on completing the Sacred Money Archetypes (™) Quiz!
The below result shows your main Archetype, and I hope you are as excited to find out more, as I was when I first learned what my predominant Archetype was.
I want to say from the outset - when it comes to building wealth, it doesn’t matter what your Archetype is at the end of the day - they all equally have the ability to build wealth, by harnessing the unique gifts and being aware of and working on, the challenges.
I’m confident you will see yourself in the description below, however, don’t worry if every single word or element doesn’t resonate with you.
Although this is your main, or strongest Archetype, you will have elements of other Archetypes within you also, that combine to make up your whole money personality.
Usually, your top three Archetypes are your driving force when it comes to money.
The below Archetype overview will give you a good glimpse into what drives you, or what makes you tick when it comes to money.
You are the Romantic
Of the 8 Sacred Money Archetypes, the Romantic is your inner Hedonist.
As a Romantic, you know how to use money to enjoy your life, and perhaps often spend it because you feel you deserve it or you want to indulge the people you care about.
You likely buy things to feel gratification, sensory pleasure or because you ‘feel like it’.
You probably dislike feeling like a slave to money, preferring to use money to enjoy the good things in life, and possibly don’t see the point in saving money because of this.
You believe money is to be enjoyed and maybe you dislike being told “no”.
You indulge in yourself to feel special, appreciated, loved or valued, and you likely often spend money on things because you feel “I deserve it”.
You likely often avoid making changes in your money behaviour, even when you know it would benefit you and you may shrug off your money habits, telling yourself you’re not good with money.
But spending can potentially be a cover-up to avoid feelings of emptiness, an absence of love or a lack of feeling valued and acknowledged. And the thought of not buying something you want can cause feelings of resistance or defiance.
Yes, life is to be enjoyed but not if the expense of it distracts you from creating wholeness and self-worth from the inside out. Why not focus your considerable energy on creating meaning and worth in your life, beyond which money can’t buy?
A question for you my dear Romantic friend
What are 8 ways you could enjoy the perfect day, without spending any money?
So … did you see yourself in the above description of your predominant Archetype?
I’m sure you, (as I did), had a little quiet laugh as you saw yourself described pretty darn accurately.
With the knowledge you’re now armed with, you now have a small insight into how you “do money” – however, if you really want to explore your money mindset there’s more to explore!
At the bottom of the description, I had a little question for you to ponder, and I’d recommend you take some time on this – either meditate on it, or journal the answer and see what comes up for you.
With the knowledge you’re now armed with, you now have a small insight into how you “do money” – however if you REALLY want to get rid of unconscious money blocks and create a healthy relationship with money, there’s so much more to explore!