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MRT of New York, NY:
Discussion: Lecture I.1.5 - The Vitality of Myth

Date: May 16, 2010
Time: 3:00 pm
Category: RoundTable
Duration: 2-3 Hours
Sponsor: JCF Mythological RoundTable® Group of New York, NY
Venue: Eva's (cafe)
Link: http://www.meetup.com/NY-Mythology/calendar/12592745/
Address: 11 West 8th St (between 5th Ave and MacDougal)
City: New York, NY


AUTHOR:  Joseph Campbell
RECORDING:  Lecture I.1.5
TITLE: The Vitality of Myth

The NY Mythological RoundTable® Group's monthly small group discussion series dedicated to the ongoing audio releases of The Collected Lectures of Joseph Campbell!
This event is a free-form, roundtable discussion of one of the mythology talks in Joseph Campbell's captivating lecture series.

Please listen to this 1-hour lecture before you come (available for $5.99 from iTunes [HERE] or Amazon [HERE]), and be prepared to tell us which passages or themes from the listening struck you the most!


NOTE: Each of these talks is completely standalone and
doesn't depend on previous material or meetings, so please come even if
it's your first time-- You'll be able to follow right along, from


Please RSVP on OUR MEETUP PAGE for this event.

(You'll need to create a FREE username/password to register.)


- What Myth Do I Live By?
- Carl Jung and the Mythic Imagery of Dreams
- The Inner and Outer Garments
- The Word AUM: The Sound of the Universe
- Stanislav Grof and the Levels of LSD Experience


Download from iTunes ($5.99):

Download from Amazon ($5.99):

Lecture I.1.5 - Online Transcript & Discussion Forum:
(need to register as JCF Associate first to access-- it's FREE!)

Official JCF Collected Lectures Page:
(The complete directory of all available & upcoming titles)


"Myths are public dreams; dreams are private myths. By finding your
own dream and following it through, it will lead you to the myth-world
in which you live. But just as in dream, the subject and object, though
they seem to be separate, are really the same."
-- Joseph Campbell

In dreams, the consciousness we witness daily meets that of our inner
being. Dreams can lead us to awareness of the divinity within us.
Joseph Campbell explores the significance of dreams, their relationship
to myths, how certain Western beliefs have translated myths into
"waking consciousness" symbols, why Eastern teachers have proven so
attractive to Westerners, and how yoga can awaken us to the visions and
awareness awaiting us in deep sleep.


Looking forward to seeing you there!

The Collected Lectures of Joseph Campbell


Cost: voluntary donation
Contact e-mail: jcf@PhilRobinson.net

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