What’s Your Manifesting Archetype?
As with traditional archetypes, we likely exhibit a combo, and notice that it changes throughout life.
But one or two archetypes may dominate our personality and behavior when it comes to our conscious creation habits.
Keeping in mind this is just for fun (we’re not hung up on labels), see if you recognize yourself in any of the following:
Doesn’t know the term deliberate creation and isn’t familiar with law of attraction, yet this person practices it day in and day out. (Often to the chagrin of their LOA savvy partners.) They’re gifted at easing into vibrational alignment and natural allowers. For them, living in alignment to what they want is simply a way of life.
Likes to work hard at achieving their manifesting goals. Follows a strict routine to the letter. The more complex and involved their manifesting ritual is, the better. Satisfaction isn’t had until they’ve checked off a long list of LOA practices and techniques each day.
Knows about law of attraction and the magic of manifesting and will get around to doing it … one of these days.
The False Starter
Gets excited by someone or something (The Secret is a common catalyst to this archetype) about playing with law of attraction, but after a couple days of no results they retreat into old habits. Until the next time they get revved up … and so the cycle continues.
The Story Teller
Limits their manifesting success by telling a story about what they’re good at and what they have trouble with. (“Why am I so good at rock star parking, but can’t get a second date to save my life?!”)
Accuses known law of attraction fans of selling snake oil. Doesn’t believe deliberate creation works and makes fun of those who do.
Has read every book and watched every video about deliberate creation, freely and supportively shares that knowledge with others, and doesn’t apply it themselves. (The negative side of this archetype shows up as the Authority who is quick to point out, as a self-appointed expert on all things LOA, what we should all do different.)
Spreads good vibes by walking the LOA talk of consistently finding something to appreciate in life, and by example inspires others to the same. Everyone naturally feels better in the presence of an Uplifter, who will generously share the ins and outs of deliberate creation when asked. Their positive outlook is contagious and you are most likely to find them in the vortex.
Did I miss any? Please share!
The value of identifying our archetype(s) is that it increases our awareness and may stimulate us to a new way of embracing the art of deliberate creation.
At least, it did for me. I don’t believe I’m a slave to my archetype. Rather, that I can choose how I want to go through life with manifesting skills at my side.
I invite you to do the same!