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01.03.2018

Part 1: Oneness as the Archetype (of man and woman)

A Cherokee proverb contains one of the most beautiful descriptions of the Archetype (of man and woman) I have ever read: »A woman’s highest calling is to lead a man to his soul so as to unite him with the Origin. A man’s highest calling is to protect woman so she is free to walk the Earth unharmed.«

 

A deepened analysis of the proverb’s message delivers us to a state of ignorance, which is the inability to append any kind of individualized role, action, quality or body to the Archetype (of man and woman)

The Cherokee proverb is an attempt to articulate Oneness. Oneness or the Archetype (or the Grandorigin or the Grandform or the Grandconcept) does not include any type of instructions on how to articulate it: as an elementary form it reminds (man and woman) of the potential to be.

One can live the realization or the veil of realization of the Archetype alone, monogamously, poligamously etc., regardless of one’s sexual orientation, what is essential is one’s point of focus.