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Our fictional entertainment can indeed shape how we think and understand our own reality. The struggles we face and choices we make have an impact on the stories we tell and in-turn those stories impact us. On this episode of War Zone Radio, we look at a popular mythology of our modern day to help us understand the truth. We will even be shedding some light on the Greatest (True) Story ever Told! Tune in and join the Revolution.
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This show discusses Polynesian and African Mythology and a look at Shamanism.
n. pl. my·thol·o·gies1.
a. A body or collection of myths belonging to a people and addressing their origin, history, deities, ancestors, and heroes.
b. A body of myths associated with an event, individual, or institution: "A new mythology, essential to the . . . American funeral rite, has grown up" (Jessica Mitford).
2. The field of scholarship dealing with the systematic collection and study of myths.
Alanna is "the teacher's teacher" and is listed as one of Yoga Journal's top 20 teachers under 40. Her approach fills in what's missing in yoga: mythology. She is anti-dogmatic in all things, and her love of science confirms her spirituality, rather than negates it. Alanna’s vision picks up where Joseph Campbell left off — to empower people to connect with and embrace their humanness.
She is the author most recently of "Sacred Sound: Discovering the Myth and Meaning of Mantra & Kirtan." Yoga Journal writes: "Her intention is to make the more esoteric and musical parts of yoga approachable, spreading the higher vibrations they inherently embody."
This week we've invited another trustee of Urantia Foundation, Dr. Gard Jameson. Gard has taught Asian philosophy and religion at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, and written 2 books on mythology. He's passionate about The Urantia Book, interfaith, centering prayer, spiritual retreats and other deeply spiritual matters. After decades as a CPA and Financial Planner, Gard returned to college to obtain a PhD in Comparative Religion at Pacifica Graduate Institute in Santa Barbara.
Gard bought a copy of The Urantia Book in 1972 in a California bookstore near Stanford University, where he was studying Comparative Religion. His first impression was that it was like no other book of philosophy or religion he had ever encountered. Gard's friend Brian, a fellow student, borrowed it and said, “Gard, do you know what you have here? A revelation.”
Gard explores the universe and the world of life with a distinctive perspective, which starts from the myths and poetry of classic antiquity and reaches "the body, the mind, the heart, and the soul."
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Topic and discussion includes Pagan news items, dates of interest, and after the break, gather around to hear tales, lore and mythology. The theme is Spring and you'll likely never hear the stories we tell quite the same way from anyone or anywhere else. Comments and questions from callers and chat room participants welcome! Let's Chat!
Erica is bak to talk more about Folklore and mythology!
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