Objectives 

This blog aims at grabbing the interest of those who are curious about myths and how they, in the dawn of the XXI century, still serve to explain WHAT WE ARE and HOW WE BEHAVE.

As a personal project, the articles are meant to help me with my own development in the field. They express my own point of view and, by no means, are intended to offend any readers, irrespective of their age, gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation, cultural background and religious or philosophical beliefs.

Editorial principles

THIS BLOG’S VISION
To cause a unique and lasting contribution to the fields of (Greek) Mythology, Psychology and Neuroscience by connecting the three disciplines with the latest developments and breakthroughs in our time.

THIS BLOG’S MISSION
To build a sound knowledge base through innovative, reflective, provocative and insightful articles and to disseminate this knowledge so that:

people can better understand themselves and others;

people can examine and regulate their thoughts, emotions, actions and behaviour in their daily interactions with the world around them;

people can equip themselves with indispensable psychological tools to triumph over some of the adversities in modern society.

THIS BLOG’S VALUES
COLLABORATION
Readers are seen as partners and therefore welcome to freely express their own points of view on the articles posted.

INDEPENDENCE
This blog offers its readers informed opinions and critical analysis free of any form of extraneous compulsion or restraint.

INNOVATION
This blog offers original and inventive thoughts to provide readers worldwide with fresh inspiration and positive motivation.

INTEGRITY
This blog prides itself for its ethical, unbiased, fair, trustworthy, unbigoted and honourable standards.

OPTIMISM
This blog provides a realistic assessment of human behaviour but believes human beings are intrinsically virtuous and will share a more egalitarian society in the future.

PASSION
This blog can only be realised through the necessary passionate enthusiasm which is expected to also inspire and impel its readers.