Peace - Purpose Archetypes
The Stress Mastery Peace Purpose
AIM: To Expand Truth
Pendulum Swing can swing high to 150-Anger or low 75-Grief and will end in 30-Guilt
Peace Purpose Characteristics:
The Peace Purpose archetype is important to the tribe as they usually held positions of authorities. The Peace Purpose is another high energy purpose in fact it is the highest with 600-Peace, thus it is the perfect energy to lead and rule over the tribe. The Peace Purpose is naturally seeking to create a peaceful environment. They are masters at overcoming conflict without having someone lose. The ultimate win-win purpose.
When connected to Heart- Motivated Behavior: To Create Harmony
When the Peace Purpose archetype is connected to the Green Zone and Heart, they will attempt to create a culture of peace. Many Peace Purpose archetypes are led into the world of politics as they are born to bring in the higher 600-Peace Energy and are seeking to change any disruptive landscape. When connected they are calm, aware, and have a knowingness of what must happen to create peace within the environment. In the tribe they held positions of power whether it be among the elders or the wise sage that could discern all. The Peace Purpose is not limited to the outside world of the tribe but also to the inner world of the spirit.
When disconnected from Heart- Disruption
What throws the Peace Purpose archetype into the Red Zone is any type of disruption. Again, this can happen through disruption of the outer environment or disruption of their inner environment which stems from the mind. The Peace Purpose pendulum swing into the Red Zone is 150-Anger where they become outraged at the injustice. If they remain in the Red Zone, they will become hostile, resentful, and aggressive. They will get locked into 175-Pride Energy and their anger will rule the day. The Peace Purpose can fall into politics and as Gandhi did change the world. Or the Peace Purpose can live in the Pride of the Red Zone and instead of focusing on peace will focus on power and destruction like Adolf Hitler.
The Peace Purpose archetype has a profound desire for freedom because they love connection to higher order. The Peace Purpose archetype has a thirst for higher teachings and knowledge. This can start with personal development and will transition into spiritual expansion. The Peace Purpose produces excellent leaders of groups, organizations, and even countries. They are optimistic and always searching for happiness not just for themselves but for everyone in their world and beyond it. The Peace Purpose will find the good in everything. They want to please others and feel like they belong. In the negative the Peace Purpose can be snarky, needy and distant. When in the positive they love to transform lives and the environment they live, to create reconciliation and union. Peace Purpose archetypes are imaginative and good-humored and gravitate to roles that can change the atmosphere of the tribe. They can be help people to find more peace or operating a company whose, function is to shift the environment, or they could be a coach or teacher.
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.