Images, pictures, scenes, and sounds, from Re-awakening the Mythos that captured my attention include:
Lines or concepts I remember from Re-awakening the Mythos include:
Two stories I encountered as I child that still dwell within me and perhaps have had a role in shaping my life today are:
When Martin Shaw, PhD., says, The earth thinks in mythâ€ and â€œmyth is a way of telling the truthâ€ to me this means:
Trembling energies at the edge of my vision (Martin Shaw, PhD.) of which I am aware today include:
I understand profound humanness (Gene Marshall) as reflected in the Australian Aboriginal quote â€œI hear you in my own storiesâ€ to mean:
Other questions I wish the group to discuss are:
What images, pictures, scenes, or sounds from Re-awakening the Mythos linger in your memory?
What are lines or concepts you remember from Re-awakening the Mythos?
What is a story from your childhood you remember that might have played a role in shaping your perspective today?
What does it mean when Martin Shaw, PhD, says, â€œThe earth thinks in mythâ€ and â€œa myth is a way of telling the truthâ€?
What is an example of â€œtrembling energies at the edge of your visionâ€ (Martin Shaw, PhD) of which you are aware today? Talk about how this awareness is influencing your postures or practice toward daily life.
Talk about the meaning to you of â€œprofound humannessâ€ (Gene Marshall) as reflected in the Australian Aboriginal quote â€œI hear you in my own stories.â€
What additional questions do you wish the group to discuss?