The Magician Archetype, My Favorite Archetype By Far

The Magician archetype is one that is my favorite archetype by far, and to quite a fault. I have gone extreme lengths in the pursuit of learning something, or in an obsession over something, to the point that it has actually hindered my success, although it has also helped me to get a long way in certain other areas of my life, such as in skills acquisition, in acquiring licenses and beefing up my resume, and in certain parts of my investment banking job. It has however, sometimes interfered with others aspects of my King, such as my Lover or King archetypes, but this is something that I am working on. I am mainly so fascinated with the magician archetype in that I feel it is the archetype that builds momentum, and that can really allow you to make a ton of money. What is your favorite Archetype out of the King, Warrior, Magician and lover, leave a comment down below and let us know.

Some skills that my Magician Archetype has fallen in love with over the past several years include the following:

The Magician ArchetypeWriting






Computer Programming


Being a Notary Public

Wealth Management and Banking

Internet Marketing

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Paid Advertising

Portfolio Management

And a host of other similar and related skills, more on what the Magician Archetype represents below.

The Magician Archetype, How to Harness This Archetype to Its Fullest Extent in Your Day to Day Life

The Magician Archetype, in its most positive element, is one in which the love of learning, and the mastery of his given subject or craft. I also typically like to associate the Magician Archetype with skill acquisition, with rationality, with the abstract, and with being able to generat

The Magician Archetype

e money. In my personal opinion, here are the study fields of the magician that I personally respect the most, in no particular order:

  1. Finance
  2. Programming
  3. All Things Tech
  4. Internet Marketing
  5. Sales
  6. Public Speaking
  7. Writing
  8. Accounting
  9. Taxation
  10. Banking
  11. Persuasion
  12. Making Music
  13. Psychology
  14. Engineering of All Types
  15. The Practice and Study of Law
  16. Scientific Research of All Kinds
  17. Doctors/Nurses
  18. Entrepreneurs
  19. Politicians
  20. Military
  21. Police and Fire
  22. Teachers
  23. Real Estate

That’s the gist of it, I should add to this list anything that you can make money at! If you’re an artist and you manage to make a career at this, then I definitely have the utmost respect for you, though I tend to think of magicians more as those in an actual career path.

The Shadow Magician Archetype, Also Known As The Immature Trickster, And Why You Should Avoid This Trap Like The Plague

While the positive magician is associated with skill acquisition, and with moving up the dominance hierarchy in the fastest and best way possible, the trickster, the immature, shadow representation of the magician archetype, is not a great archetype to be possessed by. This shadow magician is how you end up scheming up illicit plots, and how you end up lying to people in order to make your ends meet. The trickster and shadow magician archetype is a borderline sociopath, and is not something I would aspire to be like.

Final Thoughts on The Magician Archetype, And Why You Should Strive to Be a Positive Magician in Your Day to Day Life

So, to keep this short and sweet, I personally feel that you should always aspire to maintain the positive magician element in your own life, and that you should NEVER, and I repeat NEVER, get possessed by solely this archetype, or worse yet, the trickster archetype. Those who are possessed by this archetype are like those who get overly obsessed with their careers, or those who have 6 PHDs and 0 social skills, which if you can make money at might be worth it, but only if you can recover and eventually branch out into a balanced king from doing so. Enough with the abstract, like and subscribe for more blog posts!







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