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May 11, 2022
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Joseph Campbell's Hero Journey Joseph Campbell's Hero's Journey The Hero's Journey includes some psychological models taken Business Email List from Jung and Freud. In fact, Campbell thought that the hero teaches us something about ourselves. Here are the 17 steps of the Hero's Journey, as described by Campbell: The match: 1) The Call to Business Email List Adventure: Something, or someone, interrupts the hero's family life to present a problem, threat, or opportunity. 2) Refusal of the Call: Unwilling to step out of his comfort zone or face his Business Email List fear, the hero is initially hesitant to embark on this journey. Supernatural Help: A mentor figure gives the hero the tools and inspiration he needs to accept the call to adventure. 4) Crossing the Business Email List threshold: the hero embarks on his quest. 5) Belly of the whale: the hero crosses the Business Email List point of no return and meets his first big obstacle. The initiation: 6) The Path of Trials: The hero must go through a series of Business Email List trials to begin his transformation. Often, at least one of these tests fails. 7) The meeting with the goddess: the hero meets one or more allies, who pick him up and help Business Email List him continue his journey. The woman as temptress: the hero is tempted to abandon or deviate from his search. Traditionally, this temptation is a love interest, but it can Business Email List also manifest itself in other ways, including fame or wealth. 9) Atonement with the father: the hero faces the reason for his journey, facing his doubts and fears and the powers that govern his life. This is Business Email List a major turning point in the story: every previous step has brought the hero here, and every new step will grow out of this moment. 10) Apotheosis: As a result of this confrontation, the Business Email List hero gains a deep understanding of his purpose or ability.
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