In the second part of our interview (first part here), Alexandra Wilson, of northern Wales in the U.K., continues with her radical approach to death and dying. She talks about making peace with death, and about the force in each of us which wants to return to where we came from, and to find rest in the source of our being.
“When the fear of death dissipates, death itself is a joy. When the fear of loss dissipates, then loss itself contains joy,” Alexandra says.
Also, Alexandra and I engage in some heretical criticism of the Deep Adaptation philosophy.
I offer Alexandra the title “Prophetess of Doom,” which, upon consideration, she is willing to accept. “If I am a person who brings that truth to consciousness, which enables the process of grieving, such that we can collectively accept and be with the reality of what is, then I’ll take that,” she says.
If you haven’t read Alexandra’s extraordinary paper, see it here.
ADVISORY: If you are triggered by talk about death, be advised that Alexandra’s approach, though thoroughly compassionate, is unusually direct.