At the end of the day one of the best ways to bring about self-healing, whether it’s an illness or some other problem, is to break free from the shackles of our self-absorption, elevate ourselves and have a good look around, finally integrating ourselves into a much bigger picture both in terms of time and space, just like we do in the “view from above”. It’s a brilliant practice which encourages to abandon the illusory idea of a being a discreet entity and become part of the whole instead. After all “to heal” means “to make whole”.
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The world of Salo is chilling due to its similarity to the real world in terms of structure. Rules must be followed, punishment is harsh. Some of the rules seem ridiculous and contradictory – but this performs a more subversive function. When two opposing rules appear to cancel each other out, guaranteed punishment ensures a greater sublimation of the ego and subjection of the will. [For more info on how this works, get hold of Kogon’s Theory & Practice Of Hell – there’s a chapter devoted to the rules of a WW2 German-run concentration camp. An inmate’s work clogs had to be free of mud otherwise a beating would result. If work clogs were clean, the inmate was deemed not to be working hard enough and a beating would result.]