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The Hero/ine's Return

Albert, the Urban Monk, has done me the honour of hosting a guest post by me.

It is about the difference that self-awareness and ‘self-development’ work make to our daily lives. This is the part of the Hero/ine’s journey that is often less interesting – the end of the story. The quest with its conflict and drama easily engage our attention. But then the prize is won and we return to ‘normal’ life, changed in some way. The quest is for a purpose and the prize or achievement makes a difference.

The post is called The Hero/ine’s Return.

I think the Return is part of the Hero/ine’s journey that we need to pay attention to. Let me know what you think in the comments. I look forward to hearing from you.

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I'm Evan Hadkins. To find out how to live a more satisfying life you can download my manifesto on living authentically. It is a book of exercises to guide you to finding, nourishing and living from the core of who you are.

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