Originally Posted by Imagination
Man, and his role as the observer is neglected and he becomes part of a static definition of reality. Illness is the result, as the body reacts on the conditions. It's a disruption, a compartmentalization like in business, in bureaucracy....
This is not quite correct. In illness, the disruption, that can't manifest otherwise, shows itself in a different apparition. One could say, illness ist the disruption unified, but, as we know, it's not the solution, it's more like an expression of an antagonism. Touch and making love are ways to become one and overcome compartmentalization. At the same time, they (more precisely: the motives and how people react to body-love) can be triggers for conflict and illness. When we define illness as movement and change (in any way), making love belongs to the progressive side of illness.