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The Hero's Journey: A Voyage of Self-Discovery

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This text shows you how to reconnect with your spirit, how to hear your call and how to cross the threshold and start your hero's journey to self discovery and transformation.
Hardcover, 272 pages
Published January 20th 2010 by Crown House Publishing (first published November 10th 2009)
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Jan 24, 2019 rated it it was amazing
This books shows the work of amazing Robert Dilts and Stephen Gilligan in a regular workshop. With the experience of having being there myself, it was no difficult for me to understand how to identify the most powerful lessons that adding to NLP powerful techniques, struggling and difficult moments can lead to a resilient and stronger person.
Phil Reed
I'd been meaning to read this book for sometime now - having trained with Robert Dilts several years ago, and having enjoyed a few of his earlier books - and always being curious about Stephen Gilligan.

I found the read easy, enjoyable, profound, and certainly very different to the many straight nlp books I've read; this is of course because the content is more than nlp - extending into third generation nlp. So when I say this is an easy read - I don't recommend it as an nlp primer! Dilts and Gi
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The format of this book is really unusual, being essentially a transcription of four days worth of talks given by the authors. I found that a little jarring now and again, and it's difficult to figure out how to work through a lot of the exercises as many of them are written for two people. I also found some of the language to be a little New Agey for my tastes in places. Having said all of that, it's an immensely rewarding read and is overflowing with ideas and exercises on how to go about navi ...more
May 10, 2016 rated it it was amazing
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I first read this book when it had just come out. It is the transcript of a four-day workshop and could have done with some editing to make it readable. On the second time through, reading with a pencil and going back and forth many times, I got so much more out of it. Both Dilts and Gilligan are highly experienced and their use of language is superb. The concepts and exercises are often buried in the transcript, but I found it beneficial.
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“What we’re going to find is that it’s often very easy to sponsor the gift – to give it space, to allow it to grow. The greater challenge is often to sponsor the wound, the “demon,” or the shadow. We don’t want to sponsor it – we want to get rid of it, we want to cure it, we want to control it, we want to fight it. But true healing and transformation come from being able to sponsor the wound, sponsor the demon, sponsor the shadow. That” 1 likes
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