Wednesday Walk ~ Who is Your Archetype?

Happy Wednesday Friends!

On today’s ‘Wednesday Walk’ I share why knowing your own personal archetype is so very valuable. If you don’t know, an archetype is a person, being, energy or symbol that possesses certain traits or qualities that you can bring into your own life. This past weekend I had the great honor of giving the keynote speech for the 1st ever National Kids Yoga Conference and shared about my own personal archetype … Dorothy from The Wizard of Oz!

Check out this week’s ‘Wednesday Walk’ to hear more about why my personal archetypes are important to me and how finding your own archetype can support you in your everyday life.


I would love to hear from you. Who is one of your archetypes & what are the qualities that they represent for you? Please leave a comment on the blog so we can all learn from you!

All love,


  1. Henrika 6 years ago

    Hey lovely Jodi !
    Thank you for this great reminder and for doing this videos that are always inspiring and uplifting !!
    AND thank you for adding the music in the end of the video again, it’s one of the things I absolutely adored in your videos from the very beginning a little over a year ago when I started watching your Wednesday walks 🙂 It prolonges the whole experience !
    My archetype is Mary Poppins, Eliza Dolittle, Jesus and all amazing stand up comedians that make people LAUGH. These archetypes remind of the importance of playfulness, a why not ? – everything is possible attitude, healing by being and the importance of laughter and joy. Whenever I get too serious or get lost into too much doing i/o being or start thinking I’m not enough, too weird and start paying more attention to limitations than possibilities, I call in these archetypes to empower me 🙂 Thanks for asking beautiful you !

  2. Marie 6 years ago

    My Master Dagpo Lama Rimpotche is my Archétype. A Man of immeasurable qualities and Omniscient.
    He protects us all;)

  3. Susan 6 years ago

    I have three: Artemis, to remind me of the wild, independent and strong woman, Hanuman, who embodies selfless service, unconditional love and strength, and Atticus Finch from To Kill A Mockingbird. Atticus is all about doing the right thing no matter what the circumstances, and total integrity. Thanks for the video. I love this idea. Many many blessings.

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