Beyond heroics: living our myths
The feminine creative principle, love for other humans, animals and for the earth -- all the things we now claim as issues will become part of the myths that we live. Using creative visualization and the twelve exercises McMurray provides, we can leave behind the old warrior-king-hero mythology and allow modern insights into our mythos.
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CHAPTER ONE MYTHOLOGY
CHAPTER TWO OTHER HEROES
CHAPTER THREE BEYOND HEROICS
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