Hay-Hu-KaThe Goddess Archetypes
Goddess of reversal energy. She works with indwelling life's purpose to evolve awareness, through manipulating the outer currents. She is the teacher who tricks others into learning.
I suspect that my fellow student is living the Hay-Hu-Ka archetype described in Journey to the Heart of God. They're unpredictable and very difficult to get on with. Can you describe this archetype more please?
The Seer Almine:
Hay-Hu-Ka… the backwards energy is not meant to be a disguise for moodiness, petulance, or testiness. The Hay-Hu-Ka doesn't take the old habits for granted. They are disrupters of the status quo through being contrary in their point of view; through presenting new possibilities and fresh perspectives. There's a fine line between questioning the existing value systems and being adversarial on principle.
Simply to disrupt the wellbeing of others out of habit can also come from a form of petty tyranny; to drain the energy of others by becoming the epicenter of attention by instigating chaos, can become a habitual way of interaction with others. The Hay-Hu-Ka has a particular responsibility not to fall into the trap of draining others' energy by getting attention and causing continual discomfort out of habit. Their greatest gift of instigating novel thought and fresh perspective, has to stem from genuine and authentic action.
The Goddess Meresh-arestu (Hay-Hu-Ka)The Goddess Archetypes of the Goddess Realm
She who embraces spontaneous experience. The masculine illusion that there is a need to accumulate knowledge rather than joyfully experience unfolding life, is dissolved by spontaneous living.