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17.03.2001 - Interpretation of dali48
Often, the "Mokoy" (psyche) clings to the soul of the surviving spouse or other related person - so that after death, these people can not be detached from the emotional dependence on the deceased... - The "Mokoy" Is certainly the "dark part" of our being, which must be driven out with powerful rituals... - "Aborigines" also call "Mokoy" the "shadow" - the shadow of man disappears with death - while his light part, the "Birimbirr" (ancestral soul), still is existing... - The nature of reincarnation depends on many uncertainties, for if an ancestry wants to embody it, it does not necessarily have to take the form of a man... - It can be embodied in everything possible, as an animal, a plant, a rock, a river, or some other natural phenomenon... - This is not important for the "Aborigines" because everything in nature has the same value and the same right of existence according to their view... - If we were not connected in love to the faded person - then burials are for us a rather burdensome duty, after which we quickly go back to the agenda... - The dying and burial of others reminds us unpleasantly of our own transience... - What is the deeper meaning of these ceremonies? - Well, they are a psychological mourning... - All negative emotions from loss to debt feelings, are shown, albeit in ritualized form... - Our psychiatrists live to a part of our shedding tears at best during the farewell to the dead - and that we swallow the rest of our grief... - In therapy, the patient is to experience the event once again - to make up for the missing mourning work... (R. Craan)
17.03.2001 Post by dali48
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