• 17.) p.63 What if we saw these traumatic events as initiating in the soul a sense of embodiment as a vulnerable experiencing subject?
  • 16.) p. 63 What is the difference between a fixation on what was done and who did it, and seeing the importance in that it was done?
  • 15.) p. 62 How does it alter our notion of trauma if we see it as a need to look back and have our signal remembrance engraved into the psychic body
  • 14.) p. 62 How do solid facts (my degree, my property, my car accident, etc.) are places where psychic body is salted away and stored?
  • 13.) p. 61 What is the difference between salt and lead, salt saying "It hurts," lead saying "I can't"? And how in our lives do we separate lead from salt?
  • 12.) p. 60 How may we connect to the saying that the soul licks its own wounds to derive sustenance thereof
  • 11.) p. 60 And how are these precious essences without which the soul cannot live? (see question #10)
  • 10.) p. 59 How does the saying that bodies that flow from our bodies (blood, urine, sweat, tears,) are the salts mined from our human nature relate to the notion (p.60) that salt is the mineral, impersonal, objective ground of personal experience, , making experience possible? And how does it make experience mine (my tears, my sweat and blood, my taste and value)?
  • 9.) p. 58 What are the effects of understanding body as the action of a substance: that which coagulates and brings embodiment about?
  • 8.) p. 57 Elements are also elementary living natures?
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