“Live Your Own Myth” Small Bumper Sticker
ROOT CONCEPTS progressive Small Bumper Stickers measure approx. 5.5 x 1.5 inches and are printed on high quality outdoor vinyl.
Our bumper stickers encourage freedom of speech, a healthy diet, a political voice, and the beauty of nature and spirituality. Let the world hear your voice with one of these bumper stickers!
This is one of the many unique
inspirational stickers youll only find from Infamous Network: Live Your
Campbell once said that Truth is one, the sages speak of
it with many names. Our lives are shaped by the myths we believe
Inspirational stickers like
this offer a daily reminder that we are the ones who are ultimately
in charge of our lives. We create our own story every day, based on
the way we interpret events.
Likewise, as also noted by
Joseph Campbell, myth on a personal basis is what we choose to believe
about the way we were raised, things that have happened to us, and the
way we have lived our lives. Breaking free from the unconscious chains
of outdated myths are what these inspirational stickers are all about.
Take charge of your own life! In other words, Live Your Own Myth!
“We must let go of the
life we have planned, so as to accept the one that is waiting for us.”
“The big question is whether you are going to be able to say a
hearty yes to your adventure.” -Joseph Campbell
“The organizing myth
of any culture functions in ways that may be either creative or destructive,
healthful or pathological. By providing a world picture and a set of
stories that explain why things are as they are, it creates consensus,
sanctifies the social order, and gives the individual an authorized
map of the path of a life. A myth creates the plotline that organizes
the diverse experiences of a person or a community into a single story.
We gain personal authority and power in the measure that we question
the myth that is upheld by “the authorities” and discover
and create a personal myth that illuminates and informs us.”
Sam Keen, Your Mythic Journey,
“I asked myself, ‘What
is the myth you are living?’ and found that I did not know. so I took
it upon myself to get to know ‘my’ myth, and I regarded this as the
task of tasks I simply had to know what unconscious or preconscious
myth was forming me.”
C.G.Jung, Swiss psychologist,