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Explore fields of soft minty sugar grass in the Chocolate Room Sail along the Chocolate River in a pink sugar boat Experiment with Everlasting Gobstoppers in the Inventing Room Observe talented squirrels in the Nut Room and travel to the Television Room by a glass elevator. You'll find a lot that's funny, a little that's mysterious Oompa-Loompa Dance. Theatrical Trailer. Rated PG. Widescreen Version. Johnny Depp. Films: Drew Barrymore in E. This archetype inspires deep, intimate bonding with natural forces, and has a particular affinity for friendships with animals.
Although the Nature Child has tender, emotional qualities, it can also have an inner toughness and ability to survive—the resilience of Nature herself. Nature Children can develop advanced skills of communicating with animals, and in stories reflecting this archetype an animal often comes to the rescue of its child companion. Many veterinarians and animal right activists resonate with this archetype because they have felt a conscious rapport with animals since childhood. Other adults describe being in communication with nature spirits and learning to work in harmony with them in maintaining the order of nature.
The shadow aspect of the Nature Child manifests in a tendency to abuse animals and people and the environment.
So many fairy tales portray the animal as guide, often appearing just when the hero or heroine has given up, not knowing what to do. If these traumas remain unacknowledged and untended, the victim or victims may become the predator who unconsciously revenges himself on others for the injury he has sustained, however distant that injury may be in the past. Derivatives include decent , paradox , and disdain. Your email address will never be sold or distributed to a third party for any reason. It can suffocate, poison and devour yet it is also an age-old symbol of healing.
A love of animals is not sufficient to qualify for this archetype, however. A life pattern of relating to animals in an intimate and caring way, to the extent that your psyche and spirit need these bonds as a crucial part of your own well-being, is your best clue in this direction. Francis of Assisi Catholic friar said to have communicated with animals. Positive aspects of the archetype manifest as a determination to remain eternally young in body, mind, and spirit. People who maintain that age will never stop them from enjoying life are relying on the positive energy of this archetype to supply that healthy attitude.
The shadow Eternal Child often manifests as an inability to grow up and embrace the responsible life of an adult.
Like Peter Pan, he resists ending a cycle of life in which he is free to live outside the boundaries of conventional adulthood. The shadow Puella Eternis can manifest in women as extreme dependency on those who take charge of their physical security. A consistent inability to be relied on and the inability to accept the aging process are also markers of this archetype. Although few people delight in the ending of their youth, the Eternal Child is sometimes left floundering and ungrounded between the stages of life, because he has not laid a foundation for a functioning adulthood.
The Divine Child is closely related to both the Innocent and Magical Child, but is distinguished from them both by its redemptive mission. The Divine Child also has a historical resonance all its own. At the beginning of the Piscean Age 2, years ago, the archetype of the Divine Family was introduced. That structure of the Father, Mother, and Divine Child God the Father, Mary, and Jesus was somewhat prefigured in ancient Egyptian mythology by Osiris, Isis, and their son Horus, but they do not share the warm-hearted union of love and divinity that the Christian motif developed.
The Divine Child is associated with innocence, purity, and redemption, god-like qualities that suggest that the Child enjoys a special union with the Divine itself. Few people are inclined to choose the Divine Child as their dominant Child archetype, however, because they have difficulty acknowledging that they could live continually in divine innocence.
And yet, divinity is also a reference point of your inner spirit that you can turn to when you are in a conscious process of choice. The shadow of this archetype manifests as an inability to defend itself against negative forces. Balakrisna the child form of Krishna in Hindu myth ; Suitengu Japanese child god of the sea. The Clown is generally male, with few women playing the role either in literature or the theater. This may well be explained by the social attitude that associates weakness and loss of control with a man who expresses emotions.
Therefore, the man has to wear a mask, which often portrays a crying face. The Clown reflects the emotions of the crowd, making an audience laugh by satirizing something they can relate to collectively or by acting out social absurdities. Because of the mask he wears, the Clown is allowed—indeed, expected—to cross the boundaries of social acceptance, representing what people would like to do or say themselves. The Court Jester or Fool is the manifestation of the Clown in a royal setting.
Since no one can possibly take a fool seriously at the physical level, he is allowed entry into the most powerful of circles. While entertaining the king with outrageous behavior, the Fool is actually communicating messages that the king trusts.
Political satirists often have dominant Court Jester archetypes, revealing the motivations of the highest officials in the nation in a manner that is generally granted freedom from the legal retribution that might be leveled against an ordinary citizen making the same comments. Related to the Fool is the Dummling, the fairy tale character who, although often simple-minded, acts with a good heart and is usually rewarded for it.
Modern film characters such as Forrest Gump and Nurse Betty embody this aspect of the archetype, which does not so much impart wisdom as foster living with kindness and simplicity. The shadow aspect of the Clown or Fool manifests as cruel personal mockery or betrayal, specifically the breaking of confidences gained through knowledge from the inner circle. In reviewing your relationship to this archetype, consider your use of humor in association with power. Since everyone is prone to jesting, you are looking for a connection to a pattern of behavior that is fundamental to your personal protection and survival.
Ask yourself if, like the Fool, you carry truth into closed circles or closed minds. Hoja Nasredin Sufi figure in Egypt, Iran, and Turkey, half saint and half fool, who acts like a ninny to teach wisdom ; Sir Dagonet the fool of King Arthur who was knighted as a joke, but who also performed bravely in tournaments ; Heyoka in Lakota Sioux lore, someone who does things backwards to teach people not to take themselves too seriously ; Coyote in Native American lore.
Secretaries and personal assistants are examples of Right Arms, taking care of the day-to-day details of life. You might have an inner Companion that takes care of the details and allows another archetype to focus on work central to your mission.
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Companions are associated with providing emotional rather than sexual support. Platonic or friendship bonds are more in keeping with that particular archetype. The Damsel in Distress may be the oldest female archetype in all of popular literature and the movies.
She is always beautiful, vulnerable, and in need of rescue, specifically by a Knight and, once rescued, she is taken care of in lavish style. When disappointed, a Damsel must go through a process of empowerment and learn to take care of herself in the world. The shadow side of this archetype mistakenly teaches old patricarchal views that women are weak and teaches them to be helpless and in need of protection. It leads a woman to expect to have someone else who will fight her battles for her while she remains devoted and physically attractive and concealed in the castle.
Many women still expect to marry a man who will give them a castle and take of them. And some men are raised to expect to do this see Prince and Knight. It also often shatters the relationship when the Prince or Knight grows older and expects to have a perennially young, attractive Princess at his beck and call.
The Princess inevitably grows older even if she remains helpless. Or she becomes more interetsed in the outside world, develops skills and competiencies and is unable to maintain the same old dynamic of dependency.