Chalimancers are attuned to how characters react and interact with each other. With the heart of a caregiver, the mind of a creator, and the spirit of an ruler, everything needs their genius for order. They explore the intricacies of everyday life, how characters face real challenges and deal with complex emotions. They are the grails of humanity, symbolizing the gift of cultivating communion.
Chalimancers are inspired by the “caregiver” and the “ruler” archetypes and often spend a lot of time developing the relationships between their characters.
These writers are scholars of insight, grounded in reality and draw from their own experiences and observations to create compelling stories. They are attuned to how characters interact with others and enjoy exploring the intricacies of everyday life. They strive to create authentic and relatable characters who are facing real-world challenges and dealing with complex emotions, like Elizabeth Bennet, Cyrano de Bergerac, Arwen Undomiel, and Maximus Decimus Meridius.
Their writing style might be characterized by a focus on detail and a commitment to accuracy. They tend to be meticulous researchers, and they work hard to create stories that feel true to life. They are particularly skilled at writing dialogue that feels authentic, and they enjoy exploring the different ways that people communicate with each other.
These writers look for ways to serve, control outcomes, and innovate ideas, to provide a sense of structure for themselves and their readers.
Daily Writing Habit
Set aside a specific time each day for writing, and try to write in a quiet and focused environment. Start each session with a quick review of what you’ve written so far, and consider making notes or outlines to help you stay on track.
Start by setting a clear goal and focus on writing realistically, drawing from your own experiences and observations. Use descriptive language and vivid imagery to bring your stories to life, and try to create characters that feel real and authentic.
Best time of day to write
Chalimancers tend to be thoughtful and analytical, so they may find that they are most productive in the mid-morning or early afternoon when their minds are sharpest.
Chalimancers tend to be thoughtful and analytical, so they may prefer a clear and crisp drink like green tea or sparkling water to help them stay focused and alert.
This category is inspired by the intuitive, imaginative, and spiritual aspects of writing. To enhance their awareness, they can practice mindfulness meditation, engage in gentle stretching, or take a quiet walk in nature. They can also try incorporating journaling, or creative visualization into their daily routines.
Dear St Thomas Aquinas and St Therese of Lisieux, Please guide me on my journey as a writer of realistic fiction. Give me the insights to capture the complexities of life and the compassion to bring these stories to life. Help me to use my words to create meaning, understanding, and empathy. Amen.
Archetypes: Caregiver, Ruler, Creator
Characters: Atticus Finch (To Kill a Mockingbird), Holden Caulfield (The Catcher in the Rye), Scout (To Kill a Mockingbird), Elizabeth Bennet (Pride and Prejudice), Cyrano de Bergerac, Maximus Decimus Meridius (Gladiator), Arwen Undomiel, Samwise Gamgee
Patrons: St. Thomas Aquinas, St. Therese of Lisieux
Motto: Where you go, I’ll go with you
- Winged man
This video explores the central archetype of the king/royal. While crafted for men, the role of the king is equally accessed by men and women. Mature content advisory.