Inspire - Purpose Archetypes
The Stress Mastery Inspire Purpose
AIM: To Expand Vision
Pendulum Swing 50-Apathy Energy this is a low swing that can create depression falling into 30-Guilt or lower- Shame
Inspire Purpose Characteristics
The Inspire Purpose archetype has the urge or ability to do or feel something, especially to do something creative. There are times you may be stuck in some life situation when suddenly, an individual will come along with a creative solution to the issue, this is the Inspire Purpose. The Inspire Purpose is creative in the way they think and perceive things. They are brilliant in the arts, and they can inspire us to wake up and find the Heart connection by expanding our vision in how we view the world. The Inspire Purpose can deliver their message thru art, music, written word, even acting on the movie screen. Throughout history the Inspire Purpose has motivated the tribe to rise up with creative solutions to all types of situations.
When connected to Heart- Motivated behavior: To Evoke Recognition
When connected to Heart the Inspire Purpose archetype is creative often times to a genius level. The Inspire Purpose archetype is an artist but not always what we would consider a traditional artist, although many times they are. No, they create solutions and identify things on a different level that it makes their work look like its art. The Inspire Purpose lives from their gut thus need connection of the three brains, Head-Heart-Hand, so they have the ability express their unique messages from that centered space, even when the message may be controversial.
When disconnected from Heart- Tendency to Become Overwhelmed
Because the Inspire Purpose operates from a gut level, when they become disconnected from the Heart, they have a very low swing into the Red Zone. When the Inspire Purpose becomes overwhelmed, they enter in 50-Apathy Energy where they feel stuck and unfocused. Due to such a low swinging pendulum they often times will drop down to the Shame Energy where they feel empty and there is no way out. In this space the Inspire Purpose may resort to drugs, alcohol, self-medicating their need to find and or feel inspiration. The Inspire Purpose many times becomes passive-aggressive when in the Red Zone and can easily go into a depressive state.
The Inspire Purpose has a profound desire for freedom because they love innovation. They love to transform things in order to create something completely new. The Inspire Purpose archetype is valuable in today’s much more complicated workplace as creative solutions to old problems are key for a company’s survival. They are clever, non-conformist, and self-sufficient. They’re imaginative and good-humored. Their pendulum swing is into a very low apathy energy where they can become inconsistent and spend more time thinking than actually doing. They are brilliant at showing the world one face while wearing another behind closed doors. Robin William was an Inspire Purpose. The obvious Inspire Purpose archetypes are in the arts including musicians, artists, computer developers, writers, entertainers, entrepreneurs.
Understanding your purpose helps you understand why you behave, react, and feel the way you do.
Understanding another’s purpose will help us understand how to communicate and interact with other people in our lives with compassion and empathy.