Archetypes, an archaic legacy of eminence?

Have you ever had that wonderful feeling of deep recognition or even “homecoming” when you first entered a spiritual or religious community unknown to you? This is the recognition of your Archetype with the Archetype of the group, there is a match. You can feel excitement and happiness!

Archetypes are semi-collective personality parts; they are shared with groups of people. They lie in the subconscious mind and most people are not aware of these parts, but they are familiar with the phenomena that Archetypes bring with them.

Personality traits

Suppose you have joined such a spiritual group and feel complete agreement. It feels nice until it starts to chafe a bit here and there. Maybe you have a more nuanced idea about their spiritual assumptions? Or do you think slightly different? Or you may now see that person who used to be so nice in a different light.

Maybe you put that other person on a pedestal and worship him or her? You believe that you can do it much better than the other person. Ambition for status and money plays an important role; what he / she can do, I can also and then that honor and appreciation is due to me. Do you recognize this yourself, or have you seen this in others? All these thoughts and feelings of comparison and inequality come from the inner Archetype!

Spiritual characteristics

The ancient Holy Scriptures are actually study and instructional materials. They were once created specifically for spiritual adepts. In addition, the spiritual life was and still is highly hierarchical, it is good that you realize this.

The spiritual knowledge that used to be secret (!) Many can now freely dispose of and experiment with it, but without having the necessary spiritual insights!

Without any understanding of the human life field and how it relates to God, the All, and to the (macro) cosmos, mediums, psychics and the like, have placed the origin of various spiritual manifestations they experienced outside of themselves. They probably did this mainly because they did not understand where all that “knowledge” came from, out of a form of misplaced humility, avoiding responsibility and as a means of reinforcing their spiritual message.

As a spiritual manifestation you can think of all immaterial phenomena, inexplicable to tangible reality, such as spiritualism, channeling and spiritual guide entities and vampirism. In reality, these are not newly discovered spiritual phenomena, but psychic archetypal phenomena seen in the light of a polarizing vision and dualistic reality.

Archetypal is hierarchical. Spiritual ignorance of the existence and behavior of Archetypes has designed and theoretically established an outer spiritual hierarchy, but how does that reconcile with the holistic view?

It is not the intention to convince you. You are meant to ask yourself whether spiritual or religious claims have any validity and right to exist?

In fact, science has no knowledge of universal life energy, Kundalini and the working of the inner intuitive perception.

The power of the masses

In groups, feelings of initial excitement and joy can turn into anger and mass hysteria. There are deeply ambivalent feelings in the subconscious mind of all people. In some group situations, these can come out explosively as one collective anger and make all norms and values ​​forgotten in one fell swoop.

Archetypes are group phenomena. They once originated in our distant ancestors through religious and spiritual situations involving subordinate dependence vs superior power. The main cause, however, is the underlying imbalance between the universal masculine and the universal feminine, the imbalance between Yang and Yin in all humanity.

Every imbalance is amplified under the influence of Kundalini! Under the influence of the force of the masses, they become explosive! Archetypes now come to light an-masse through reflection in groups. Apparently, the time is now right to face the archetypal inheritance of imbalance in subordination or impotence, and in supremacy or power.

How do you best deal with the Archetypal energy within spiritual and religious groups? In a dispassionate yet empathic way. Realize that archetypal energy is very powerful energy.

If you go for purity and are determined to find out what is true and what is not true in spirituality and religion, then you can really only be convinced by spiritual, transcendent, or intuitive experiences that you can actually test against reality. Whether you really allow yourself to be convinced depends on your willingness to look honestly into yourself and to receive the uncomfortable truth that whatever you condemn in another is also within you.


The artificial ceiling in consciousness; the illusionary status

About spiritual survival instincts, deeply hidden personality parts in humans; the main cause of segregation.

Spirituality is in the areas between ‘heaven and earth’, ‘life and death’, and between the conscious and the unconscious, and this makes spirituality so attractive to many people and surrounds it with an aura of deepening in spiritual and esoteric themes; the science of the unseen, the mysterious and the mystical. When one engages in spirituality, something of this aura also radiates on you and gives you an interesting status. Being intuitive or extra sensitive perceptive (ESP) can even be a status in itself.

