Minimalist white glyph on black background representing the symbol of King


Represents leadership, sovereignty, and the integrating principle of the psyche. In Jungian psychology, the King archetype symbolizes the aspect of the self that is organized, rational, and ethical. Kings in myths and legends, such as King Arthur, often embody the ideal of justice, moral integrity, and the welfare of the community. They also signify the masculine principle of guidance and protection.

Themes: “leadership”, “sovereignty”, “psyche”, “justice”, “protection”

More in: “Man and His Symbols” by Carl G. Jung; Various mythological texts.

Last Updated: 2024-06-14
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