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Carl Jung referred to “archetypes” as a way to help define his theory of human psyche. Exemplifying that there are universal ideals that make up the collective unconscious of people and represent patterns noticeable in individuals today. As we evolve… so do these archetypes, evoking deeper emotions and painting an even clearer picture of our most fundamental human motifs.

Jung established twelve archetypes, each with its own set of patterns and ideals, personality traits, values, and beliefs, yet sharing a similar driving force. Although one may dominate an individual person’s psyche more than the others, most, if not all people, dabble in multiple archetypes. Take for example one of Jung’s archetypes “the creator”- a combination of artist and scientist, a thinker and builder, whose goal of finding solutions is only limited by their infinite creativity, and boundless curiosity.

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