Our thoughts regarding what happens when we die add to a body of knowledge that will grow throughout our life, albeit often unconsciously. We gather our internal, semi-conscious thoughts about death from…
…Sliding into Unconscious and Hallucinatory States:
- Falling Asleep
- Experience with Hallucinogenics
- Drifting out of consciousness during illness.
- Subconsciously tuning into ones death transmission via smoking.
- Entering into life-long debt, (the term “mortgage” derives from an expression in French meaning “death pledge”).
- Cheering on silver screen killers as they administer morally self-righteous death.
- Carlos Castaneda’s idea of “death as an adviser”.
- Carl Jung’s semi-channelled book “The Seven Deadly Sermons”.
- The Tibetan Book of the Dead
- Ideas from Hinduism and Buddhism, including concepts such as reincarnation and Samadhi.
Death logic is about bringing our hidden thought on mortality into a state of lucidity and applying logical reasoning.
Questions to Consider
- Does the body partly want to die and decay?
- TWE is death a misunderstood creative force?
- If we live in an “age of revelation”, does that imply the mechanics of death will be revealed to an extent?