Posted on April 26, 2013 by alchemy in Events with Comments Disabled
In myth, the hero always has assistance from the guide, a mentor. We also understand that, “He who travels without a guide needs two-hundred years for a two-days journey” and that, “Water picks up the sediments of the channel in which it travels.” Read more →
Michael Meade has studied myth, anthropology, history of religion, and cross-cultural rituals for over 35 years. His hypnotic and fiery storytelling, street savy perceptiveness, and spellbinding interpretations of ancient myths and symbols are highly relevant to current culture. He has an unusual ability to distill and synthesize these disciplines, tapping into ancestral sources of wisdom, while connecting them to the stories of people today. Read more →
We explored some of the contours and content of your Personal Myth. A Personal Myth might be understood as an organizing principle that gives the events of our daily life a form and a shape so that they carry meaning for us. Read more →
How Urban Adolescent Males can Become the Hero Within Their Own Stories.
A Day with Dr. Neora Myrow, Dec. 2010
The workshop presented Campbell’s model in a dramatic and structural breakdown. Dr. Myrow defined a hero within the content of the hero’s journey, predicated upon the Aristotelian notion that character is action, muthos, or plot. Read more →