Hello Warrior Family,
Today I want to share some information about fractals, archetypes and how they relate to DNA and our physical journey here.
Fractals in mathematics, are various extremely irregular curves or shapes for which any suitably chosen part is similar in shape to a given larger or smaller part, when magnified or reduced to the same size. Each part of which has the same statistical character as the whole.Most natural objects - and that includes us human - are composed of many different types of fractals woven into each other, each with parts which have different fractal dimensions. We see them replicating everywhere in our human body. In the shape and formation of all our organs, our lungs, our kidneys, our heart, our arterial system and our brain.
We see it in the growth of a human life from conception to embryo, to fetus to a newborn baby to child, to adolescent to adulthood.
From DNA to cells, to tissue, to organs and systems there is a rhythmic dance that folds back into itself again and again to replicate and scale the evolution of a life from birth to death.
The dance ebbs and flows from the creative Intelligence in the unified field, through multiple permutations and transformations until it metamorphoses into our physical universe; as matter and the infinite expressions of creation that we experience around us.
Fractals help to make the invisible, visible. Through their self-replicating patterns there is an economy and perfection that only the Divine can create. From perfection and grace emerges what appears to be chaos or disorder only to see it re-emerge again as perfect order that follows a precise pattern and blueprint.
It seem that life itself as how we experience it, follows the same patterns of order in chaos and chaos in order. Everything works in synchronicity to align us more and more with our original blueprint.
Consciousness is another manifestation of reality's underlying fractal nature, just like a tree or mountain vista.
When I was guided to write the dormant DNA activation guide more info here
I have been receiving information in small doses every day for months. Each download had to be experienced by my physical senses as well as my mental and emotional processing so that I could innerstand it in all levels as practical knowledge.
There was something that I haven’t shared yet because I didn’t know what word to use to fully express what I experienced. And this word came to my awareness through synchronicity after finding some book in the attic about fractals.
What I realized in my process of integrating and clearing the kundalini is that I was guided in many different ways how to do this through specific pressure points, stretching and breathing techniques so that I could feel the ball of energy, stagnation or inflammation moving from each area down to earth and so on.
When it came to the stretching techniques, I had this visual in my mind that I couldn’t explain in words and I was frustrated about it.
It has been almost a year since my pdf publication and I just learned that fractal is was I was looking for.
While doing the stretching techniques and writing them to the pdf, I used the word sacred geometry, which is right, but now, fractal is better word for it.
It wasn’t just the stretching techniques, it was the way I was guided to do and explain them. I could see myself from above, from a higher self perspective as my higher selves were guiding my physical body with each pose; the way I can describe it now is that they were breaking each body part down from both left and right side of the body and I could feel areas
activating that I’ve never felt before on my own.
So as our body is a fractal, the way I was shown how to do this is by breaking down the smaller fractals and geometries of the body and getting to know them, in the sense of energy as a deeper connection with myself, the earth and my stream of consciousness as well how they operate together.
By integrating my kundalini I’ve learned how to balance the left and the right side of my body and brain. I am still learning about this though and I have a lot of progress to make when it comes to my physical body; because I have scoliosis and this is what we are working on adjusting both in the physical and energetic (as it reflects to other timelines too with imbalances of the right and left hemisphere-feminine and masculine aspects etc). The center has to be balanced and both sides equal. We all go through processes of distortion and extreme situations and this is reflected on our bodies.
Imbalances and pain is a result of it. Sometimes even diseases.
When we process the emotions that are stored in the body, then we know how to heal. As we are in this new era of transformation, it won’t be necessary for us to enter into distortion again in order to grow, unless we consciously choose so; we can use our knowing of how those emotions and situations were created in the first place and prevent them from repeating again.
Archetypes are universal organizing themes or patterns that appear regardless of space, time, or person. Appearing in all existential realms and at all levels of systematic recursion, they are organized as themes in the unus mundus, which Jung described as “the potential world outside of time,” and are detectable through synchronicities."
Templates, genes, enzymes, hormones, catalysts, pheromones, social hormones are concepts similar to archetypes.
