ARCHETYPES OF VISION
WORKSHOP (in spanish)
20, February 2021
Visualizing the archetypes requires deepening each behavior of consciousness in its multiple geographies. Archetypes are recognized when the being is in coherence and consciousness, and they are fundamental for the completeness of communication. Any act of extroversion, be it artistic, journalistic, pedagogical or merely expressive, when taking into account the archetypal psyche, develops a multidirectional observation and makes the creator can be received in a clearer and more complete way.
This way of visualizing does not get involved in the creative process, it only locates and positions the creator in the collective consciousness, which receives his work.
We invite you to be aware of intuitions, perceptions, sensations, emotions, feelings, thoughts and beliefs for the recognition of awakening in your soul and in the collective spirit.
Aanu originated when Gustavo Villamor, in 2006, had the initiative of coming together with some friends to form a meditation group, which led him to understand that we are collective consciousness and we’re an absolute. We are always many. We are never alone. Aanu’s Mission begins by investigating, producing, and developing content that is created through collective meditations.
ARCHETYPES OF VISION
These workshops are geared towards visualizing archetypes, which requires delving into every behaviour of consciuosness in its multiple geographies. The archetypes are recognized when one is coherent and conscious, and they are fundamental for the completeness of communication, to be understood more clearly and integrally. We invite you to be aware of your intuitions, feelings, thoughts, and beliefs for the recognition of your soul’s awakening, as well as that of the collective spirit.
ARCHETYPES OF THE PERSON
The Person, from our perspective and within the world of the Self, is how we present before society and different external demands, a functional recourse created by the need for adaptation or comfort towards our environment. We run the risk of believing that our identity is the masks that we wear, or of becoming narcissistic out of protecting ourselves and erasing others. The Person extracts our vital energy and separates us from the natural link with the whole.
ARCHETYPE OF THE SHADOW
The workshop of light helps us realize that within each archetype, we see ourselves in only one way. It’s a workshop about observation, about concrete and real vision. This vision will allow the observer to bring light to subdued zones. By spreading light to every one of our aspects, we can also meet others in that light.
ARCHETYPE OF THE SOUL
Working consciously on the archetype of the soul, we come in contact with it, and we find again our vital energy and our escence. Giving new meaning to our soul means being conscious of our feelings and sensations, reconnecting with the emotional and sensory world that isn’t affected by mental meaning. This means creating consciousness inwards.
ARCHETYPE OF THE ANIMUS
The animus is gaining awareness of the universal archetype of the eternal masculine, as vital energy and essence of self. It’s not using identity. It’s sacrificing the judgement of the body. It is linking the instinct with our channels to take a message outside, so it can take a new meaning there.
ARCHETYPE OF THE GREAT MOTHER
The ritual of the uterus allows us to heal connections with the women that came before us, freeing ourselves from the suffering and burdens that were passed on from them and that might be affecting or limiting our lives. The uterus is where we usually store these memories unconsciously, and this workshop enables us to reconnect with our own wisdom, choices, creativity, and self worth.
ARCHETYPE OF THE POWERFUL FATHER
In this workshop we strive for the healing of the paternal, masculine lineage. We are able to return to our ancestors the rage, pain, fear, and resentment that are inherited, that don’t belong to us, and thus alleviate those burdens. This will have a beneficial impact on us and our ascending and descending family, and will bring light to that branch of our genealogy.
ARCHETYPE OF WISDOM
The result of the friendship and talks between the shaman and photographer Jorge Miño explores the relation between history and space through the mazes that are recurrent in his work. The idea is that having a journey that has no finish line will generate appropriation of the place, abstracting it from intellect and pre-established information, leading to an artistic experience linked to the void, truth, and being.
By dismantling walls, Miño invites us to understand.
ARCHETYPE OF THE SELF
At first glance, we can say that the self is the conscious instance of being, which can be called identity. We now understand it as a self-referencing construction we make to adapt and fit in the external world and its demands. It is fed by our parents beliefs, fears, and judgements, as well as by education and culture. That individual consciousness is what separates us from the spiritual, collective and universal, putting us at the center, and at the same time drawing outside compensation for our historical issues.
ARCHETYPE OF THE HERO
Our goal is the archetype of the hero, because a hero recognizes that they were subject to the fearful insecurity of their childhood. A hero recognizes they were the creator of a strategic, competitive, and compensating ego in their adolescence. They recognize they were somnolent fulfilling the duties imposed by society, religion, culture, and class. A hero is also who takes that as a starting point, breaks away from it, who is empathic, who is calm, and who is accepting.