The Sovereign Spiritual Archetype

From Cornelius Vanderbilt, Henry Ford, and Andrew Carnegie, to John Rockefeller, some of the greatest influencers in the world and throughout modern history were people who started with nothing and utilized the power of their vision to make a profound impact. While some Sovereigns may come from a family of other Sovereigns, their goal is always to outperform, outdo, and make a name for themselves in the world. The Sovereign Spiritual Archetype is about influencing the direction of the future. They see personal needs, the world’s, or the environment’s needs and aim to fill the holes. Whether it’s a way to shop that provides ease or accessibility, a fresh spin on a creative project, or a new way to provide electricity, the Sovereign sees possibilities, opportunities, and advancement in ways that most people do not. They are often at the forefront of thought and can see what others cannot, which may make them question the Sovereign to begin with but they are always in awe of them after the fact.

When Balanced, You May Feel or Experience: powerful, authoritative, revered, listened to, prominent, significant, substantial, confidant, needed

When Unbalanced, You May Feel or Experience: inferior, weak, overthrown, subordinate, unimportant, conquered, underappreciated, undervalued

Governs: respiratory system, breast, heart, blood, lungs, colon, and kidneys

Common Physical Ailments: stress-related issues, such as high cortisol, alopecia, heart disease or pulmonary hypertension; nasal and sinus issues; respiratory issues, such as pneumonia; skin rashes, such as eczema or rosacea; weak knees; blood-related health issues, such as diabetes

Correlating Animal: THE EAGLE

The eagle represents the Great Spirit and our connection to God. The eagle flies higher than any other bird, allowing it to see farther. Being a Sovereign means having to soar higher to bring the impossible into manifestation by seeing farther than others. Eagle medicine is about power, strength, and endurance. It is here to support you when you have trouble executing an idea or are unsure how to make something happen. It is also a reminder to let God in on the co-creation process. The eagle flies closer to the heavens than any other bird. It is in between the physical world and the spiritual world. This is the balance the Sovereign must attain to serve for the highest and best good of the world and themselves. 

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