We see this with angels. Angels are higher energy beings and there is supposed to be an angel who is specific to a requirement or blessings.
Even within Christianity, we find this kind of concept of archetype being present. We have specific saints that we can pray to for a specific need- e.g. Saint Anthony is considered as the patron saint for lost things. I.e. one can pray to Saint Anthony if we have lost something and he can help us find it.
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Some of them are of higher energy levels than us humans and they are called as the suras. And the ones who are lower than us in their state of consciousness are called asuras.
In a very loose translation from Sanskrit to English- the suras are called as the Gods and the asuras are called as the demons. Also, all the suras are also not at the same level of their energetic existence. We have Rati and Manmat who are the archetypes for Passion and Good Looks or we have Kubera who is the archetype for money and wealth.
Then there are many other types of celestial beings as explained in several books- we have Gandharvas, who are the celestial musicians, Yakshas who are the nature beings and so on…
So, when you think of an archetype- think of the underlying energy they represent… is it positive or is it negative or is it something that can easily become positive or negative depending on who is using it and how!!