Once the hero has answered the call to action to begin their self-actualizing journey (stage 1), and left behind their old self to become a transcendental being (stage 2), there is one final step to complete: the stage where they put their new self into action.
This is the Re-Make stage.
As Johann Wolfgang von Goethe said: “Knowing is not enough; we must apply. Willing is not enough; we must do.”
Bringing the new self back into existence is just as important as it was to leave regular life. It completes the cycle as it symbolizes rebirth—the former is over and done-wit, and it’s time for a new age of enlightenment.
At this stage, all the lessons are applied to real life. All the tools and skills and earned achievements are used to take regular life up a notch.
Freedom to Live
At this stage, the hero is equipped with amazing self-mastery and discipline that allow them to choose how to spend the rest of their days. Because of this self-mastery, the hero is powerful, wise, skillful, and able to accomplish anything as they see the true natures of their self and the world. They are able to live int he present. which leads to freedom of fear and, therefore, have the freedom to live.
At this point, you can start the process again with a new call to action that will take you to newer, even higher planes.
The choosing how to live concept was the catalyst for my mental health initiative Choose to Live through which I hope to reach people suffering from depression, those who have been abused, and those having suicidal thoughts .
Click here or on the logo to learn more about the Choose to Live initiative.