Results for the term... "hero's journey"
Results from the Collected Works of Joseph Campbell
Results from the Youtube Channel of Joseph Campbell
- Follow your bliss and doors will open
- Joseph Campbell – Jung, the Self, and Myth
- Joseph Campbell Myth & Meaning Book Club
- Joseph Campbell — Cave Bears and the Birth of Mythology
- Joseph Campbell — Jung and the Persona System
- Joseph Campbell — Jung and the Right and Left-hand Paths
- Joseph Campbell — Jung and the Shadow System
- Joseph Campbell — Jung, Pedagogy, and Projection of the Shadow
- Joseph Campbell — Jung, Projection, and Love
Results from the Collected Lectures of Joseph Campbell
- A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man (Audio: Lecture III.1.2)
- Androgyne as Mystical Symbol (Audio: Lecture II.5.3)
- Archetypes & Mythology (Audio: Lecture II.4.4)
- Birth of the Modern (Audio: Lecture II.1.10)
- Birth of the Perennial Mythology (Audio: Lecture II.1.9)
- Buddhism (Audio: Lecture I.3.4)
- Buddhism in China (Audio: Lecture II.1.4)
- Confrontation – Religion & Society (Audio: Lecture II.6.4)
- Confrontation of East and West in Religion (Audio: Lecture I.2.3)
- Cosmology and the Mythic Image (Audio: Lecture II.5.4)
Results from the Quotations of Joseph Campbell
- "All life is sorrowful" is the first Buddhist saying, and so it is. It wouldn’t be life if there weren’t temporality involved, which is sorrow – loss, loss, loss. You’ve got to say yes to life and see it as magnificent this way; for this is surely the way God intended it
- "God is an intelligible sphere whose center is everywhere and circumference nowhere." So we are told in a little twelfth-century book known as The Book of the Twenty-four Philosophers. Each of us -- whoever and wherever he may be -- is then the center, and within him, whether he knows it or not, is that Mind at Large, the laws of which are the laws not only of all minds but of all space as well.
- 'The fool says in his heart there is no God' (Psalms 14:1). There is, however, another type of fool, more dangerous and sure of himself, who says in his heart and proclaims to all the world, 'There is no God but mine.'
"What will they think of me?"
must be put aside for bliss.
- 'All life,' said the Buddha, 'is sorrowful'; and so, indeed, it is. Life consuming life: that is the essence of its being, which is forever a becoming. 'The world,' said the Buddha, 'is an ever-burning fire.' And so it is. And that is what one has to affirm, with a yea! a dance! a knowing, solemn, stately dance of the mystic bliss beyond pain that is at the heart of every mythic rite.
- One thing that comes out in myths is that at the bottom of the abyss comes the voice of salvation. The black moment is the moment when the real message of transformation is going to come. At the darkest moment comes the light.
- What is it we are questing for? It is the fulfillment of that which is potential in each of us. Questing for it is not an ego trip; it is an adventure to bring into fulfillment your gift to the world, which is yourself.
- “A bit of advice given to a young Native American at the time of his initiation: “As you go the way of life, you will see a great chasm. Jump. It is not as wide as you think.”
- A bit of advice given to a young Native American at the time of his initiation: “As you go the way of life, you will see a great chasm. Jump. It is not as wide as you think."
- A bit of advice given to a young Native American at the time of his initiation: "As you go the way of life, you will see a great chasm. Jump. It is not as wide as you think."
Results from the Myth Blasts of Joseph Campbell
- The Sacred in Place and Time
- Tracking the Wild Feminine
- Languishing Poets and Longing in Temples of Cinema
- Once a Hero, Always the Hero?
- The Many Faces of the Goddess
- The Luminous Dark
- Skywoman’s Sacred Creative Power
- Archetypal-Mechanics from an Unseen Aid
- Meditation in a Former Chapel
- The New Old Age
Results from the Mythological Resources of Joseph Campbell
- ‘Harry Potter,’ Anime & Greek Mythology: Lindsey Stirling on What Inspired ‘Artemis’
- ‘Valley of Gods’ Explores Navajo Mythology
- 1 World – 1 Creation Myth – 1 Cosmology
- 10 Fiction Books to Read if You Like Mythology
- A Box of Rain: Lyrics: 1965-1993
- A Hero’s Journey: A Freshman Orientation Challenge Course Program
- A History of God
- A Man Called Horse
- A People with One Heart
- A Planet with One Mind
Results from the Campbell in Culture of Joseph Campbell
- “Judy and Punch” uses Campbell’s Hero’s Journey and subverts it
- “MEMORY: The Origins of Alien” Explores Campbell, Modern Myth
- ‘Gretel and Hansel’ Director Points to Campbell and Collective Unconscious
- ‘The Mandalorian’ Has Many Talking Campbell
- 1000 Faces in the movie Big Fish
- A Blissful Journey
- A Class of Campbell
- A Forceful Influence
- A Healthy Body and Balanced Mind