Understand the human experience
through the archetypal binary
Working on a clinical case, creative project, or workplace conflict you think could be better informed by the archetypal feminine and masculine?
When feminine and masculine are out of balance, shadow prevails.
This can lead to disruptions in relationships, self-care, creativity, productivity, executive functioning, mood, energy, agency, and focus for the future.
An individual who experiences an excess of feminine and a lack of masculine may be suffering from codependent relational patterns, feelings of resignation and disempowerment, depression, apathy, and self-deprivation.
By putting masculine behaviors into practice, they may find it easier to set boundaries, strengthen confidence, assert their needs, provide for themselves, and build a well of evidence that demonstrates their capability, worth, and ability to affect change in their life.
An individual who experiences an excess of masculine and a lack of feminine may be suffering from jealousy, perfectionism, anger, narcissism, rigidity in behavior and expectation of others, and a lack of deep connection.
By putting feminine behaviors into practice, they may find it easier to trust themselves, nurture self-compassion, cultivate intimacy, be creative, and build a well of evidence that demonstrates their patience, faith, and ability to surrender to that which they have no control.