Death Denial: Response to ‘Griefwalker’

Wonderful response to watching the documentary “Griefwalker”. If you haven’t had a chance to watch it yet, link can be found here.

Chronicles of an Orange-Haired Woman!

Many of us disapprove of the circus, feeling it to be cruel and barbaric, scary and potentially lethal. Yet, we cannot resist the temptation to nip along to see, often through slitted eyes, the death-defying acts, the sight of huge and dangerous cats being controlled by a human being, the ghastly funny-sad faces of the clowns, the freak shows large and small. We thrill to the fear factor, and to the colour, the variety and the unknown hovering behind it all.

So it is with the circus that is death: We are unable to resist watching the graphic programmes on the television, reading horror books and detective stories, gawking at horrendous car crashes, feasting our eyes upon the evidence of the recently-departed.

We fear – and yet we engage.

Circus. Death. They have more in common than you might think. Read on…


I have long been terrified of death…

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About Running Elk

My given native name, Running Elk, was bestowed in 2008 as I took my first steps as a fully fledged Medicine Man of the Zuni tradition. A most unlikely candidate for the role, my journey as a healer began some four years prior. The detour onto the shamanic way was most unexpected, yet has been one of the most rewarding challenges to date.
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2 Responses to Death Denial: Response to ‘Griefwalker’

  1. alienorajt says:

    Thank you very much for reblogging. xxx

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