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Developing Character Identity: Associating With Archetypes. Patrick Morrisroe Seth Coast Dave Ware. Archetypes: What are they?. A collectively inherited unconscious idea, pattern of thought, image, etc., universally present in individual psyches. Found in theories of Jungian Psychology

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Developing character identity associating with archetypes

Developing Character Identity:Associating With Archetypes

Patrick Morrisroe

Seth Coast

Dave Ware


Archetypes what are they

Archetypes:What are they?

  • A collectively inherited unconscious idea, pattern of thought, image, etc., universally present in individual psyches.

  • Found in theories of Jungian Psychology

  • Unconscious psyche, Available at anytime to use and connect with


Archetypes

Archetypes

  • Archetypes are able to overlap each other.

  • Nearly impossible to use only one at a time.

  • Archetypes= People Inside Your Head

  • YOU HAVE A SMALL COMMUNITY IN YOUR BRAIN.

  • (Yes, you can hear voices inside your head)


Generic archetypes

Generic Archetypes

  • Power Selves

    • Protector, Warrior, Aristocrat, Boss, Judge, Liar, Partier, Victim, Leader, Controller

    • Assumed Identities that we use in certain situations.

    • Think back to when you needed to be powerful, this was a main archetype used.


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Generic Archetypes

  • Vulnerable and Child Selves

    • Vulnerable, magical, silly/playful, lonely, insecure, lover, abandoned, hopeless, sad, victim, shy, rebellious, spontaneous

    • Many identities that children take on unknowingly.


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Generic Archetypes

  • Parent Selves

    • Good, negative, critical, controlling, withdrawn, responsible.

    • Many identities that parents take on with their children.

    • These identities effect the lives of their children, depending on which role the parent takes on will determine the outcome of the child.


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Generic Archetypes

  • Personal Selves

    • Pleaser, lover, empathetic, submitter, joker.

    • This defines who you are deep down


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Generic Archetypes

  • The Pusher Selves

    • Mega-doing self

    • Lets go do this, that, do more, do more

    • Very popular in the United States


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Generic Archetypes

  • The Perfectionist Selves

    • A very powerful self in all of us

    • Most popular in the United States

    • Also ties in with the Pusher self


The killer representing power self

The Killer- representing power self


The messianic doctor an archetype of the impersonal self

The messianic doctor- an archetype of the impersonal self


This shows a part of the vulnerable child self

This shows a part of the vulnerable child self


Developing character identity associating with archetypes

Bib

  • http://www.jbactors.com/actingreading/archetypesacting.html


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