Archetypes are visual symbols or energetic imprints that exist in our psyches. Some work subliminally to help trigger your memory as to why you are here and the truth behind the illusion of reality. Archetypes can often convey non-written and non-verbal messages.
Archetypes symbols are the language of the mind when taken to different frequencies of thought and to each other by the collective unconsciousness. There are individual and universal archetypes. These symbols are everywhere, in dreamtime, during remote viewing or other out-of-body experiences, during meditation, when you doodle on a pad, crop circles or landscape art; they can be seen in other art forms, such as, jewelry, hieroglyphs, a logo, on a billboard, anywhere at all. Archetypes can also be auditory, a tone, a series of notes, a harmonic convergence of sound. Reality is a series of metaphors set into motion by the synchronicity of archetypes we experience.
The term Archetype began with Carl Jung. In Jung's terms, 'Archetype' is defined as the first original model of which all other similar persons, objects, or concepts are merely derivative, copied, patterned, or emulated. These patterns derive from a universal collective unconscious which in metaphysics is called the Grids, Akashic Records, Sea of Consciousness, that which creates our reality. In this context, archetypes are innate prototypes for ideas, which may subsequently become involved in the interpretation of observed phenomena.
Master or Universal archetypes are created by the patterns of Sacred Geometry. The remainders are derivatives of these patterns.
The Collected Works of Carl G. Jung Wikipedia - Archetypes
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