We are continuing our conversations with Paul Rebillot on the topic of the Healing Theatre – the combination of acting and drama, mythology, gestalt therapy, and rituals. For more information about Paul and his work, please visit his website – Direct Impact Creativity.
In this segment, Paul touches upon some of the most important, most immediate, yet perhaps the deepest and most impactufl aspects of mythological and ritual transformations.
- Knowing your true call, and the many places it can come from
- Inside, outside, from God, and even from… behind
- Levels of resistance (to the true call)
- World around you
- Yourself – the “demon of resistance”
- The Supreme Ordeal
- A Question of Life and Death (what happens if you refuse your call?)
- “All of life is the rehearsal for the next moment”
- Integration of the daemon (the fear) and the hero (the call)
- Peeling off the Masks
- Playing a role and forgetting myself, and how to return to my true self
- Healing – learn to do nothing, and just be present.
- Coming to closure
- Your call – and other people
- Owning the sense of self-responsibility.
- Saving the World – one person at a time
- The “Mini-Schizophrenic episode”
- Original thought that shatters the old forms
- The Loss of the Ritual
- Transformation without structure is madness
[techtags: Myth, Mythology, Hero’s Journey, Paul Rebillot]
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