This link will provide you with an overview of the Warrior Archetype with good examples of Explorer/Seeker Films: https://www.fractalenlightenment.com/34367/life/the-seeker-archetype-the-path-of-the-brave-wanderer
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You know the Seeker is calling when you feel alienated, dissatisfied, empty, or when you sense a new opportunity knocking and want things to be better than they are.
You can hear the Seeker when you hear an inner voice telling you that your life could be different or that you can make a difference in your family, your company or in the world. Seeking often has to do with a search for meaning.
|The Call||Alienation, dissatisfaction, restlessness, yearning and boredom, a deep desire for wholeness, for what the seeker believes will fill a void. The call is to get a sense of peace.|
|The Motto||“The grass is always greener somewhere else.” “Don’t fence me in.” “Let me find myself.”|
|Characters||Indiana Jones, JFK, Peter Pan, Huckleberry Finn, Steinbeck’s “Travels with Charley”, King Arthur and his Knights, Johnny Appleseed, Chris, McAndes, Harry Potter, Howard Hughes.|
|The Setting||Caravan, camp, exotic locations, chaos, autonomous, travel, safaris, visionary, pioneering, adventuresome, unsettling, blue skies and wide horizons, anything non conformist, not revealing weaknesses, walking away from the viewer.|
|Brands||MAC, Cosmetics, VH1, Truck and SUV Commercials, Levi’s.|
|Shadow||Creating alienation so people can’t find a way in because you become too self-involved. The picture of satisfaction, of peace, of wholeness is so depraved it involves hurting others. The Seeker hurts others in the journey–discovering America.|
|Stages||To explore, seeking external adventure, finding adventure, getting an external sense of satisfaction, finally discovering uniqueness in the self.|