Archetypes – The young boy

THE YOUNG BOY

IDENTITY:
I bring on, I am a messenger, I get to hear it, I am smart, I can learn everything, I understand everybody, I am quick, I could turn this into a project, I can make a layout / map of anything.


ROLES:
Agents, consultants, mediators, interpreters,                                             authors, teachers, intellectuals, researchers,                                             analysts, psychologists, journalist, commercial                                          traveller, businessmen, computer nerds/experts,                                    accountant, magician, clown, entertainer.

RELATION:
Superficial, intellectual, quick, unconnected,                                             immature, unexperienced.

APPEARANCE, PHYSIOGNOMY, BODY BUILD:
Thin, lean, short, curly hear, triangular face,                                             expressive, young looking, boyish.

ANATOMY: 
Organ:                        Thyroid, Lungs
Tissue:                        Nerve tissue                          
Body part:      Hand, little finger, arms

PHYSIOLOGY:
Impulses, Sodium-Potasium pump, rhythm, breathing.

PATHOLOGY: 
Trembling, twitching, convulsions, restlessness
Lack of impulses, paralysis.

TCM:
Wei qi, lung deficiency, external wind, wind bi,                                        external dryness, Bladder, Small intestine meridians.

ZOOLOGY:
Hyenas, dogs, jackal

BOTANY:
Monocots, poales
Dry plants, branchy trees, grass, reeds.

CHEMISTRY:
Metal: Quicksilver, Hg

ALCHEMY:
The art itself, wind, dryness, air, evaporation, alchemical mercury.

POLITICS:
Liberalisms

ARCHETYPES / MYTHOLOGY:
The Young Boy
Kabbalah                   Hod
Enneagram                The Achiever, Type 3
Astrology                    Mercury                    
Trigram                                  Sun
Wind: gentle, penetrating
Roman myth              Mercurius
Greek myth                Hermes
Egyptian myth.          Anubis, Thoth, Set, Imhotep                                     Babylonian myth       Nabu
Hindu myth.               Hanuman
Nordic myth.              Loke

Gods of communication, Gods who travel to the underworld or the home of the Gods, Gods of travelling and the art of speech, writing and medicine.

Holon, unity and wholeness, holonistic knowledge, self-development, spirituality, nature and mysticism as the search for truth

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