Santa Muerte

A personification of death, she is associated with healing, protection, and safe delivery to the afterlife by her devotees.

She is a living presence in every life, and reminds us that as we go about our life, so full of the thoughts of physical life its pleasures and pains, we are in fact dual beings.

In every moment of our life we face the possibility of death. In fact we only live because we are constantly dying. Our body is all the time dying as thousands of cells die, and in doing so the new and living body can continue. If we allow ourselves to realise that it illustrates the meaning of the phoenix – it is consumed by the flames, and yet it arose anew. We have the fire of life within us, we eat and feed the fire that consumes us and gives birth to us continuously. It is the warmth of our body, the warmth, even passion, of our emotions and that is life – continuous through death.

Example: This was not a dream, but a direct perception during sleep. I saw that a large part of my being was dying, and another part coming to life. Andy

In sleep we die to our awareness of our body and us as a person. This is often called the little death, but in fact it is exactly like death in many ways. Some saints or holy women or men claim to remain aware in this ‘little death’ and tell of its transformation. They describe it as a true duality of our life. The one we usually think it is us is life in the body, but that is only one part of our duality. The other part is the life eternal, a life without boundaries.

See Muerte – Levels of Awareness


-Diana Riojas 2017-05-17 8:47:22

She in my bed trying sexual stuff,floating in the air, touching me ,

-adrian 2016-03-12 4:14:23

If any one has good info on dream meanings and connection with regular life hmu please

Copyright © 1999-2010 Tony Crisp | All rights reserved