The lion: Based on your answers it appears that some of the Lion's characteristics have already been integrated. Thats awesome!
Your strong relationship with the lion is reflected in your courage, the willingness to stand alone if you have to and the responsibility that you take. You're not one to let others tell you what to do.
The lion has many beautiful qualities, but remember, even the strongest king needs others around him. In the same way, the animals from the manpower model need each other to be fully expressed.
Do you want to know more about the way the archetypal animals from the manpower model work together?
The owl: Based on your answers it appears that some of the owl's characteristics have already been integrated. Thats awesome!
Even though the owl can fly, he is often depicted with its eyes closed, sitting on a branch. Just like the owl, you know the value of distancing yourself from situations in order to view them objectively. As a wise bird you know that true wisdom comes not only from taking distance, but also from what you look at (your own inner self).
Although the owl is wise, he is often seen alone and in the dark. His timidity makes him stand a little farther away from life than he might want. Because he knows the added value of oversight, he sometimes flies a little too long instead of seeing what the forest-ground (and other animals) have to offer.
It won't surprise you, but the owl also needs help from time to time. To be in balance, as a man, the animals from the manpower model must work together. Then we can really come home.Do you want to know more about how you can balance the animals yourself?
The whale: Based on your answers it appears that some of the whale's characteristics have already been integrated. Thats awesome!
To the whale there is no separation. He is completely one with himself and his environment. An example of self-acceptance. He has too, because if he wanted to be someone else (like a leopard for instance) and start to behave accordingly, he would no longer be able float so smoothly through the water. This also applies to you to a certain extent. You know the importance of experiencing and feeling your emotions, sometimes leaving them for what they are: part of life. You often establish relationships with others quickly and people feel at home with you.
The whale experiences life very directly, which is his great power. This requires a fair amount of courage for which the lion will respect ;-). Yet the whale also needs help to be at home. Curious how?