In “Sacred Contracts”, I provide an extensive series of questions to help you determine which archetypes are part of your intimate support group. Here I’ll provide. Please read through the entire list, looking at all the archetypes in parentheses, before assuming that the one you’re looking for isn’t here. Naturally, it’s. (by Caroline Myss) My new book, Archetypes: Who Are You?, explores the intriguing subject of these universal patterns of consciousness.
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I think that the writing style was very accessible and objective, however, I did miss the author’s personality a little. She aims her book toward women.
She is my go-to resource for all things archetypes and all things chakra-related. She completed her Bachelor of Arts degree in journal Caroline Myss was born on December 2, in Chicago, and grew up with her parents, and two brothers, one elder and one younger, in the Melrose Park, Illinois neighbourhood near Chicago.
Caroline Myss was born on December 2, in Chicago, and grew up with her parents, and two brothers, one elder and one younger, in the Melrose Park, Illinois neighbourhood near Chicago.
She tries to say that perhaps the disease was not the thing killing her, but her disconnection from her archetype or mythic influence. Caroline gets major points from me for taking a neutral “label” and talking about the light and shadow sides, the life goals, the major challenges, thereby embracing the natural “rightness” of humanity while acknowledging our individual ability to lean well or not-so-well into the expression of any characteristic at any given time. Good for Archetypes description.
D in “intuition and energy medicine”, but the degree was granted by Greenwich University, a now-defunct correspondence school that was never accredited to deliver higher education awards by any recognized government accreditation authority. Yet this is a self-help book. Yet one meaning of myth is a commonly held yet false belief.
Thanks to Hay House and NetGalley for providing a free ebook for review. I’ve always loved and understood archetypes, so I enjoyed the personal application of them to my life and personality.
We all know the routine. In “Archetypes” Myss provides some interesting broad categories of personality types. Return to Book Page. As a Christian, I believe this is a question of fundamental importance, but you are only going to find the answer within the pages of the Bible.
We do not fit into archetypes, rather, we choose archetypes. Oct 24, Herve Tunga rated it liked it. The idea is that you take the very predictable “test”, then set up your very own personal page emblazoned with oh-so-cute graphics to tell the world that you are a mix of X, Y, and Z “archetypes.
I found this book applicable to me for understanding my own personality traits. Dec 01, Cass rated it really liked it. Also, I felt that the archetypes themselves didn’t allow ENOUGH wiggle-room for other personality traits to exist within any specific archetype.
I don’t want to choose my personality type from a list where “Fashonista” is an option. To ask other readers questions about Archetypesplease sign up. The way it is layed out helped me to get to know the archetypes.
This is just way too fluffy for me. Oct 23, Kirsten rated it liked it. Am I supposed to have on archetype or many? Passageway to Transformation,” archetgpesfollowed by “The Creation of Health: As a Christian, I had a different interpretation to some of the material presented. All the information in the book I could have found online for free.
Before writing about percentages and possibilities, the author should take a lession in probability theory lol. Unfortunately, it soon became apparent that the basis of the Archetypes was based on new age thinking rather than any academic discipline.
Archetypes: Who Are You?
This book seems to exist primarily as a lead-in to yet another social networking gy — as if the world really needs archetypee one of those — carolinr Anyone looking for Archetypes to serve up a scoop of Jung or Greek mythos is carolije to be sorely disappointed.
The biggest thing about Archetypes is that the book feels rushed and unfinished. Certain archetypes are more present in different parts of our lives and the chapters serve as a reference for looking in deeper.
The one thing I will say is depending on which presentation you hear, you might think Ms. Empowering others is your finest achievement. I have the Sacred Contracts book, so am a lucky one; what about those who don’t?
She also claims to hold a Ph. There’s nothing terrible or wrong thinking about the book but I think others have provided better information for instance enneagrams especially as outlined by Risso in Personality Types: But I may be comparing apples to oranges.
For me The Wisdom of the Enneagram: No trivia or quizzes yet.
Archetypes: Who Are You? by Caroline Myss
Also it seems like an Advertisement for their website. And, I admit, there was a slight interest in wondering what Archetype I might be, and what insight the author had to offer. I’m a fan girl of Caroline Myss and make no effort to hide that fact. I received an eARC of this book from netgalley.
The author seems to have some misguided ideas about Christianity, illustrated in this quote: