Joseph Campbell: Sukhavati Trailer

Joseph Campbell: Sukhavati Trailer (2005)

01 January 2005

- Travel with mythology expert Joseph Campbell as he explores shared iconic imagery that marks the human experience and influences our ability to dream and find our spiritual center. Campbell suggests that all religions share the same path to enlightenment, but it's up to us to make the actual journey. Evidence of the commonality of mythological symbols is investigated in the ruins of Ajanta in India, Delphi in Greece and Stonehenge in England. -

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