Your Archetype is your unique psyche, consisting of your natural strengths, weaknesses and the values you hold deeply. Understanding which type you are can enhance self growth and help you make better life choices. During my soulmate connection I’ve learned that my archetype is connected to the ancestral lineage that I represent and also a past lifetime that I had here on earth.
According to Jung, archetypes are patterns of behavior or symbolic imagery present in the minds of all individuals.
Archetypes are universal, inborn models of people, behaviors, or personalities that play a role in influencing human behavior. They were introduced by the Swiss psychiatrist Carl Jung, who suggested that these archetypes were archaic forms of innate human knowledge passed down from our ancestors.
Jungian archetypes derive from the collective unconscious. They seek actualization within the context of an individual's environment and determine the degree of individuation. From my experience archetypes are also related to astrology and our natal chart, the ruling planets and characteristics of our sign etc.
The term “archetype” means original pattern in ancient Greek.
Jung used the concept of archetype in his theory of the human psyche.
He identified 12 universal, mythic characters, archetypes that reside within our collective unconscious.
Jung defined twelve primary types that represent the range of basic human motivations. Each of us tends to have one dominant archetype that dominates our personality.
Just like our astrology sign.
Jung sees in such mythological archetypes symbolic elements of many aspects of the workings of human life and in particular the human mind which, when explored and studied, can be of great therapeutic benefit to the individual.
He most certainly did not invent the term of the concept of the archetype.
But he did develop a theory based around archetypes, which was innovative and elaborate, giving it a very distinctive meaning which when applied in psychoanalysis has been revolutionary in the therapeutic treatment of countless individuals.
The function and characteristic between left and right cerebral hemispheres may enable us to locate the archetypes in the right cerebral hemisphere.
He cites research indicating that left hemispherical functioning is primarily verbal and associational, and that of the right primarily visuospatial and apperceptive.
Thus the left hemisphere is equipped as a critical, analytical, information processor while the right hemisphere operates in a 'gestalt' mode. This means that the right hemisphere is better at getting a picture of a whole from a fragment, is better at working with confused material, is more irrational than the left, and is more closely connected to bodily processes.Once words, concepts and language of the ego's left hemispheric realm are expressed they become only representations that 'take their colour' from the individual consciousness. Inner figures such as shadow, anima and animus would be archetypal processes having source in the right hemisphere.
Jung claimed to identify a large number of archetypes but paid special attention to four. Jung labeled these archetypes the Self, the Persona, the Shadow and the Anima/Animus. The persona (or mask) is the outward face we present to the world.
The 12 Jungian Archetypes
The 4 cardinal orientations that the archetypes are seeking to realize are:
-Ego – Leave a Mark on the World
-Order – Provide Structure to the World
-Social – Connect to others
-Freedom – Yearn for Paradise
12 Archetypes in Greek Mythology
The most established archetypes from Greek culture are:
Greek god of the sky, lightning and thunder, ruler of all the gods on Mount Olympus and supreme deity of the Greek Pantheon. The Zeus archetype is a judge-like character answerable only to himself, responsible for the maintenance of order, the authority that inspires others to follow where he leads and sometimes a tyrannical nature, willing to indulge his own vices.
Greek god of the sea, storms, earthquakes and horses. Widely considered the most bad-tempered and greedy of the Greek gods, the archetypal Poseidon thus possesses a depth of feeling which makes him unable to express normal emotion, instead lashing out in a destructive manner and taking pleasure in the anguish of others.
Greek goddess of the harvest, earth’s fertility, sacred law and the lifecycle. The Demeter archetype is often described as having innocent and childlike qualities, with a sweet and unassuming nature and desire not to disappoint. Demeter’s heart is ruled by innocent rather than sexual love. As an embodiment of Mother Nature, Demeter is a relationship-oriented, warm and nurturing source of life.
Greek goddess of women, marriage, family and childbirth. The resulting Hera archetype is a caregiver, representing the capacity to be loyal, caring and committed even through life’s most difficult challenges. Hera will not tolerate anything which distracts her from her main motivation in life, which is to act with devotion and care towards her husband and family, even sometimes to her own cost.
