Discovering about Reaper and Fear of Death– Tmarc Tee



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December 23, 2020

Who is Reaper?

In many cultures, the Grim Reaper is the personification of death. With a skeleton face covered in a large black cape clutching a scythe, a grim reaper is often portrayed.

  • In ancient Greek mythology and religion, the bearded and winged young man, Thanatos, the god of death, accompanied the souls of the dead to the underworld.
  • In Hindu scriptures, Yama is the god of death, who sits on a black buffalo bearing a rope of souls.
  • In Chinese mythology, Yanluo is the deity of the underworld or hell.
  • In Norse mythology, Valkyries acted as Odin's messengers and the escorts of a warrior's soul who died in combat. They took the soul to the Hall of Odin, where they would be warriors in the afterlife, battling in the Battle of Ragnarok.
  • In Judaism and Christianity, The Archangels Michael and Gabriel are among the acknowledged Angels of Death. They are known for getting messages sent to mortals.
  • Azrael,the Islamic Angel of Death, is portrayed recording every soul in the world as a ledger.

What are features of grim reaper?

A Grim Reaper is believed to possess supernatural skills, including the ability to control events that guarantee the death of the chosen being, teleport people and things, cure wounds and diseases, and with a single touch destroy a living human.

A grim reaper has been personified in skeletal form since the Middle Ages, much like the human body after it has decayed. Wearing a black robe with a hood, which is possibly adapted from funeral services of different faiths, is often portrayed. A Grim Reaper also keeps an hourglass in some cultures that denotes the remaining time of the individual on earth.

In certain myths, by appearing in dreams when the sleeper's body is unable to move and soon dies of a heart attack, a grim reaper may cause someone's death.

What is Thanatopgobia?

“Thanatophobia" is widely regarded as the fear of death. More precisely, it may be a fear of death or a fear of the process of dying.

It's only normal for someone to worry as they age about their own health. It is also normal for someone, after they’ve gone, to think about their friends and family. In some individuals, however, these concerns may grow into more troublesome concerns and fears.

What are the Symptoms?

In this psychological disorder, the most common symptoms include:

  • more intense attacks of panic
  • elevated anxiety
  • dizziness, vertigo
  • sweating
  • palpitations in the heart or rapid heartbeats
  • nausea and sickness
  • stomach pain
  • high- or cold temperature sensitivity

How is Thanatophobia treated?

  1. Talk therapy: sharing what you're thinking with a therapist will help you deal with your emotions better. When these emotions arise, the therapist will also help you find ways to cope.
  2. Behavioral Cognitive Therapy: focus on creating realistic solutions to issues. The aim is to shift your thought style gradually and put your mind at ease when you are facing talk of death or dying.
  3. Relaxation techniques: when they arise, meditation, imaging, and breathing exercises may help alleviate the physical symptoms of anxiety. Over time, these strategies will help you generally reduce your particular fears.

The above is our research about Reaper and the Scary of Death. We are pleased to depict Reaper’s portrait in ourTattoo Skull Collection.This collection is made with tattoo vibes and skull patterns to tell us that we all have a devil inside.

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