Jim Morrison – Deep Trance Identification Part 1 & 2
Jim Morrison is the subject of today’s short and long trance. The purpose of the short trance is to get impressions and ask permission from the person, spirit or entity, it’s just polite to do so. The purpose is to get permission, as previously stated, but also pay attention to what will make the connection easier and also what will hamper the connection. This article is going to span two completely different trance experiences, either on different days or different time periods. I haven’t decided whether I will need a trance guide to help with the second part. I guess I’ll just have to “wing it” and find out.
Deep Trance identification isn’t a magical process. It’s actually very specific, procedurally, in what you are attempting to accomplish. The first thing you are attempting to do is connect with the archetypal energy that the person embodies. Think Elvis or Marilyn Monroe and, of course, Jim Morrison. The second part is to connect to the very human part of the person to discover how, when and what made them tick. The hypnotic language is flexible but not the steps.
Carl Jung defined 12 archetypes that symbolize basic human motivations, as well as drive our desires and goals. These archetypes resonate with us so much that we continue to tell stories about them. Moreover, they are featured in just about every blockbuster movie or best-selling novel. Each type has its own set of values, meanings and personality traits. Individuals may be a mix of archetypes, however, one archetype tends to dominate. These archetypes can be male or female and be light or dark or healthy or wounded.
Here is an outline of the 12 archetypes and their most common traits:
Those who identify with the innocent archetype are sometimes criticized for being naïve dreamers. However, their positive outlook and happy-go-lucky personalities can uplift others. The innocent always tries to see the good in the world and looks for the silver lining in every situation.
Goal: to be happy
Fear: being punished for doing something wrong
Weakness: being too trusting of others
Talent: faith and open-mindedness
The orphan archetype represents those who are dependable, down to earth realists. Some people might describe them as a little negative at times. The orphan is always searching for belonging in the world and may join many groups and communities to find a place where they fit in.
Goal: to belong
Fear: to be left out or to stand out from the crowd
Weakness: can be a little too cynical
Talent: honest and open, pragmatic and realistic
The hero thrives on being strong and standing up for others. They may feel they have a destiny that they must accomplish. Heroes are courageous in their quest for justice and equality and will stand up to even the most powerful forces if they think they are wrong.
Goal: to help others and protect the weak
Fear: being perceived as weak or frightened
Weakness: arrogance, always needing another battle to fight
Talent: competence and courage
Those who identify with the caregiver archetypes are full of empathy and compassion. Unfortunately, others can exploit their good nature for their own ends. Caregivers must pay attention to looking after themselves and learning to say no to others’ demands sometimes.
Goal: to help others
Fear: being considered selfish
Weakness: being exploited by others and feeling put upon
Talent: compassion and generosity
The explorer is never happy unless experiencing new things. They may enjoy visiting different countries or they may be happy learning about new ideas and philosophies. However, they find it hard to settle down at one job or relationship for too long, unless the job or relationship lets them retain their freedom to explore.
Goal: to experience as much of life as possible in one lifetime
Fear: getting trapped or being forced to conform to the status quo
Weakness: aimless wandering and inability to stick at things
Talent: being true to their own desires and a sense of wonder
When the rebel sees something in the world that isn’t working, they look to change it. Rebels like to do things differently. However, sometimes rebels can abandon perfectly good traditions just because they have a desire for reform. Rebels can be charismatic and easily encourage others to follow them in their pursuit of rebellion.
Goal: to overturn what isn’t working
Fear: to be powerless
Weakness: taking their rebellion too far and becoming obsessed by it
Talent: having big, outrageous ideas and inspiring others to join them
The lover seeks harmony in everything they do. They find it hard to deal with conflict and may find it difficult to stand up for their own ideas and beliefs in the face of more assertive types.
Goal: being in a relationship with the people, work, and the environment they love
Fear: feeling unwanted or unloved
Weakness: desire to please others at risk of losing own identity
Talent: passion, appreciation, and diplomacy
The creator is born to bring something into being that does not yet exist. They hate to be passive consumers of anything, much preferring to make their own entertainment. Creators are often artists or musicians though they can be found in almost any area of work.
