Tagged: The Power of Myth

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Campbell Inspires Book on Earth Mythology

Author Ray Grigg explores the our problematic relationship with nature suggesting a realistic and more skillful life on earth in his new book, The Zen of an Earth Mythology. The book was inspired by...

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Star Wars and The Hero With a Thousand Faces

“It’s no secret that Star Wars director George Lucas was profoundly influenced by comparative mythologist and literature professor Joseph Campbell and his seminal work The Hero With A Thousand Faces (1949). In case you don’t know what that book contains,...

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The Traits of a Hero

Jim Zigarelli writes for the Daily Camera about the essential qualities of a true Hero. The article uses the teachings within Joseph Campbell and Bill Moyers’ PBS show, The Power of Myth, to explain the...

Artist Lance Whitner Follows Her Bliss! 0

Artist Lance Whitner Follows Her Bliss!

Audrey Dwyer writes for the Steamboat Pilot & Today about artist Lance Whitner’s latest art project. Whitner’s piece is called The Artistry of Life: Painting & Yoga and it takes inspiration from Joseph Campbell’s book, The Power of Myth....

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From Empty Success to Bliss

Richard Randall writes for the Central Penn Business Journal about how he left his fears behind and followed his Bliss. Randall explains that though he had achieved what some would consider professional success, he...

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Campbell on Netflix!

Matt Patches writes for Polygon about the Jun 2018 additions to the Netflix roster of content. The great big news? The PBS documentary The Power of Myth is on that list! This summary of recommendations...