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I clean up the planet. I am a role model for young men. I am rigorously honest and fiercely optimistic. I arcetypes myself accountable. I know what I feel. I know how to cry and let it go. I know how to rage without hurting others. I know how to fear and how to keep moving. I let go of childish shame. I feel guilty when I do something wrong. I am kind to men, kind to women, kind to children. I teach others how to be kind. I stop blaming women or my parents or men for my pain years ago. I stop letting my defences ruin my relationships.
King, Warrior, Magician, Lover: Four Mature Masculine Archetypes
I do not let my penis run my life. I have enough self respect to tell the truth. I create intimacy and trust with actions. I have masckline that I trust and that I turn masculinf for support. Arcchetypes know how to roll with it. I know how to make it happen. I am disciplined when I need to be. I am flexible when I need to be. I know how to listen from the core of my being. I'm not afraid to get dirty. I'm ready to confront my own limitations. King, Warrior, Magician, Lover: Four Mature Masculine Archetypes My purpose in this post is to give a context to other articles I am writing on the Men After Fifty blogsite for those men unfamiliar with the concepts of the masculine archetypes.
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Carl Jung, a pioneering psychiatrist of the twentieth century. This is a fancy way to say that deep inside each of us, are these psychological instincts which provide us with potential paths to express different aspects of our lives. Just as physically we have inside us the capacity for language, waiting to be stimulated by our environment, we have these psychological capacities as well. We have the seeds insides ourselves for expressing our masculinity, our femininity, our capacity for parenting, for organizing into a society and for so much more.
The archetypes are expressed through our mythologies, the stories passed down from generation to generation, through our symbols and the images, hopes and dreams that seem common to each civilization across time and geography. For the purpose of this post, let me just share some data on the four masculine archetypes presented by Moore and Gillette and perhaps it will begin to make some sense to you. The King is the source of order in the Kingdom. He provides for the health and safety of his subjects. The shadow sides of the King are the Tyrant and the Weakling.