Objects & Places from Awakening the Heroes Within: Twelve Archetypes to Help Us Find Ourselves and Transform Our World

Carol S. Pearson
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The Holy Grail

This is a magical container that holds or once held the blood of Christ.

Parsifal, Lancelot

These are among the leading knights of the Middle Ages.

Pinocchio

The Blue Fairy helped bring this to life.

Gods and Goddesses

Christ, Dionysus, Kali, and Shiva represent these.

The Trickster

This androgynous character is a figure in the Winnebago American Indian legends.

Buddha

This represents a detached religious figure.

Christ

The deep psychological significance of this is both the death and resurrection of the soul.

Dionysus

At first venerated as a god, this figure is torn apart and killed by his followers.

Ritual Actions

Birth ceremonies, marriages, and funerals are examples of these.

Eros

This is the left-handed path to knowledge, as opposed to reasoning.

Agape

This is a form of love for the beauty, the sacred, and other types of sacred love.

The Ego

This is the...

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