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Mythology, Psychology, and Language...

We know you all see us talking a lot about psychological processes, modern myths, linguistic leverage, philosophical progress, and healthy communication. Phrases like Mind Your Myths™ and Imythiation™ can be especially vague at first.

A natural question that may be popping up in your mind: "What exactly do these people do?"

Fair. Phrasing like this can get abstract and confusing because such catch phrases may, on the surface, seem unrelated and scattered. However, that's not at all how we see and utilize them.

Let's go ahead and talk about their connections:

Myths are the stories within us that we don't always know we have in us. They are the archetypal images and beliefs that underline human existence. Greek gods, heroes that go on similar (even identical) journeys of discovery and transformation, story lines that are decades apart but close together in their arcs - these are all the depictions we have within our collective consciousness.

Our minds are always seeking to align our known experiences with an unknown ether.

And so, if these stories are in our mind, they definitely have effects on our talk and psychology. They play out in the way we interpret our human experiences, the ways in which we behave and interact with our fellow humans, and the collective understanding of our human existence.

The emotions experienced and our perceptual experiences are filtered by these stories and their effects on our psyches, as well as our general language use and physiology.

The interesting thing is that the only way to read or convey stories, and the only way to discuss what we are experiencing in our minds is to talk and send messages. Messages require the art of language and communication. Having an effective, healthy, informative conversation means utilizing communication (language, messages, symbols, non-verbals, etc) that is effective, healthy, and informative. Communication, really, is words, gestures, and art that transmit the messages of what we're experiencing while also leaving room for us to receive transmissions of others' experiences.

This is why myths, psychology, language, art, and healthy communication are interrelated:

They all underline and outline our experiences. Whether we know it or not, each is present within our daily routines. This is why we rely on mythology, psychology, linguistics, and communication together.

We rely on all these categories to inform us in our work. Our goal is always to strengthen connections, increase understanding, ensure each person is being understood, and enhance messaging strategies.

If you're looking to advance your mission and connections with more effective, advanced insights, reach out. We're happy to talk about our process and find a plan of action that fits what you're doing. At the very least, a fun, informative conversation will be had by everyone! Let's talk. Learn about our services.


/Temme Meil\

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- Joseph Campbell


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