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    Quote Originally Posted by gromit View Post
    Why pity?
    It was pity that saved the hero Parsifal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Victor View Post
    Pity the country that needs heros. And pity Typology Central.

    We have had one hero on Typology Central who has remorsely criticised mbti, Jung and astology. But he has no more left to give and need to pass on the baton.

    We need another hero to critique the anneagram and online personality tests. We need another hero to take the flak. We need another hero strong enough to overturn the anneagram. We need another hero to fight impossible odds and win.

    We need another hero to celebrate, worship and love.

    We need another hero to save us from ourselves.

    Will you step up to join the immortals?
    We're all heroes, Victor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ginkgo View Post
    We're all heroes, Victor.
    If we are all heroes, then none are heroes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Victor View Post
    If we are all heroes, then none are heroes.
    [YOUTUBE="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5yGeroywBuo"].[/YOUTUBE]

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    I remember learning this in one of my college English classes, and then going over it again in Humanities. It's fascinating. I understand it best in its "clock" diagram.



    I also stumbled across this excellent cross with the Enneagram.



    I have read that in psychological terms it can also describe the accumulation and processing of new information, moving from conscious into unconscious and to conscious again. In that way it is much more primal and universal.

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    The hero's journey cycle is better explained at http://www.youtube.com/clickokdotcodotuk

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    Quote Originally Posted by Victor View Post
    If we are all heroes, then none are heroes.
    Heroes aren't graded on the curve.

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    Quote Originally Posted by skylights View Post
    I remember learning this in one of my college English classes, and then going over it again in Humanities. It's fascinating. I understand it best in its "clock" diagram.



    I also stumbled across this excellent cross with the Enneagram.



    I have read that in psychological terms it can also describe the accumulation and processing of new information, moving from conscious into unconscious and to conscious again. In that way it is much more primal and universal.
    I love these. Absolutely love them. Thanks for posting. Big diagramatic things like this are the win.

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    Quote Originally Posted by skylights View Post
    I remember learning this in one of my college English classes, and then going over it again in Humanities. It's fascinating. I understand it best in its "clock" diagram.



    I also stumbled across this excellent cross with the Enneagram.



    I have read that in psychological terms it can also describe the accumulation and processing of new information, moving from conscious into unconscious and to conscious again. In that way it is much more primal and universal.
    Quote Originally Posted by branson View Post
    The hero's journey cycle is better explained at http://www.youtube.com/clickokdotcodotuk
    Thank you for these posts! Both give very accessible information.

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