On Being a Man with Robert Bly and Michael Meade

posted by Eivind on February 9, 2011, at 11:00 pm

Jason Schroeder, one of my readers, passed along this video series of Robert Bly and Michael Meade. As always, I happily pass along the information. It's golden as usual. And a great opportunity for me to get to know Michael Meade a little bit. I have never seen him "in the flesh" before and I really enjoyed it. They form a dynamic due for sure!

Part #1: Fathers and Sons

Part #2: An Old Conversation, The Lonely Heart

Part #3: The Warrior, Mythology & Killing The Lizard

A lot of what they talk about in the Warrior segment is closely related to my treatment of Last Samurai.

Part #4: Initiation

Part #5: Toward a Men's movement, Grief

Part #6: Blessing

Good stuff, huh?

  • Andrew

    It isn’t right to use the taijitu in a context that has nothing to do with it. The sacred taijitu (featured prominently in the background of this page) is a religious symbol, just like the cross, crescent, menorah, om, medicine wheel, etc. It is as sacred to Taoists as the cross is to Christians. The taijitu is frequently used by people who think it’s cool but really have no idea what it means. This isn’t right. Please reconsider treating this sacred symbol sacriligiously (without any understanding of it’s meaning). Thank you.

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