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by Joanna Gardner

I don’t remember who called with the news that my father had died. I don’t remember the conversation. All I remember is the daze in which I found myself putting on a coat, driving...

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This month’s theme is The Stillpoint. Enjoy our Weekly Offerings...

News & Updates

CHRISTIAN – Advent begins (11/29 – 12/24)

          St. Andrew’s Day (11/30)

SIKH – Birthday of Guru Nanak Dev Sahib (11/30)

Considered one of the most sacred festivals, Sikhi faith celebrate the birthday of Guru Nanak, Founder and First of the Ten Guru of Sikhism.

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The Hour Yields

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Featured Audio

II.2.1.10 - T.S. Eliot and the Wasteland Theme - an excerpt from this lecture.

Monthly Gift

Our gift to you this month is an audio lecture download titled Cosmology and the Mythic Image (Audio: Lecture II.5.4). Access this download for free until the end of the month.

How do you talk about the universe, the big bang of creation, light years, archetypes, mythology, and the heliocentric universe in one lecture? Campbell pulls from many sources and blends them into a wonderful telling of a view of the universe, then ends with a story of Indra Purana, much to the audience’s delight.

Got ideas? Share them with a community of like-minded mythmakers at our discussion forum – the Conversations of a Higher Order.

Joseph Campbell Book Club

“King, Warrior, Magician, Lover is the bestselling, widely-heralded, Jungian introduction to the psychological foundation to a mature, authentic, and revitalized masculinity. Dive in with eyes, mind, and heart alert and wide open.”

– Andrew Gurevich, Editorial Advisory Group, Joseph Campbell Foundation

Weekly Quotation

“The central point of the world is the point where stillness and movement are together. Movement is time, but stillness is eternity. Realizing how this moment of your life is actually a moment of eternity, and experiencing the eternal aspect of what you’re doing in the temporal experience—this is the mythological experience.”