Kristina DryžaSpeaker, Author and Archetypal Consultant
Kristina, can you tell me more about what is Archetypal Consultant, what does it do, and what is the foundation theory they work with, and how that can be useful to other people?
Asked by Justas Janauskas
Hi Justas, Thank you for the question. We gain greater wisdom, clarity, power and esteem when we look at what’s running underneath the hood of our psyche. This way we can truthfully ask ourselves if we have access to the archetypes that we need to materialise an inspiration that’s paid us a visit. Can we make the necessary sacrifices to bring this inspiration into form? Or is this just more fantasy thinking? [Just to clarify, archetypes are universal patterns of power in the human psyche/experience. They don’t just structure behaviour, but they also influence our imagination, perception, ideas and choices. Now it’s not to say that these universal patterns define us, but rather, they reveal us. Some examples are the Entrepreneur, Orphan Child, Damsel in Distress, Avenger, Dilettante, Beggar, Destroyer, Healer and Mentor.]  The benefit of an archetypal consultation is the opportunity to meet your challenges with a new team of archetypes (a crew of new power patterns) and the courage to not default to your old patterns of survival and adaptation. You’re empowered with awareness to make different choices and there’s greater flow in the movements of power through your psyche. Knowing your patterns - why you do what you do - and having the ability to consciously make new choices moves you into greater alignment with other universal patterns (in the natural world, the wider cosmos etc.) so that you can live more authentically and be of greater service to the world. You move out of fate and can explore your destiny. Please see my website for further information: http://www.kristinadryza.com/ or watch my TEDx talk on the topic: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2o4PYNroZBY&t=1s

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Povilas GodliauskasFounder & Coach @ coach.lt
Kristina, how is your work different from what analytic Jungian therapists do with their patients during therapy sessions? If I decided to consult someone on archetypes, I would love them to have the necessary foundation and background. Would be interested to know about your case.
10 days ago
Kristina DryžaSpeaker, Author and Archetypal Consultant
Hi Povilas, I give lectures at the Jung Society in Australia and am a certified archetypal consultant with Caroline Myss.
10 days ago
Povilas GodliauskasFounder & Coach @ coach.lt
Would you consider what you do therapy or therapeutic?
10 days ago
Kristina DryžaSpeaker, Author and Archetypal Consultant
Hi Povilas, if you’d like more details on my work, please feel free to send me an email.
9 days ago

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