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Archetypes and Symbols

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Hollace Brayer

on 25 August 2016

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Archetypes and Symbols
An archetype is, "a universal and recurring image, pattern, or motif representing a typical human experience" (Carl Jung).
Archetypes
appear simple, but are extremely complex.
reveal themselves through symbols, motifs, and characters.
are commonly understood within a social group.
Symbol:
something that represents an idea or a character
Archetype:
A universally understood symbol, term, or pattern of behavior
Foundation upon which others are built or emulated
Archetypes
Situations
Symbols
Colors
Nature
Characters
Objects
the quest
the fall
battle between good and evil
parent-child conflict
the hero
the trickster
the mentor
the sidekick
black
red
green
blue
air
sun
mountain
tree
moon
feathers
bridge
shadow
heart
light v. dark
water v. desert
haven v. wilderness
fire v. ice
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