Cultivating Embodied Presence: Passing Through the Eye of the Needle “Again I tell you, it is easier for a camel… [ + ]
https://www.npr.org/programs/ted-radio-hour/558307433 We’re living in a time of intense ideological division, and it often feels impossible to bridge the gap. But… [ + ]
If you want to build a ship, don’t drum up people together to collect wood and don’t assign them tasks… [ + ]
Hero’s Journey® Foundation presents our Essential Conversations series- a collection of online interviews between Hero’s Journey ® Foundation Executive Director Michael… [ + ]
I felt like this online course gave me the platform to be my "best" self, and to see my limitations with a new level of compassion. I inhaled copious amounts of courage and support from the live broadcasts hosted by Michael, and from my allies, which for moments replaced crippling self-doubt. How could I be anything but grateful for the whole messy, grand process?
- age 61 - Beth, Florida, USA -
The men's hero's journey was the surprise of my life as I crossed from “my” world to the beauty and the wonder of the mountain. To this day the sights, sounds and smells of the mountain trigger the memory of a sacred call to embrace, connect and be fully alive on whatever “mountain” I find myself.
- age 67 - Dan, Pennsylvania, USA -
I've taken home a strong feeling of belonging to a great circle of men, with many new friends. I have an intense feeling of relatedness to everyone in my life, and can now see where in life I stop myself. I went there feeling old and came back much younger.
- age 65 - Jon, New York, USA -
The women's heros journey delivered me a deeper understanding of the journey from my head to my heart. I saw how I created, and, allowed fear to paralyze me in my life, and I also saw my light reflected back to me in the women I journeyed with. Each day and each experience gave me a gift to work with. I will be back!
- age 48 - Heather, Ontario, Canada -