Hero’s Journey Through the Wilshire Boulevard Temple Murals

This curriculum utilizes the images found in the mural of the Wilshire Boulevard Temple to illustrate the hero’s journey in Biblical and Jewish history.

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Using the Hero’s Journey to adopt a positive philosophy

Mike Pegg, the “Positive Encourager,” incorporates the Hero’s Journey in his approach to Positive Psychology and Positive Philosophies. His website “looks at how we can help people to build on their strengths and achieve their picture of success” and “explores how we can encourage both present and future generations. It provides practical tools that people, teams and organisations can use to continue: To be positive…To do positive work…To help to build a positive planet.”  He has developed a “Strengths Approach,” which he offers on his website and in his mentorship and coachingClick here to see The Positive Encourager website.

Check out other powerful hero resources at TheHeroPlace, including Hero Tools (such as StoryCraft Hero-Story Writing Software) and Hero Organizations (such as the Gallery of Heroes) as well as other Hero Wisdom (such as that of script-writing coach Skip Press). Also, search or submit to hero databases (such as hero-story databases) from around the Internet in the Your Heroes section of TheHeroPlace.

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Corporate Filmmaking with the Hero’s Journey

Dare Dreamer Magazine presents “Applying ‘The Hero’s Journey’ Can Improve Your Corporate & Event Filmmaking,” explaining the use of the Hero’s Journey concept to “help you as an event or corporate filmmaker…by giving you a framework by which you can recognize the equivalent roles in the stories you’re telling, then construct the film you’re making in a similar fashion.” The article uses as an illustration the author’s trip to Kolkata, India “to film a mission trip for one of my clients, Peachtree Presbyterian Church. They support Mahima, an after-care home for girls rescued from sex trafficking. Every year they send a handful of church volunteers to Mahima to meet the girls, hear their stories, see their transformed lives, and get a first-hand look at the need. A few years ago I produced a short film for Peachtree where I highlighted a then high school student that attended the trip and how that trip affected her (she’s actually gone twice). This year was the first time her parents went, and it was there I found my hero’s journey story…”

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Check out other powerful hero resources at TheHeroPlace, including Hero Tools (such as StoryCraft Hero-Story Writing Software) and Hero Organizations (such as the Gallery of Heroes) as well as other Hero Wisdom (such as that of script-writing coach Skip Press). Also, search or submit to hero databases (such as hero-story databases) from around the Internet in the Your Heroes section of TheHeroPlace.

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