Joseph Campbell said that bliss comes when we put aside the passing moment with its terror, temptations, and statements of requirements of life. When you follow your bliss, you will go where your body and soul want to be. Campbell believed in “being”, “full consciousness”, and “rapture.” If you hang on to your rapture it will bring being and consciousness. If you recognize your joy, hold on to it and don’t let it go. You may find yourself on the path you ought to be on – doors will open where you least expect them. Join us as we view and discuss a segment of “Sacrifice and Bliss” from a series of interviews between Bill Moyers and Joseph Campbell that aired on PBS in 1988, entitled Joseph Campbell and The Power of Myth.
Our service begins at 11 a.m. in the Lodge at Woodlawn School, just north of Davidson. Find us.
- Nursery for ages 0-PreK starting at 10:45 a.m, in the classroom adjacent to the Lodge.
- Religious Exploration for children, grades K-1 and 2-5, leaving the service after story time.
- Religious Exploration for adults, 9:45 a.m. Continuing discussion of Enneagram personality-typing tests (postponed from last week).