One of the reasons we enjoy the wolf’s kna is its dark and light archetypes. The wolf has built up these associations, and these archetypes balance each other out. Both sides of the wolf are very interesting and can be worked with to facilitate that kna in certain situations. Neither of these is better than one another, But they much rather work together to facilitate Harmony and balance in the spirit of the wolf.
The dark archetype of the wolf is an archetype that is associated with:
Power, Strength, Ferocity, Untamed Wildness, Sneakiness, Anger, Hostility, Solitude, Violence, The Unknown, Self-Reflection, Animalistic, Survival, Aggression, Pride, Mystery, Shadow, Insatiable, Fear, and Death.
The light archetype of the wolf is an archetype that is associated with:
Communication, Companionship, Loyalty, Freedom, Humbleness, Intuition, Protection, Path-Finding, Spirituality, Truth, Self-Confidence, Majesty, Healing, Honor, Wisdom, Success, Balance Intelligence, and Re-Birth.