Archetypes refers to universal, symbolic images that appear in myths, art, stories, and dreams; to Jungians, they reflect the collective unconscious.

They are image or thoughts that have the same meaning for all human beings.


Other definition:
Archetypes refer to the components, structures, or organs of the psyche that are located in the collective unconscious.

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