In part two of the ancient story of Indra and the Two Worlds, we learn that Indra, having become disillusioned with what most people call the real world, becomes a renunciate, spending his time in meditation and contemplation. Meanwhile, the daily world falls apart as conflicts intensify and chaos spreads, leading Queen Shachi to realize that enlightened leadership must be brought back to the world. Michael Meade's interpretation of the story includes how we each relate to issues of empowerment and abdication, disillusionment with the world as well as the significance of the Bodhisattva concept.
"Michael Meade is a true gift in my life and healing force in our crazy world. I listen faithfully for the wisdom and insights he shares and find his weaving of ancient mythology and the modern psyche a reassuring voice for true soulfulness."
"This podcast has become one of the most valued influences on my life. It helps me make sense of the world around me and the vast world within me. I highly recommend 'Living Myth' for anyone who has a soul yearning to keep a finger on the pulse of humanity."
"I'm so grateful to have found this podcast. The way Michael Meade weaves myth and applies it to the current times we live in really helps me to navigate the challenges I've faced."
"These mini essays connecting myths to our current culture inspire me on a daily basis to choose gratitude, humility and forgiveness and sparks me to engage in creative, imaginative acts for others."
Your support helps make the Living Myth podcast possible. Donate today to support future episodes.