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Faex
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  • Type: NeFi
  • Development: ll--
  • Attitude: Seelie

Here’s the problem I see:

If we say Fe is a hero but not the hero’s journey, there’s no problem. Then Fe is like the myths of the other characters: archetypal roles like King, Prince, Trickster, Puer, Senex, etc.

But if we then claim that Fe is the hero’s journey, we’re making Fe the story as opposed to a character. The story is the story of the human subject. The ego. The human “I”. All egos feel the call of individuation because they are fundamentally incomplete. That’s where the “journey” comes from. It’s the ego turning into the “Self”, or realizing the “rest” of the psyche. So there is transformation that is just basically human; it’s the story of the human soul.

It can’t be assigned to any function.

 

  • This reply was modified 1 year, 7 months ago by Faex.
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