Just as mother earth gives abundantly and nourishes everything on the planet, The Nurturer shares similar gifts, she teaches us to trust, and inherently looks for the good in all around her. The nurturer has an unlimited store of compassion and empathy she follows her natural rhythm. Her friends and loved ones feel safe and protected in her company. However, become mindful that there is a balance needed, over giving and allowing others needs to take priority over your own may find you feeling depleted, and neglecting these needs can sometimes lead to a loss of identity. Experiences from your childhood will have created the imprint that being there for others is how you receive attention. This is why saying No and creating clear boundaries can be extremely difficult for you. You fear you will disappoint those you love most.How to embody your nurturer archetype - Your challenge is to learn to say no, without feeling guilt. Don’t be afraid to put your own needs first.
This Archetype is also sometimes known as the huntress, she is an independent free spirit. She is strong, dignified and resilient, her primary goal is to achieve freedom and sovereignty in her life. The Warrioress is an overachiever, she expects the best from herself and those around her. She is goal oriented, competitive with herself and extremely committed to the causes she cares about. She stands up for what she believes in. However, the warrioress can be vulnerable to criticism, not performing well will be devastating for you, meaning work is often prioritised over other areas of your life. You can become emotionally unavailable and may often end up pushing people away. Alcohol is often used as a destress aid. How to embody your Warrioress archetype -Your challenge is to plan adventure in life, explore the outdoors and embrace your femininity.
The wild woman is the source of the feminine, she is at home in her body and knows and accepts all of herself, she is sensual, playful and captivating. The wild woman is alive and is wild in every sense of the word. However, the wild woman when her self-worth is derived can become destructive and cause mayhem, she may seek external validation on her appearance and use the art of seduction to get her needs met. How to embody your Wild woman archetype – Meet your shadow self, and engage in regular shadow work, become aware of your deepest emotions and feelings. Journey all the way to your edge and keep going.
You are feminine, intuitive and enchanting. The priestess archetype represents our unique soul path in this lifetime. She tunes into her intuition and womb wisdom. She believes in harmony of the universe and conflict can be very distressing for you. The Priestess trusts and accepts divine guidance as she walks her path. She aligns with her highest values and sacred purpose. She is a sensitive soul who is patient and peaceful in her quest for higher knowledge. The priestess may sometimes struggle to differentiate between her intuition and ego and may be conflicted between a path society wants for her and her own soul path. How to embody you Priestess Archetype – Take walks in nature, tune into your own sacred cycle, ask yourself if you are living the life, you truly want to live.