Part of Jungian psychology includes the idea that we interpret the world in terms of archetypes.
There are several of these, but the work of two Jungian analysts, Robert Moore and Douglas Gillette, has distilled them down to just four.
By combining the two essential qualities of people’s psychology as either active or passive and feminine or masculine, they identified four essential Jungian archetypes:
There isn’t space to go into detail here, but other archetypes can be seen as combinations of these fundamentals. And all four archetypes exist to a greater or lesser degree in everyone.
The Sovereign represents the ‘passive masculine’. If you think of Continue Reading >