The Hero's Journey, the Scientific Method, creative models like Steiner's Planetary Model of Creativity; and esoteric models of light, e.g. the Chakras, the Sephirotic tree, sacraments, all share recognizable patterns. The patterns parallel the path of impulses as they are catalogued as events and travel through the nervous system, to be perceived as "thought," and translated into behavior, or action.
These standard models are associated with creating story, understanding and even wisdom. They have different names and different applications in differing fields of study.
Cecilia Beltran has put together a multi-media program which unveils how they may represent one uniquely human process hidden behind the limitation of human speech and sound.
Cecilia is one of the NY Mythology groups co-organizers. She is the author of the book The Darkness Before Light, and has presented to the group in the past. Cecilia was an advertising creative for McCann-Erickson, JWT and Publicis for over a decade. She was a pharmaceutical writer and worked with Pfizer, Roche and Nestle. Her work largely focused on fetal brain development and pediatric health. Also an accomplished photographer and artist, she is fascinated by the concept of mythology, creativity, and artistic expression as a function of human neurology.
Join us for this month's lively get together in a special venue with a very special presentation, and discussion. Meet new myth lovers, and revisit with old friends at our monthly meeting.