People often are deeply impressed by both inner and outer reflections of spiritual statuses. From a universal spiritual perspective, however, spiritual and religious statuses are illusionary but they form the root of the social and spiritual schism between peoples and are at the root of the inequality between man and woman.

One derives a spiritual status from inner Archetypes that have formed in the human psyche over the course of many millennia. In spiritual development and our desire for unification with God, the ‘Source’, illusionary statuses of Archetypes form an important barrier.

How could this status sensitivity have arisen?

The origin of feelings of Power or Powerlessness

We are daughters and sons of daughters and sons… we ultimately originate from the primordial man; our original psyche is deeply hidden and still contains primal contents like strong instincts of survival and reproduction, and deep feelings of dependence on both status and family (tribe or clan) that are present in us as social, religious and spiritual survival instincts.

When the first people of 4 legs on 2 legs started walking, they took the first step in the field of awareness (consciousness realm) of the human kingdom. In the deepest layers of our subconscious, we are still standing with one foot in the animal kingdom and one foot in the human kingdom, but we are on our way to take the next step and then stand with 2 feet in the field of awareness (consciousness realm) of the human kingdom; we are on our way to pass through the artificial Archetype ceiling of consciousness, but that does not happen automatically.

The first conscious people began to give ‘names’ to people, objects, and natural phenomena such as dangerous animals or weather conditions such as ‘lion’ or ‘thunder’, or ‘water’ which is essential and even of vital importance for all life. By giving someone or something a name, you acknowledge it and indicate that you have a certain relationship with it. The ‘naming’ process is a form of ‘appropriation’ and an attempt to control our lives and the circumstances in which we lived. We started differentiating and naming the physical universe. This ‘naming’ is the foundation of our psychology; naming is done from within; we can assume that all names were made through the intuitive inner reflection of events in reality.

The physical reality, Creation, exists for us thanks to the acquisition of consciousness. Without this there was and there is nothing or no one who acknowledges Creation and we would not have existed; we would not have known that we exist because we had not been aware of it. The animal kingdom acts and responds purely from instincts.

For primordial people, naming would have been an almost magical act that gave them the feeling of gaining authority over their circumstances; the birth of the awareness of feelings of power and powerlessness. Naming is appropriation, assessment, and appreciation. By assigning a name we create something that is meaningful to us and that radiates a certain meaningful vibration. A name consists of a composition of sounds (the individual characters) that are in a certain order and this composition receives a certain charge with associated meaning that is linked to each other; Man is gradually becoming aware of the possibilities to manipulate their circumstances. However, initially, people would probably have been very instinctively intuitive and rationality still far away; a breeding ground for ‘magical thinking’, assigning supernatural qualities to people, animals, or objects.

Some individuals would have shown special qualities with which they naturally profile themselves as spiritual leaders, or they are selected for this by the group (tribe) with which status differences and hierarchy arise; here are the foundations of Archetypes.

The spiritual leader gathers assistants and a subgroup forms within the tribe; exclusivity arises and the chance of being excluded from the group or from the subgroup, these are ideal circumstances for the emergence of complex feelings of insecurity and dependence and possibly also of jealousy, competition, and ambition. Being excluded from the group is life-threatening and being excluded from the subgroup is losing status; one loses their status and then no longer exist in the subgroup or one loses their lives; the instinctual feelings of ‘spiritual survival instincts’ and ‘physical survival instincts’ become equal in terms of intensity.

These very intense and complex feelings that have arisen through the ‘linking’ of spiritual status to survival are still deeply hidden in the human psyche. They are at the basis of the human personality; one’s identity is determined by their spiritual and religious archetypal cultural or inherited background and all their experiences with these. This positively or negatively experienced archetypal background is the main driver for one’s intentions, choices, and actions in one’s life; man is governed by their sensitivity to, and dependence on, Archetypes.

The awareness development from ‘instinctively intuitive’ towards rationality is guided by a progressing overall imbalance between Yin and Yang; the shortage of intuitive Yin results in upcoming needs for dependence and guidance of supreme beings or leaders.

The Artificial ceiling within the Over-Soul; the power of the masses

What is deeply embedded within the individual being is deeply embedded within the Over-Soul. The intense psychological dependence on archetypal statuses lies at the core of our being and is a significant part of the collective subconscious mind. All share this ‘root of division’. This dependence is at the basis of the current global spiritual state of polarization and schism and may be recognized as group Karma.

