ETHOS II: MYTHOPOETICS: Emotion, Archetype, and Imagination
Please answer the following essay questions in a thorough manner, but not exceeding 350 words.
If you are applying for more than one Ethos Program, and you have already responded to the 3 GENERAL QUESTIONS, you can skip to the 3 ETHOS II QUESTIONS.
Complete Application Due Jan 10, 2021

Collateral Certification Requirements: None
Collateral Experientia Requirements: Ethos Program I & Ethos Program III
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GENERAL QUESTION 1: Among all of the body-mind systems and/or academic humanities programs available for your study, what is it about the tradition of MogaDao that inspires you to become an authority of its practices and ideations?
GENERAL QUESTION 2: In a world in which faith in any kind of authority has become suspect—mostly due to the hegemony of consumerism upon the altruism of the heart, and the abuses of power—describe what healthy, and helpful, authority looks like to you.
GENERAL QUESTION 3: What are some of your fears, in terms of the accomplishment of your goal as teacher of one or more of MogaDao’s Ethea?
ETHOS II QUESTION 1: If it is true that we are in a sense in the service of various archetypal images and forces—even entities, if one pushes mysticism far enough—forces which change over the course of a life, what are some of those archetypal forces that have shaped you and are still shaping you?
ETHOS II QUESTION 2: Everyone has a “mythos,” or basic story about the fundamental spiritual scope and purpose of their life. This scope is more or less defined in an individual, but universally present. As best as you can, define your “mythos,” at least in so far as you can feel and articulate it at this moment in your life’s journey—for a mythos continues to emerge over time and cannot be fixed in time.
ETHOS II QUESTION 3: To the degree possible, without a sense of an invasion of too much of your privacy or a molestation of the sanctum of your inner world, contemplate a time in your life when your emotions were just not available to you. What were the circumstances, personal and internal, and outwardly circumstantial, that contributed to your being out of touch with the powers of your emotions?
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