Groundhog Day is about life transformation.
It is an exceptional movie about change, transformation, and how to be happy.
It’s a different hero’s journey, in which the hero gets the chance to do the same day over and over again, until he is truly transformed by the process.
The hero journey is not really about how you have to change your life so that you become something you never were before. It is about becoming who you truly are.
In Joe Versus The Volcano, the hero in Joe—Joe’s authentic self—had gone into hiding because Joe was afraid.
How Joe Became Afraid
We find out in the session with Dr. Ellison that Joe had worked in the fire department. He left the fire department because he didn’t feel good. Dr. Ellison diagnoses Joe’s problem this way. Read more…
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When we last left Phil in Can You Change Your Life With Sweet Vermouth And A Twist?, the weatherman stranded in Punxsutawney by a mysterious time loop was trying to get what he wanted in life by claiming that he loved Nancy and then Rita. At that point in Phil’s life story, his talk about love was a tool of manipulation. Phil had not yet experienced unconditional love for Rita.
From False Declarations To Unconditional Love
The language of “love” is a profoundly tricky business, because it is so often shaped by our own needs and desires to get what we want. Love that is truly selfless, truly unconditional, truly focused on the other, is rare. Read more…