Welcome to the introduction of the 6-week course ‘Mindfunda Mythology‘
In contradiction to our mainly scientific approach on ‘Dreaming about the Brain‘, this course is for you if;
- You want to bring more depth to your interpretation of dreams, and/or
- You want to know more about symbolism in dreams and in everyday life.
It will help you in finding answers to questions like ‘How did the world come into being’, where we explore both Genesis and the Big bang in a mythological sense.
We will look at the symbolism of animals. We will look at the mythology of men, with extra attention to the Jungian concept of animus, and women with the anima as main topic.
The trickster, with all its wickedness, will be the topic of the fifth lesson, and the mythological course will end with what Jung has called ‘the mythology of the West’; the story of the Grail.
Composing the content of each individual lesson took us weeks of research and preparation, so each lesson is the equivalent of a 20-30 pages A4/Letter-sized booklet. All 6 lessons are now presented to you in a professional e-learning environment at a reasonable bundle price of just $99,-
This course has no prerequisite or entry level requirements, but will only require a broad interest in mythology and your inert will to complete. To get the most of the course, you should claim some weekly spare time for yourself.
But you can easily use your lunch break or that annoying waiting time while commuting, too. Life is too short to waste time on reading adds.
We will provide you with one lesson a week, where completing a small quiz or some exercises will test your knowledge and shall unlock next weeks’ lesson. Exclusive excercises will help you focus on the matter and help you practice what you learned that week.
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Introduction to Mindfunda Mythology
ML1: The Creation Myth: Genesis and Big Bang
The Creation Myth: Genesis and Big Bang
1.1 The Story of Myth
1.2 Myths of Origin
1.3 Symbols of the older part of Genesis
1.4 Symbols of the younger part of Genesis
2.1 Big Bang Science as a form of mythology
2.2 Big Bang Theory: the creation of the universe
2.3 Creation of matter, the God particle
2.4 Our Earth
2.6 Darkness and shadow.
ML2: The Amazing Animal: the animal in mythology.
1.2 The nature of the bond between animal and human
2.1 Mythological animals: The Bear
2.2 Mythological animals: The Serpent
2.3 Mythological animals: The Horse
2.4 Mythological animals: The Dog
ML3: Mythology of Men
3.1 Mythology of Men
3.2 Biological Facts
3.3 Testosterone and Dreaming
3.4 Masculine Types
3.5 Jungian Archetypes
3.6 Iron Hans
3.8 Deer Woman and the Velvet Anchored Moon
3.9 Changing Genders in Dreams
3.1 Mythology of Men
ML4: Mythology of Women
1.1 Mythology of Women
1.2 Female Archetypes
1.3 Becoming Authentic: Women Who Run with Wolves
1.4 Persephone and Demeter
1.5 Jung and His Anima
ML5: Mythology of the Trickster
1.1 Trusting the Trickster
1.2 Lying Loki: the Killing Prankster
1.3 Carl Gustav Jung: the Know-It-All Trickster
1.4 Tricking the Animal
1.5 Death: Tricking the Final Trickster?
MA1: Appendix to Lesson 1
Get your dream journal and look up a dream that has a lot of emotional content for you. Go to the part in your dream that is loaded with emotions.
Next follow the Exercises to Lesson ML1
MA3: Appendix to ML3
appendix to complete ML3, contains 10 helpfull exercises and all literature references