An archetypal group field is an energetic field that is loaded with all specific information, data, of a religion or spiritual belief. Such a field contains all the dogmas, rituals, and rules of life in energetic form, you can compare this with the energetic radiance of an ‘Aura’. Religions can contain very different details and the atmosphere in the different religious group fields, the Aura, is just as diverse.

One’s inner archetypal ‘part’ resonates with a like-minded overarching archetype of a certain religion and in this way appeals to tribally sensitive parts in our primordial psyche. This can give someone a vague feeling, or a strong resonance of familiarity with that specific religion. If your inner Archetype does not match with the overarching type, then there is no resonance and no interest.

The most important properties of the energy of an Archetypal field are: group bonding, conditionally, and controlling. The field is held together by ‘loyal’ followers who have earned the ‘love’ of the field; their individual vibrational frequency has become identical with the field! They are the eyes and ears of the overarching Archetype. They observe whether everyone, like themselves, respects and follows all dogmas, rituals, and rules of life, to maintain the ‘power’ of the field.

The more people who share in the Archetype, the greater the charged energetic field. Just like the subconscious part, the overarching Archetype has charismatic properties, it has great appeal and hypnotic and seductive effects on one’s consciousness.

The characteristics of the field are strengthened in groups; one can easily fall under the spell of an Archetype and be driven into mass hysteria or develop intense polarizing feelings toward an Archetypal field of another religion. Once someone gets in the ‘grip’ of an Archetype, it’s hard to get away from it. It is not the power of the Archetype that has a grip on the consciousness; the inability comes from a lack of awareness, of clear spiritual insights, and of remaining feelings of dependence to the archetypal field; in your emotional life you are back in prehistoric times and respond instinctively. The group field strengthens inner feelings of power, righteousness, and superiority. However, if you are dedicated to becoming aware, then the veils will be taken from your eyes.

The largest religious and spiritual institutions and organizations in the world are immense archetypal fields with millions of loyal followers who can even ‘load’ pilgrimage sites, church buildings, and temples with the energy of their specific Archetype.

Psychologically, the number of followers, age, and size of world religions can be the validity and justification of all the “data content” of the archetypal field; if so many people believe in it, then all spiritual beliefs, rules of life, and dogmas must be okay somewhere, right? Or else, “If it doesn’t work, it doesn’t harm”. But is that really so?

In the sequel, the various spiritual phenomena evoked by Archetypes.


The All-Spirit, God, does not pat you on the back.

Spiritual awakening is about the awakening of unconditional love for the total creation and that begins with love for and acceptance of yourself, of your incarnation, in this era, and on this planet.

Unconditional means “without conditions”. Conditions such as meeting norms and values ​​or meeting certain personal characteristics.

Unconditional love seems easy, but it isn’t. This is primarily due to our social culture, which is based on barter, for what goes for what, and in itself that is an excellent starting point. However, progressive spiritual development builds on Passion, unconditional devotion, and love without expecting anything in return.

Spiritual awakening takes place in the heart and is a service to yourself. With this, you lay a solid personal foundation for further development. In the heart center, two elements come together: the love for fellow human beings and the love for yourself and the All. If you can completely balance these two love currents, then you take the first step.

How do you balance those two love currents? By always choosing the balance in attention; outward and inward attention. What you pay attention to, multiplies.

With outward-facing communication, you focus on your fellow man. With this, you practice yourself in the subtle balance in the relationship between yourself and your fellow human beings. Subtle, because in that relationship you are always looking for middle roads between extremes, for example between slavishly letting everything come over you versus aggressively standing up for yourself. In society, always look for the communicative middle way in which you and the other “do justice” to each other, win-win situations. “I’m okay, and you’re okay.”

The awakening of the heart can be the beginning of a profound intuitive relationship with the Soul.

Then look for dedication to expanding the inner stillness and emptiness through meditation and focussed attention. With a meditative presence in every moment, you become receptive to the spiritual intuitions – the inner senses – of the Soul. The Soul is the transcendental part of man. Society always gives you feedback on your relationship with other people. God does not give you any feedback on your relationship with the Soul. It is now the Soul that is giving you the intuitive feedback you need to face, acknowledge and let go of any spiritual or non-spiritual illusions you still harbor. It is also the Soul that will point you to the Path to merging with the All-Spirit. It is the Soul returning to Divine Unity.