Joseph Campbell was perhaps the world’s foremost scholar of Mythology. No one was more familiar with the deeper meaning of intuitive “flow” …he studied many cultures with different myths pointing toward the underlying experience of intrinsic bliss.

Bliss is an intuitive feeling and can be easily ignored by our rational mind which is preoccupied with the success of a personal self… Continue Reading


“It is by going down into the abyss that we recover the treasures of life. Where you stumble, there lies your treasure.” ~ Joseph Campbell

The spiritual poet Rumi wrote, “Where there is ruin, there is hope for a treasure.”… But what did he mean when he referred to ruin?… Was it our socially conditioned self in a state of ruin?…It is commonly known we need to experience a deep despair about our self as a turning point in the transformation of personality… Continue Reading

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  1. This is very inspiring, and I hope more people keep ready your stuff. Evan

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