Goal: to create things of enduring value
Fear: failing to create anything great
Weakness: perfectionism and creative blocks caused by the fear of not being exceptional
Talent: creativity and imagination
The jester loves to liven up a party with humor and tricks, however, they have a deep soul. They want to make others happy and can often use humor to change people’s perceptions. Sometimes, however, the jester uses humor to cover his or her own pain.
Goal: to lighten up the world and make others laugh
Fear: being perceived as boring by others
Weakness: frivolity, wasting time and hiding emotions beneath a humorous disguise
Talent: seeing the funny side of everything and using humor for a positive change
The sage values ideas above all else. However, they can sometimes become frustrated at not being able to know everything about the world. Sages are good listeners and often have the ability to make complicated ideas easy for others to understand. They can often be found in teaching roles.
Goal: to use wisdom and intelligence to understand the world and teach others
Fear: being ignorant, or being perceived as stupid
Weakness: can be unable to make a decision as never believe they have enough information
Talent: wisdom, intelligence, and curiosity
The magician is often very charismatic. They have a true belief in their ideas and desire to share them with others. They are often able to see things in a completely different way to other personality types and can use these perceptions to bring transformative ideas and philosophies to the world.
Goal: to understand the fundamental laws of the universe
Fear: unintended negative consequences
Weakness: becoming manipulative or egotistical
Talent: transforming people’s everyday experience of life by offering new ways of looking at things
The ruler loves to be in control. They often have a clear vision of what will work in a given situation. They believe they know what is best for a group or community and can get frustrated if others don’t share their vision. However, they usually have the interests of others at heart even if occasionally their actions are misguided.
Goal: create a prosperous, successful family or community
Fear: chaos, being undermined or overthrown
Weakness: being authoritarian, unable to delegate
Talent: responsibility, leadership
Part 1 – Short Trance
The first trance is very light and just a centering or neutral space trance like the ones we’ve been using throughout this 100 days of trance project. You just imagine what it might be like to have the subject, spirit or entity come into this space. Just notice what you notice.
I noticed that “Jim Morrison” showed up quite easily. I’m familiar with his story, history, etc. I wasn’t expecting to feel his casualness. His walk is loose and easy. He seemed to be wearing a white shirt and jeans. I didn’t notice his feet so I can’t tell you if he was barefoot, wearing boots, etc.
The first thing I noticed was a feeling of PROFOUND SADNESS. This felt like a wounding at the soul level. I wasn’t sure if I was feeling him or Jim Morrison? This short trance is more like an NLP second position exercise rather than the whole enchilada transfer that will be in the longer trance. The feeling was palpable and I reminded myself to stay differentiated from the subject. My impression was that his attempt to save the world was so he could be saved as well, by accident. This is that wounded God or Hero archetype. This energy is very seductive and if you get more identified with this energy than remembering you are human can cause serious problems. The majority of celebrities that die young or horribly are succumbing to this wounded God or Hero archetype.
The second major thing I felt was a feeling of incredible shyness. This not-good-enough feeling that would require some type of mind-altering substance on board, in order to get up and sing in front of all those people. Jim Morrison’s history was one of a shy, super-creative guy with zero tolerance for criticism.
I felt like I had permission to begin connecting to his body. I felt something in my groin area which suggested an untreated STD, but I have no confirmation of that.STD’s weren’t really monitored back then as they are now. I also felt something strange going on with my nose and the current thought is he was snorting heroin shortly before he died. Again, I have no confirmation of this.
I am encouraged by this first trance and I will be continuing this afternoon to do the second part. The second part is a full connection and a series of questions which I hope to get answered. Jim Morrison, although a childhood hero, like John Lennon, met a quick end. I’d like to know more about this attraction to this archetype and what the possible solutions or healings may be.
Part 2 – The Lizard King – Jim Morrison, Second Trance
The Lizard King showed up last night in the second deep trance identification with Jim Morrison. So much for doing my research, lol.
If you’ve read the history of Jim Morrison you would know that he was a very shy person. He couldn’t even face the audience while singing and would face backward or hide behind the speakers. He dropped out of film school because someone criticized a film project. read more
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