I love visiting with the brilliant minds of the Myth Salon. This time I will share a panel with Dr. John Beebe. The title of the panel is “The Construction of Cultural Attitudes in the Approach to Myth.” It will be held via Zoom link on January 12, 2022, at 5 pm PT. Check out the description below!
More than 400 years ago, Shakespeare observed that thinking determines our experience. In Jungian circles, projections are the psyche’s playground – turning over the soil to reveal seeds, fruits, jewels and hidden treasures. In plain English, our attitudes shape our cultural complexes -- and our cultural complexes shape our attitudes.
More than at any time in our lives, we are surrounded by polarized attitudes that are producing havoc. We live on the horns of an age-old dilemma that seems to defy harmony. Is it the nature of culture to be at war with itself? Or as Rodney King once put it, “Can’t we all just get along?”
To evoke the mystery of a living myth – and to comprehend it – we need to arrive at a new attitude, a new perspective, a new consciousness.
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