The NomadsApril 28, 2021 2023-04-05 19:12
Nomads are born at a period of spiritual awakening. It is the time when established institutional order was attacked with new social ideals and other spiritual agendas. Unlike the artists, the nomads grow up in an environment with little to no protection from their elders. In turn, they grow to be alienated young adults then eventually leading as pragmatists. Common attributes of people from this generation fall on the domain of liberty, survival, and honor.
Some known personalities under this group are Nathaniel bacon, William Stoughton, George Washington, John Adams, Harry Truman, and Dwight Eisenhower. These leaders are known to be very cunning and hard-to-fool realists. Today’s living counterparts of the nomads are known as the Generation X (born 1961 – 1981).
Generational shifts and how to deal with them
The shift in generation comes from the nature that the newer generation needs to ‘correct or improve something that the older generation has put into place. Newer generations are triggered to push for changes and this catapults into the movement in the cycle. Normally, transitions happen when elders turn over the helm to the younger ones, and this marks the beginning of a new era. In a sense of personal fulfillment, each generation is gravitated to overly correct on what it perceives to be the excesses of their predecessors.
An archetype will not be able to produce a similar one—but rather, they create the opposing ones.
It is also good to note that an archetype will not be able to produce a similar one—but rather, they create the opposing ones. Every generation undergoes the same period within their lifetime—childhood, young adulthood, midlife, and elderhood. The presence of this cycle also functions as nature’s balancing process to relieve tensions between the generations’ personal fulfillment and civic order calling. The graph below visualizes how one correlates with the other.
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