Awakening the Heroes Within: Twelve Archetypes to Help Us Find Ourselves and Transform Our World Characters

Carol S. Pearson
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The Innocent

The Innocent is a person, or archetype, that wants to stay safe. He or she is afraid of abandonment, but hopes that his faith will protect him. He or she is trusting of his elders and superiors, and his optimism helps him to learn and grow. The Innocent is an important archetype because it is an identity that every person goes through when as an infant and child. All through life a person remembers this time of innocence and security when they felt free to learn and develop. Many legends and stories from religious tradition tell the tale of the Innocent. In the Bible, Adam and Eve are Innocents in the Garden of Eden until they are corrupted by the serpent and agree to eat the fruit from the tree of knowledge. Then, God catches them and banishes them from the Garden of Eden. At this time...

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