A mythic life: learning to live our greater story

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HarperSanFrancisco, 1996 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 340 pages
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A pioneer of the Human Potential movement explains how readers can reach their full potential and discover their true calling by connecting to the lives of the heroes and heroines of archetypical myths. $75,000 ad/promo. Tour.

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User Review  - Lena - Goodreads

A Mythic Life is the memoir of Jean Houston. Houston is a world leader in personal and social transformation. She anachronistically weaves the reader through her dreams, her conversations, her ... Read full review

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User Review  - Laura K - Goodreads

Exhausting. I am going to try one of her other books that isn't quite as "heavy" because I am interested in the subject matter and what she has to say. Read full review

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Robert Masters and Jean Houston are well-known pioneers of modern consciousness research and were both among the founders of the Human Potentials Movement. They also coauthored "Mind Games: The Guide to Inner Space," Among the books Robert Masters has written are "Eros and Evil" and "The Goddess Sekhmet," Jean Houston is also the author of "A Passion for the Possible," "Godseed," and "A Mythic Life," Both authors reside in New York.

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