Tuesday, March 24, 2009

"Don Quixote", the axis linguistico literature in the Caribbean, "the precursor of sicoanalisis" says therapist in France.

The conception of the spirit of "Don Quixote", a hero capable of overcoming all obstacles through their trauma, has its source for thousands of years in Ganesha, goddess of India remover of obstacles, regent of the brain, the intellect, art and science. India has an influence on the axis of the Carib-Spanish language and some of its symbols are incorporated into the identity as a sign of civilization, regardless of language or language rules. Gualterio Nunez Estrada, Sarasota, Florida.


Main source: "BBC Mundo"http://news.bbc.co.uk/hi/spanish/misc/newsid_7959000/7959649.stm

Best-seller after the Bible, Don Quixote owes its success upon its release in its power to cure melancholy, as the author has developed, over fifty years. As patients go for care, as the author in his own life, Cervantes' Don Quixote charged, he called his son insane, to direct trauma experienced during his lifetime. Françoise Davoine fact that resonate with large text cases of his practice or events in his personal history. It describes how the episodes of successive crises of the knight errant is one way to relive the wars and the enslavement of Cervantes himself for five years in prison in Algiers, as the psychotic crises are ways to show what can be said in the silences orchestrated families and the society around major trauma. And at the same time, these crises show the folly way out. Here the therapist is Pança Sancho, who knows what is going to have had the experience. The book follows the step by step the various episodes of Don Quixote who open the progressive field of battle, since the mills and sail boats on which Cervantes fought against the Turks at the Battle of Lepanto until episode herds of sheep when he sees will be a global war on exactly the same fronts today in the Middle East. And when he has exhausted the investigation of all these true stories, Don Quixote takes the bush in the mountains. Through its analytical work literally, it will heal the trauma of others encountered along the way. Thus Don Quixote, the party only in its whim at the beginning of the book, eventually meet at the tavern more than thirty persons who, through his work as an analyst, could renew ties.Best-seller après la Bible, Don Quichotte doit son succès international dès sa parution à son pouvoir de guérir la mélancolie, comme l’a conçu son auteur, à plus de cinquante ans. Comme des patients qui passent pour fous, comme l’auteur dans sa propre vie, Cervantès a chargé Don Quichotte, qu’il appelle son fils fou, de mettre en scène les traumatismes traversés de son vivant. Françoise Davoine fait résonner ce grand texte avec des cas de sa pratique ou des événements de son histoire personnelle. Elle décrit comment les épisodes de crises successives du chevalier errant sont une façon de faire revivre les guerres et l’esclavage de Cervantès lui-même pendant cinq ans au bagne d’Alger, tout comme les crises psychotiques sont des façons de montrer ce qui ne peut se dire dans les silences orchestrés des familles et de la société, autour de traumatismes majeurs. Et en même temps, ces crises de folie indiquent le moyen d’en sortir. Ici le thérapeute est Sancho Pança, qui sait de quoi il retourne pour en avoir eu l’expérience. Le livre suit donc pas à pas les différents épisodes du Don Quichotte qui ouvrent le champ progressif des batailles, depuis les voiles des moulins et des bateaux sur lesquels Cervantes combattit contre les Turcs à la bataille de Lépante jusqu’à l’épisode des troupeaux de moutons où il voit se dérouler une guerre internationale exactement sur les mêmes fronts qu’aujourd’hui au Moyen-Orient. Puis, quand il a épuisé l’investigation de toutes ces histoires réelles, Don Quichotte prend le maquis dans la montagne. Grâce à son travail littéralement analytique, il va guérir les traumatismes des uns et des autres rencontrés en chemin. Ainsi Don Quichotte, parti seul dans ses lubies au début du livre, finit par réunir à la taverne plus de trente personnes qui, grâce à son travail d’analyste, ont pu renouer des liens

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