You may wish to learn about all the different, and powerfully capable, parts of yourself through the archetypes represented in life and within the Tarot. Each card represents a particular archetype. For instance, the Fool represents the trickster within all of us.
One way to begin tapping into and understanding the archetype happens when you feel like you are in a challenging or new situation. When in a situation that you may not have an immediate solution for, try to shift into the part of yourself that does have the capability to overcome or work with the opportunities and challenged that are in your life. Psychologically speaking, these parts of yourself could be considered "archetypes"To connect with, and learn about, your primary archetypes is to look to fantasy, fables, and myths as these stories usually incorporate parts of the hero's journey into the story. The Hero’s Journey provides a mythological basis for looking at your life from a new and whole, healing and healthy inner/outer perspective. It can be amazing to come to terms with where you "are" on your own path. Coming to terms with your journey, will help you to become aware of the roles that you are playing in your life. This process allows you to glimpse your life on a grand scale, from childhood to adulthood and maturity.
As you learn about your own mythic story, you can begin to bring import objects and symbols into your life that can help you to progress along your path. For instance, in order to begin to "find your way" you might begin to decorate your home with celestial maps or old nautical navigation tools like sextants. You could also begin to use tools like voice dialogue, movement, guided imagery, art process, discussion and journaling, to help you to foster and develop a deeper understanding and appreciation for and access to the for your true self and the wonderful treasure that is secretly hidden deep within the powerful and beautiful mystery of you. It is about uncovering the real vibrant you.