Greek goddess of love, passion, pleasure, female beauty and procreation. Whilst most well known in the form of femme fatale or seductress, the Aphrodite archetype can actually embody all forms of love, be it sexual, maternal, companionship or spiritual. She embodies the side of each person that is passionate and emotional, capable of forging lasting partnerships based on mutual love.
Through my soulmate connection and life, as I've mentioned in my story here,
I’ve learned that this is my archetype and Ares is the archetype of my soulmate.What we’ve both learned through this relationship and what we are healing from this past lifetime\timeline is as follows. Finding out about our archetype is to identify what repeated patterns we are experiencing when it comes to love, family and relationships in general and to decode and heal each program that is distorted. Seeing all the things that Aphrodite and Ares did (the bad and the good) is what we are currently healing in the archetypes that we represent. Not just as fractals of the original archetype but also individually in relation to our natal chart.
Earth is like a school of emotional rehab and we are in this together, to grow heal and learn. Ares, the protector of Greek culture for example, shares much in common with the Egyptian Sun God Ra and the Norse God Thor. When we find out about our archetype, we can identify our unique traits from all eras of time or cultures and find out what we are healing personally and collectively.
Here’s another thing that we’ve learned. Aphrodite and Ares had a son called Eros aka
H-eros. Since Aphrodite and Ares are healing at the moment, what they’ve created through their love story, is this child, that came from the feminine and masculine as a balance or to bring balance. He is the real protector, the warrior of love that heals both Ares, Aphrodite and the world through his magick. And this reflects to the physical journey as a personality trait too. The warrior mentality, the overcomer, the strength, the resiliency, the pure love, the focus, the creativity, the divine bond etc. I am also a gemini and he is a Leo, so when it comes to the ruling planets of our sign there’s more information there in relation to our elements and what we are physically healing as explained in greek medicine and medical astrology.
You can find more information here.
The sign of gemini has not just two twins but actually four (like the 4 elements), and these are as follows:
-The masculine builder
-The masculine destroyer
-The feminine seductress
-The feminine nurturer
So in a way, Aphrodite has traits of other archetypes too.
These aspects can be seen in the stream of the individual consciousness of what aspects we’ve chosen to heal in this lifetime and transcend them to oneness.
If we see it as a sign, Gemini has aspects of other signs in the zodiac too and depending on the astrological events she is more prone to the influences that they bring to the mental and emotional as the week is spinning and overtime there is many things that come up to be transmuted both personally and also collectively.
Greek god of war, often representing the physical and violent aspects of conflict and being seen as the personification of war’s brutal nature. The resulting Area archetype is one of a warrior who lives for combat and takes what he wants by force, the stereotypical man who acts first and thinks later unless it relates to combat strategy.
God of fire, volcanoes, blacksmiths and other artisans, and of sculpture. Hephaestus was thrown out of Olympus by his fellow Gods including his own father Zeus, and so his archetype has come to be known as the orphan, one rejected and undervalued by others in society unable to see their true worth.
Hermes was conductor of the soul into the afterlife, herald of the gods, protector of human heralds, travelers, merchants, and orators. Despite these serious functions he was known for being the most mischievous of the Olympian gods and very clever, hence he also became the herald of thieves. This association has led to him becoming the archetypal fool or jester, mischievous in nature, willing to cross boundaries and good at communicating.
Greek god of wine, vegetation, festivity, pleasure, ritual madness and religious ecstasy who was depicted both as an older God with a beard or as an effeminate, long-haired young man. As a of result of his association with transformation, for example of grape juice into wine, his archetype has in turn become associated with the transformational powers of magic and the manipulative power of the mind and body which magicians can hold.
The conscious and unconscious minds don't speak to one another; they don't even speak the same language. So, we tend to reenact experiences our families have not integrated. Integration proceeds by perceiving and acknowledging our ancestors with our conscious minds, including our intergenerational wounds and trauma and the weight of the transgenerational history. It is a processing leading toward wholeness. Some conscious contents can vanish into the unconscious, other contents can also arise from intuitive or ancestral wisdom. Jung thought it sufficient that the dead produce effects like symptomatic repetition and unconscious alienation. He thought the repressed, unlived life of the parents exerted some the strongest effect visited upon children. By this he means the potentials of the parents that have remained unrealized and the personal qualities that have been repressed, never been developed or expressed, or authenticity repressed.
