Breaking The Story Code

I am going to show you another side of story. Instinctively, we all know it’s “there,” and we’ve seen it a hundred times and all our lives, but we’re not talking about it.

This is a story that is present in almost every, single movie, song, book, and play.

The Story Formula is “What you Want + The Obstacle + How you Overcome your Obstacle to get what you want = Story

The Discovery of The Self “Story” + The Obstacles are The Conformist, The Narcissist + The Victory of Happiness, Getting the Self, Getting What you Want

To demonstrate this, I am going to use 4 examples:

Cloudy With A Chance of Meatballs

  • Flint and Sam (11th) “Threw himself away”
  • Flint’s Father (4th)
  • Baby Brent (Displaced Identity)
  • Flint’s Mother (6th) Nurtured His Self
  • Mr T. (The Police Officer) Office Earl (4th)

How To Train Your Dragon

  • Hiccup (6th)
  • Stoick the Vast (Hiccup’s Father) (2nd)
  • Hiccup’s Mother (6th) Nurtured His Self
  • The Traditions (2nd)

Star Wars: A New Hope

  • Luke (5th)
  • Uncle Owen (2nd)
  • Obi Wan Kenobi (6th) Nurtured Luke’s Self

The Hobbit And Lord Of The Rings

  • Bilbo and Frodo (6th)
  • Gandalf (6th) Nurtured Bilbo’s Self
  • “Societal Expectations” (2th)

Harry Potter

  • Harry (5th)
  • Uncle Vernon (2nd and 3rd)
  • Dumbledore and The Mirror of Erised (6th)

The 7-Parts of the Self

  • Identity
  • Defense System
  • Intuition
  • Imagination
  • Conscious Awareness
  • Fear (Self-Preservation)
  • Logical Beliefs


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