Clinical psychologist Jennifer Kunst briefly explores the “ordinary” hero’s journey, using author Elizabeth Gilbert’s interview with Oprah Winfrey as an example. “The hero must integrate and make peace with all the aspects of his own psychological life,” she writes. “The hero’s battle is within… The point is to answer the call and get going.” (Note: She illustrates this with my outdated model of the journey someone posted on “Wiki Commons.”)

Clinical psychologist Jennifer Kunst briefly explores the “ordinary” hero’s journey, using author Elizabeth Gilbert’s interview with Oprah Winfrey as an example. “The hero must integrate and make peace with all the aspects of his own psychological life,” she writes. “The hero’s battle is within… The point is to answer the call and get going.” (Note: She illustrates this with my outdated model of the journey someone posted on “Wiki Commons.”)

Self-perception theory is elegant in its simplicity. Two powerful ideas follow. The first is that we are strangers to ourselves. After all, if we knew our own minds, why would we need to guess what our preferences are from our behavior? We should know exactly how honest we are and how much we like lattes. Instead, we often need to look to our behavior to figure out who we are. Self-perception theory anticipated the revolution in psychology that revealed the limits of introspection.Timothy…

Self-perception theory is elegant in its simplicity. Two powerful ideas follow. The first is that we are strangers to ourselves. After all, if we knew our own minds, why would we need to guess what our preferences are from our behavior? We should know exactly how honest we are and how much we like lattes. Instead, we often need to look to our behavior to figure out who we are. Self-perception theory anticipated the revolution in psychology that revealed the limits of introspection.Timothy…

The Hero's Journey is an expression of our brain's natural "story making" process. Our brain gives experience structure and meaning by turning it into a story. Neurobiologist Michael Gazzaniga explore the brain's "interpreter" in the long, but interesting, article.

The Hero's Journey is an expression of our brain's natural "story making" process. Our brain gives experience structure and meaning by turning it into a story. Neurobiologist Michael Gazzaniga explore the brain's "interpreter" in the long, but interesting, article.

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