Explorer ESTP

The Explorer

Energetic, adaptable and alert, you are someone who is highly in tune with all that is going on in the world around you. You easily recognize the practical needs of your friends, family members and co-workers. Like Hera, goddess of marriage, you are relationally oriented, loyal and good at making commitments. You get the most joy and fulfillment from life when you’re spending it exploring the world with the people you love. 

Your friends and family may describe you as extroverted, curious and a busy body. Always on the go and looking for new adventures, you may also be a bit of a thrill-seeker. Other people in your life may struggle to keep up with your energy. As a woman guided by Hera energy, it’s crucial to spend time on inner work that brings motivation and satisfaction. Without this, you will end up overly reliant on other people for happiness and struggle to understand yourself outside of your relationships. 

Your supportive Artemis energy shows up in your fierce competitiveness and a drive to champion for the people you care about. You are a fighter — “giving up” is not a phrase in your vocabulary. You may spend long periods of time focused on learning a new skill or championing a cause, but you must be careful that these focused efforts aren’t being used to distract from your emotions. 

As someone who is primarily focused on the outer world, your greatest potential for growth is channeling your inner Hestia energy. Hestia, goddess of the hearth, is the most introverted of all the feminine archetypes. Hestia symbolizes solitude, self-awareness and peace. This archetype doesn’t need other people for fulfillment. Activities that require an inward focus, such as meditation and yoga, will help you develop more Hestia energy. 

With opposing Persephone energy, you may struggle with allowing other people to take care of you. However, opening yourself up to more Persephone energy in your life will unlock great potential for growth. 

  • Guided by Hera energy
  • Supported by Artemis energy
  • Motivated by Hestia energy
  • Opposed by Persephone energy

About the Author Megan Malone