Memory Of The Blood
According to Carl Jung, who created the field of analytical psychology, we all have an individual subconscious mind, but we each also have access to a greater collective unconscious, which includes our ancestors. Blood memory is one part of, or one way of accessing a part of, the collective unconscious.
The entirety of the collective unconscious includes all thoughts, feelings, and wisdom of all people who have ever lived. Blood memory encompasses the thoughts, feelings and wisdom of the ancestors of one’s own specific culture, totem, clan or race. More from Robert Sepehr, author and anthropologist.