Awakening the Heroes Within: Twelve Archetypes to Help Us Find Ourselves and Transform Our World - Chapter 18- From Duality to Wholeness Summary & Analysis

Carol S. Pearson
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Chapter 18- From Duality to Wholeness Summary and Analysis

People's lives are affected by not only their personality, but by their age. In childhood, the Innocent is the outlook of the trusting child, while the Orphan is that of the child who feels abandoned. The challenge is to integrate the two opposition pairs. If a person has not resolved issues of her childhood, she will be confronted with these issues much later in life. Certain archetypes are needed in adolescence and young adulthood. In adolescence, the Lover and the Seeker are needed. The person can either go forth in search of a home, or search for someone to love, or both. The Seeker drives the adolescent to seek new opportunities. The Lover grows up by falling in love with people and ideas. Young people generally want to have love and...

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