgement, awareness, of our personal best, an alignment leading to our highest potential.

Self-discovery is a challenging, rewarding, forever journey.

It is a journey like Dorothy's journey in Oz -- it leads home. Home is a certain center, a sense of well-being throughout life's obstacles.

"Self" is an ever-present ally, a Spiritual form of all things.


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