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MythBlast | Nerves of Myth, Part II, contributed by Robert Guyker.
Audio clip II.1.8.3 - Realms of Spirit and Love from this lecture: Audio: Lecture II.1.8 – Grail Mythology
"If you go into marriage with a program, you will find that it won’t work. Successful marriage is leading innovative lives together, being open, non-programmed. It’s a free fall: how you handle each new thing as it comes along. As a drop of oil on the sea, you must float, using intellect and compassion to ride the waves."
MythBlast | Love: A Modern Mythology, contributed by Bradley Olson.
""The rules of love, they really are severe. If you're giving up everything for something, then give up everything for somethingand stay with it with your mind on where you're going." "
Audio clip II.5.5.11 - A Spiritual Marriage from this lecture: Audio: Lecture II.5.5 – The Mythic Approach to Life Literature & Art
Joseph Campbell’s papers now available at the New York Public Library! from the Mythological Resources Database
MythBlast | Love of a Higher Order, contributed by Neora Myrow.
Audio clip II.2.4.07 - Establishing a Relationship to the Devine from this lecture: Audio: Lecture II.2.4 – Mythology in the Modern Age
In the Footsteps of Joseph Campbell – France, Summer 2019 – Romance of the Grail with Evans Lansing Smith from the Mythological Resources Database
MythBlast | Cosmic Marriage, contributed by Norland Tellez.
Audio clip II.1.2.05 - The West: Relationship to the Divine through Holy Society from this lecture: Audio: Lecture II.1.2 – Mythology East and West
"Marriage took place in the psyche first, and the physical realization of their love [Parzival and Condwiramurs] was the fulfillment of a spiritual marriage; it did not work the there way around. No priest confirmed the marriage. It was confirmed in love and was itself the sacrament of love. And neither lust nor fear, but courage and compassion, were its motivations . . ."