The individual who has come to understand life and death in respiration is able to be the caretaker of balance in the world.
The conceptual work of this book was merely preparation for the task; the real work of finding balance requires constant practice.
This chapter proposes that the same way in which the “hero’s journey” is just a metaphor for finding individual wholeness and balance, so too is individual wholeness a microcosm for creating wholeness and balance in the world.
The concept ‘Both, and yet Neither’ means a thing and its opposite are not contradictions, but rather superpositions.
This chapter explores death as the creative ocean of the unconscious, which is not ‘outside’ of life, but rather at its very heart.
This chapter explores our conscious experience of life through language, which, in its broadest sense, is a system of symbols set in opposition to one-another – the realm of duality.
This chapter presents my personal narrative as a way into the content of the book, hoping to prime the theory-to-come with emotional salience.