The Power of Myth Quotes by Joseph Campbell
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Ep. 5: Joseph Campbell and the Power of Myth — ‘Love and the Goddess’
In this clip, Campbell traces the beginning of the idea of love, as we think of it today, to troubadours in the 12th century. Released in , The Power of Myth was one of the most popular TV series in the history of public television, and continues to inspire new audiences. And the eyes go reconnoitering for what it would please the heart to possess. And when they are in full accord and firm, all three in one resolve, at that time perfect love is born from what the eyes have made welcome, to the heart. For as all true loves know, love is perfect kindness, which is born, there is no doubt, from the heart and the eyes. Like a weaver of fine cloth, he spun the tales and legends of love into an amazing tapestry of the human psyche.
A fantastic book told through 8 interviews done on the power of myth in our lives. It really made me think about how we lack cultural traditions and narratives, and how few people go through rites of initiation or make sacrifices for big commitments in their lives. I wonder how much of feeling lost comes from lacking a strong narrative to track your life against, to motivate and guide you. The book is broken out by 8 interviews done over two years, so my notes here are organized by those sections. You go kill the lion, get beat up, get circumcised. The black moment is the moment when the real message of transformation is going to come.
The documentary was originally broadcast as six one-hour conversations between mythologist Joseph Campbell — and journalist Bill Moyers. It remains one of the most popular series in the history of American public television. The interviews in the first five episodes were filmed at George Lucas 's Skywalker Ranch in California, with the sixth interview conducted at the American Museum of Natural History in New York, during the final two summers of Campbell's life. The series was broadcast on television the year following his death. In these discussions Campbell presents his ideas about comparative mythology and the ongoing role of myth in human society. Creation myths , transcending duality, pairs of opposites, God vs.