The Orchestrator is the third path of the Ennealogy archetypes. It was given its name because of its ability to organize life in such a way to accomplish very ambitious goals. Sharing many characteristics with Jupiter, The Orchestrator is self-illuminating, powerful, bold, and expansive. Having a strong desire to be remembered after death makes this path the most success-driven of all the paths and motivates those on this path to be outstanding in everything they do. Their natural shine, which gets them a lot of attention in their younger years, can become unbalanced and causes adults on this path to require lots of affirmation and outside validation in order to feel worthy. The Orchestrator is a “universal helper” to all paths and a natural teacher who can be inspirational, creative, organized, and driven.
Success oriented, ambitious, bold, charming, likable, high self-esteem, motivational, observant, adaptable, innovative, inventive, loyal, bright and shiny presence, possesses great energy, good sense of humor, knowledgeable in speaking and writing
Proclivities and Motivations
To contribute to the world using gifts, talents and abilities (especially if it will inspire and impress others), to achieve greatness in life, to leave a legacy, to be remembered, to bring joy to the lives of others, to create, to express themselves artistically, to inspire others
Future-focused, confident, strong belief in self, authentic, self-accepting, constructive, cheerful, inspirational, admired as a role model
Constant comparing of self to others, overly image conscious, dependent on outside affirmation, fear of failure, short-temperedness, impatience, inclination to stretch self too thin in order to receive recognition, working out to the point of exhaustion, excessive use of energy stimulants to accomplish tasks, offensive humor, dictatorial personality, overly competitive nature, overly opportunistic and self-promoting, arrogance, narcissism
“Everything that is important is being completed.”