Julie Reshe Necropsychoanalysis

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Th e C a ta c o m bic M ac h in e
​Oct 26

Ju lie R e sh e |
N ec ro psy ch oan aly si s
The Catacombic Machine

Out of light comes darkness in the infinite play of destructivit. What was once whole has now
become incomplete, a new de-creation of death-in-life. We want to hold onto the very fabric of
living and beauty without realizing that each moment slips awa, creating space for something
new to emerge. It is this space of emergence which we find how meaning is made, through the
constructs of destruction.

This all might sound a bit dark, and that is the point. Without the serpent there would be no Fall,
hence no redemption. NecropsFKRDQDOsis does not have room for a savior, not even in the
form of the analVW, though. One could say that it is a process of becoming attuned to dLQJ,
that life is miserable and meaningless, a dark cavern with infinite depths. Instead of analVLs
leading the subject outside of the world of shadows into the daOLJKt of freedom,
necropsFKRDQDOsts seem to be co-developers of a deeper tread into darkness, the lightless
plunge further into modes of despair.

I’m not sure what to make of this, though. On the one hand, hasn’t the world seen enough of
messiahs? MaEH. However, the principle of developing coping mechanisms is a healthy step

when confronted with the evidence that our illusions enslave us to forms of reality which create
modes of destruction.
I really appreciated Julie’s thoughtfulness and her pushback towards clarit. Julie Reshe is a
necropsFKRDQDOst with a private practice that can be accessed through her website:
https://www.drjuliereshe.com/ ​. She is also professor of philosophy and director of the Institute
of PsFKRDQDOsis at the Global Center for Advanced Studies: ​https://thegcas.org/ ​.