The Life Maps Process (LMP) is a personal development methodology which the author has developed as a form of applied anthropology. The LMP is a three-stage program utilizing tools for life review (i.e., life mapping), reflection on thematic life patterns, and future schematic (re-)modeling. A system of twelve “primordial Archetype” figures are subjectively associated with Life Themes and are mapped across Life Chapters to illuminate personality aspects that have impacted a person’s development in relation to Significant and Critical life events (SLE’s/CLE’s). Case study findings are presented and theoretical foundations from social and cognitive anthropology as well as from analytical and archetypal psychology are discussed.
|Keywords:||Applied Cognitive Anthropology, Life Course Studies, Archetypal Psychology, Personal Development|
Associate Professor, Anthropology, University of Colorado at Colorado Springs, Colorado Springs, CO, USA
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