“The soul, the anima/animus, establishes the relationship to the unconscious. In a certain sense this is also a relationship to the collectivity of the dead; for the unconscious corresponds to the mythic land of the dead, the land of the ancestors. If, therefore, one has a fantasy of the soul vanishing, this means that it … Continue reading #2 – Life & Death: Death, Rebirth, Afterlife
❤ Some more food for thought - from my intuition years ago - with a few of my sketches. Keep exploring YOU - June 5th, 2012 Death of a Body When I die, lay me down beneath a young nourished tree Where the sun plays peek-a-boo from behind the branches If I die, lay me down where … Continue reading Death of a Body
“The meaning of my existence is that life has addressed a question to me. Or, conversely, I myself am a question which is addressed to the world, and I must communicate my answer, for otherwise I am dependent upon the world’s answer. That is a supra-personal life task, which I accomplish only by effort and … Continue reading Life & Death series, post 1: Life
Myths & Legends of India When Death Speaks – pp. 111 Yama ~*~ A melancholy rishi called Aruni had a burning longing for spiritual wisdom and the certainty of heaven and had given away all his possessions in sacrificial offerings to the gods. But when he wanted to give away his cows too, he realized gloomily that they … Continue reading Myths & Legends of India: When Death Speaks
Happy new year everyone. For my end of the year blog post, I would like you to reflect on modern medicine and palliative care. Death and dying is a sore subject, and in the western world it seems, so many focus on a cure. When it comes to terminal illness, a cure can not be … Continue reading New Yorker Article, Letting Go: What should medicine do when it cant save your life?