Awakening the Heroes Within: Twelve Archetypes to Help Us Find Ourselves and Transform Our World - Chapter 8, The Warrior, Chapter 9, The Caregiver Summary & Analysis

Carol S. Pearson
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Chapter 8, The Warrior, Chapter 9, The Caregiver Summary and Analysis

Warriors fight for what they believe in and are what most people identify with when they think of a person being a hero. The Warrior rescues the damsel in distress, and has the power to win victory. The Warrior is a person who mobilizes to protect what are his possessions. Being a Warrior can have a negative side, but then the Warrior needs to be approached from a higher level. Warriors can learn to convince other people to support their cause. An essential quality of being a good Warrior is being able to tell right from wrong. The negative Warrior seeks domination for its own sake. Woman can learn to be Warriors, though in the past it was thought of as an only male archetype. Even in ancient history there are...

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