Looking at life through a lens of myth and symbolism can reveal layers of meaning that usually remain obscured or hidden.
In the Mythic podcast, host Boston Blake explores archetypal themes in ancient legends and modern media
myth and folklore
your personal issues
Nothing is off-limits!
The Mythic perspective may forever change the way you think about your favorite stories--and yourself.
Caution: Listening to this podcast may contribute to increased synchronicity in your life.
The Origin of Aphrodite
Host Boston Blake connects the dots between Wonder Woman, Aphrodite, and the origin of the world according to Greek mythology.
Persons, places, and things mentioned in this episode:
https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0451279/ (Wonder Woman (the movie))
https://www.amazonarchives.com/all-titles/date/1940s/1942/wonder-woman-volume-1-1 (Wonder Woman (comics))
https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0082186 (Clash of the Titans)
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Joseph_Campbell (Joseph Campbell)
https://bookshop.org/books/d-aulaire-s-book-of-greek-myths/9780440406945?aid=25249andlistref=greek-mythology-9d4b0fd5-0719-4bed-80c6-a2967f223cd6 (D'Aulaire's Book of Greek Myths)
https://bookshop.org/books/mythology-timeless-tales-of-gods-and-heroes-75th-anniversary-illustrated-edition-e205cdf9-80ab-4771-96d9-90fc789dde2f/9780316438520?aid=25249andlistref=greek-mythology-9d4b0fd5-0719-4bed-80c6-a2967f223cd6 (Edith Hamilton's Mythology)
https://www.audible.com/pd/Mythos-Audiobook/1452184712?qid=1620285016 (Mythos by Stephen Fry)
Do you love myths, legends, and folklore -- gods, heroes, monsters, fairies, elves, magical artifacts, and wild adventures that are also journeys into the Self? Then Mythic may just be your jam.
Host Boston Blake weaves the fantastical into the ordinary world, connecting ancient archetypes to contemporary life. Media, culture, and the mundane become magical when viewed from a mythic perspective.
Caution: May cause an increase in synchronicity.
Renita Wellman and the Goddesses Within
Organizational psychologist Renita Wellman discusses her journey from Catholic school to an intentional community, narrative therapy, her Jungian perspective, and how the goddesses in everywoman manifest in her.