The Hero Goes Away

The hero goes away. Each hero and heroin receive the call to initiate a full way of tests and possibilities. The call is in different forms, sometimes imperceptible and another estrambtica. It is the call towards the stranger. How we got to decipher the message of the call is almost esoteric. Often it comes in key; small certainties that are accumulated one of another one above, until it is impossible to ignore them. Other times, it arrives from blow. The call is thus.

Joseph explains it to Campbell in the Hero with Thousand Faces. The hero is in the zone of the ordinary when note that something does not fit; he receives information that reveals another space to him, in the form of a call, of a call towards the stranger. According to Campbell, this first stage of the mythological day that &quot named; the call to aventura" , it means that the destiny is calling to the hero and has moved the gravitational center of his spirit, of the relative to the stranger. A listened to trip. Innumerable they are the examples that we can find in Literature in relation to the call of the hero. collective spaces of the human thought like mythology, if we analyzed in detail, are also deprived spaces, individual.

The figure of the hero and the call to the stranger, are images that also touch to the individual. Nobody escapes of the call, of the calls remove that us from our center they throw and us to the mystery of the anything. I create thus it. The happiness appears with the call of the hero. Because to listen what the destiny has what to say approaches us more whom we are. And if sufficiently we are disciplined in taking care of the call and to venture to us, the happiness takes body and it helps us in the way. Gotitas of happiness begins to fall to us raises and to leave inside. For seven years. It was Friday around the three of afternoon of November of the 2003. I was single to the doctor and, there, immediately, it said to me that it had cancer. At that moment I felt a tug so hard that I am sure that the body became lost to me by days. the destiny took hold to me off guard and it did not give the opportunity to say to him that no. me. That was my call. Of this I am safe. All we received the call. Perhaps, by that reason, to explain our inevitable subjection to us to the destiny, we have resorted to Gods and heroes. I believe that only thus, our capacity of spiritual digestion, can approach a little the mystery of the call of the hero, the one that Odiseo received in the Odyssey, or you or I can receive any day. Original author and source of the article.