Female archetypes can manifest in many ways. These archetypes will likely surface in your relationships, including which foods to share and which not to share. However, when you discover your female archetypes, you will have the key to bringing both your mind and body back to harmony. The female archetypes aren’t based on your parents’ ages, social status, education level or whether you were adopted or not. They’re based upon who you are inside, and how you express that inside your relationship.
Let’s start with the archetypal “queen”. Every single one of us has a unique personality. We all have certain qualities that set us apart from every other person. One of these characteristics is that we have a natural desire to be a queen. It’s been bottled up since birth. When we discover our true feminine nature, we can let it out and feel its liberating power.
If you’re not sure what this means, let me explain. Just because we all have the natural desire to be a queen doesn’t mean we can just let it go to waste. In fact, letting it go to waste creates a void in our lives, and prevents us from being happy. We need to feel our value as a person, so we find ways to increase our self-worth. One of the most powerful ways to do this is through building our self-worth by creating a solid self-image.
There are also seven archetypes that represent aspects of our true nature. If you take the time to really look at yourself, these archetypes will reveal in you. If you haven’t discovered your own self-worth, but think you have, I recommend you pay attention to the Female Archetypes that surround you. These are the ones that can manifest their shadows in your life, manifesting as something else.
The first archetypal Female archetype is the passive, gentle, conciliator. This female usually uses her beauty and charm in order to bring peace to the world. Her shadow is the feminine principle that all love is based on. She may be a seductive and graceful lover, but she is really just looking for a peaceful partner instead. Of course, if we are dealing with a passive feminine, we aren’t dealing with much emotion.
Another example of a passive female is the Queen of ancient times, Cybele. She was the Queen of Greece and she loved to fight. In Greek, she was known as the goddess of love, because she loved to fight. In her early life, she was known as a warrior too, but she was turned into a queen because of her natural beauty. She loved being a queen, even though it meant that every man who came to her kingdom had to fight her. She was a powerful and intelligent queen, but the one trait that made her even more fascinating was her ability to use her beauty to make men fall in love with her.
Another example of a strong and confident Female archetype is the Greek Goddess, Aphrodite. She represented the physical aspects of womanhood, while at the same time symbolized the virtue of wisdom. As the goddess of love, Aphrodite was popular for being fierce and destructive. However, when she was transformed into the role of a warriorress, she became a symbol of strength and courage.
In our modern world, these archetypes are often combined with a character like the heroines of literature and movies. While these archetypes may be useful for teaching women about their own inner values, they are not very helpful when it comes to actually manifesting those values. If you really want to attract men, the best way to build strong feminine attributes is through the use of cultural patterns and behavioral scripts. If you understand that you must first use your mind and hearts to attract men to you, then you can begin to practice the art of seduction and get to know a man’s mind. You can then begin to figure out which cultural patterns you are most likely to follow and which ones will help you attract the man of your dreams.