“When the world seems to lose all sense and meaning, it is usually ‘mythic sense' that is missing,” says Michael Meade in talking about the vital language of myth. He suggests that myth is the inside story of the world we live in, and we are each and all mythic by nature. Hearing a story awakens the mythic story living in each of us and places us in a “mythic condition” that reconnects us to the core imagination and living story at the center of our soul. Meade shows that being touched by myth carries us to the center where the world is always ending and always beginning again.
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