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Hero's journey separation
Hero's journey separation
Hero's journey separation
Hero's journey separation
Hero's journey separation
Hero's journey separation
Hero's journey separation
Hero's journey separation
Hero's journey separation
Hero's journey separation
Hero's journey separation
Hero's journey separation
Hero's journey separation
Hero's journey separation
Hero's journey separation
Hero's journey separation
Hero's journey separation
Hero's journey separation
Hero's journey separation
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Hero's journey separation

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  • 1. The Hero’s Journey THE SEPARATION
  • 2. The Hero’s Journey Call to Adventure/Extraordinary Birth Ordinary World
  • 3. The Call to Adventure  The Hero(ine) is:  Challenged to go on a quest or solve a problem  Judged by relations with others  Must be willing to sacrifice for ideals  Usually male of lowly birth, absent parents OR set apart (extraordinary birth)  More than one “call” is possible: Hero might not accept at first.
  • 4. The Ordinary World  The Ordinary World is:     Thrown off balance Missing or in need of something Within the hero’s comfort zone Can be a physical place or a mental/emotional state
  • 5. Harry Potter
  • 6. Luke Skywalker
  • 7. Take a Minute  Explain the problems involved in these heroes’ adventures.  Do you think the two “ordinary worlds” are both physical places? Why or why not?  What is your “ordinary world”? Is it physical, mental, or emotional?
  • 8. The Hero’s Journey Call to Adventure/Extraordinary Birth Refusal of the Call Ordinary World
  • 9. Refusal of the Call  The Hero(ine) can accept OR refuse the call  When he/she refuses:  Express hesitation or fear  Afraid to leave life behind  Not willing to change  Not ready to accept  Too selfish
  • 10. Luke Skywalker
  • 11. Take a Minute How is Luke’s attitude about the journey different than ObiWan Kenobi’s? How does Obi-Wan Kenobi’s attitude tie back into the idea of “community”?
  • 12. The Hero’s Journey Call to Adventure/Extraordinary Birth Refusal of the Call Mentor Ordinary World
  • 13. Mentor  The mentor:        Guides the hero(ine) Motivates Gives insight “All-knowing” Training/lessons (Magical) gifts Seeks to empower the hero
  • 14. Take a Minute What mentors have you had in your life? Do you have a “mentor” that guides you or seeks to empower you? How do they do this?
  • 15. Gandalf
  • 16. Take a Minute How does Gandalf giving advice influence Frodo differently than giving him a physical gift? Do you personally find gifts or advice more important? Why?
  • 17. The Hero’s Journey Call to Adventure/Extraordinary Birth Refusal of the Call Mentor Supernatural Aid Ordinary World
  • 18. Supernatural Aid  Usually given by the mentor to help the hero(ine)  The mentor knows what’s coming  The Aid may be:       Advice Gift Weapon Magic Person Map
  • 19. The Fellowship
  • 20. Take a Minute How do Galadriel’s gifts to the Fellowship reveal information about her? How is Galadriel’s aid different than Gandalf’s?
  • 21. The Hero’s Journey Call to Adventure/Extraordinary Birth Refusal of the Call Mentor Supernatural Aid Ordinary World Threshold Guardian
  • 22. The Threshold Guardian  The Threshold Guardian:  Guards the way into the Supernatural World  Protects the Supernatural World  Tests the hero(ine)  The Hero(ine):  Must bypass obstacles  Prove him/herself to pass
  • 23. The Gatekeeper

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