Jung felt that the “unlived lives” of the parents deeply impacted the lives of the children, as if “branding” the children with a particular destiny. The unlived lives of the parents is an ancestral inheritance which has great weight and gravitas, in that it literally shapes the lives of the children. Jung elaborates: “that part of their lives which might have been lived had not certain somewhat threadbare excuses prevented the parents from doing so. To put it bluntly, it is that part of life which they have always shirked, probably by means of a pious lie. That sows the most virulent germs.”
"Psychologically, the central point of a human personality
is the place where the ancestors are reincarnated.”
If you are interested to know more about ancestral information check my previous article where I explain about human immortality here
The tree of life is the central symbol of mankind and the symbol of genealogy
As a fractal, is it made of smaller parts. The tree of life is a part of a bigger part called the flower of life, that is a part of a bigger fractal. This universe is a complete unique entity just like all universes. Each has it’s own purpose.
The archetype is an “eternal” presence, and it is only a question of whether it is perceived by the conscious mind or not. ~Carl Jung
You can find more information about genealogy here
“The alchemist saw the union of opposites under the symbol of the tree, and it is therefore not surprising that the unconscious of present-day man, who no longer feels at home in his world and can base his existence neither on the past that is no more nor on the future that is yet to be, should hark back to the symbol of the cosmic tree rooted in this world and growing up to heaven - the tree that is also man. In the history of symbols this tree is described as the way of life itself, a growing into that which eternally is and does not change; which springs from the union of opposites and, by its eternal presence, also makes that union possible. It seems as if it were only through an experience of symbolic reality that man, vainly seeking his own “existence” and making a philosophy out of it, can find his way back to a world in which he is no longer a stranger.”~C.G. Jung
In this video I share more information about embodiment:
" ...the psychological feeling requires courage. There is a civil courage, moral courage, physical and intellectual, and therefore also a courage of the soul to meet herself ." ~James Hillman
...the real task of religion would be to cure psychic suffering. ~C.G. Jung
With no other psychobiological explanation for sensed presence in his day, Jung took experiences of the Self, or archetypes, 'spirits,' or other positive and negative visitations and impressions phenomenologically. As epistemological metaphors, "how we know what we know", they cannot be ontological realities. Research shows "the person feels that the 'presence' is a being they know, like a deity they pray to, the spirit of a person they have known who has died, or a spiritual teacher." It is an excitation of the amygdala. ~Murphy
There is a contrast between conscious and unconscious processes that are refreshed in a conscious/unconscious cycle.
Thus, complex ideas can enter consciousness automatically. Unintentional, high-level symbol manipulation is generated involuntarily. Consciousness is an interpreter in the passive frame theory -- more of a conduit for information in the brain and nervous system rather than an active creator of information.Morsella's “Passive Frame Theory,” claims: nearly all of your brain’s work is conducted in different lobes and regions at the unconscious level, completely without your knowledge. “The information we perceive in our consciousness is not created by conscious thought,”
Morsella claims. “Nor is it reacted to by conscious processes. Consciousness is the middle-man and it doesn’t do as much work as you think.”
Such epiphanies, and pleasant or unpleasant perceptions include gut feelings, visions, tastes, smells, vibrations, buzzing, tingles, sensations of falling or rising, etc. The emotional component comes from the right temporal region, while the explanatory narrative arises in the left hemisphere.
The left brain 'knows' that it can't have two selves, it experiences the intruder as an external 'presence'. ~Persinger, Murphy
This neurological frame illuminates Jung's commentary as well as other deeply engrained spiritual and religious belief systems [interpretations] surrounding such phenomena:
Holiness is also revelatory: it is the illuminative power emanating from an archetypal figure. ~Carl Jung
The numinosum is either a quality belonging to a visible object or the influence of an invisible presence that causes a peculiar alteration of consciousness.~Carl Jung
In this video one of my dearest friend and soul family is sharing through his personal experience what he was taught by his higher aspects about his stream of consciousness that can help you see things in more clarity when it comes to your own stream.
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