Barcelona 2004 Book


Edges of Experience: Memory and Emergence

Proceedings of the 16th International IAAP Congress
for Analytical Psychology
Edited by Lyn Cowan

Edited by Lyn Cowan

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Abramovitch, Henry Fergus, Corwin Miller, David L.
Adametz, Elisabeth Fina, Nadia Moore, Robert L.
Adams, Michael Vannoy Firetto, Antonio Morey, Jeffrey Rubin
Adorisio, Antonella Franco, Luciana De Morgan, Helen
Alder, Stephan Gaillard, Christian Nagliero, Gianni
Alderuccio, Anna Gelsi, Pablo Niesser, Arthur
Allain-Dupré, Brigitte Giannoni, Massimo Noack, Amelie
Allphin, Claire Gibeault, Alain Norton, Ann W.
Amézaga, Pilar Gibeault, Monique Oda, Takao
Ashton, Paul Giovanetti, Marcio Oppikofer, Renate
Asper, Kathrin Gerson, Jacqueline Otscheret, Lilian
Baker, Ian Godsil, Geraldine Panepucci, Anna
Baumann, Avi Gramage, Ricardo Prameshuber, Ursula
Beebe, John Greene, Anita Proner, Barry
Berg, Astrid Haas, Melinda Quispel, Gilles
Braun, Claus Hauke, Christopher Ramos, Denise
Brown, Gary Haule, John R. Riuó, Magda Farre
Cabibbe, Ferruccio Heuer, Birgit Romare, Ingela
Callia, Marcos Hewison, David Ronnberg, Ami
Capriles, Axel Higuchi, Kazuhiko Rosen, David H.
Caputo, Giovanni Hillman, James Russo, Paola
Carta, Stefano Hinshaw, Robert Saiz, Mario E.
Carvallo, Eduardo Hinton, Ladson Salman, Sherry
Casanova, Katharina Hogenson, George B. Samuels, Andrew
Cassab, Matilde Hemsani Hölter, Reinhild Sato-Tanaka, Rika
Castellana, Franco Iapoce, Angiola Sauer, Gert
Cattabeni, Lina Jones, Catharine Savage, Judith A.
Chatillon, Norbert Kalsched, Donald E. Scategni, Wilma
Chodorow, Joan Kawai, Hayao Schellinski, Kristina
Clark, Lesley N. Kirsch, Jean Shanahan, Margaret L.
Codignola, Cecilia Kleespies, Wolfgang Shearer, Ann
Conti, Marina Knight, Jane Sherwood, Dyane N.
Corradi, Marina Knox, Jean Singer, Thomas
Cowan, Lyn Krapp, Manfred Spitzer, Shayne
Cristiani, Elena Kugler, Paul Stein, Murray
Crivelli, Gerolamo Landi, Maria Stromsted, Tina
Crowther, Catherine Larson, Mark Stroppa, Carla
Davis, Arna Lee, Joan Taki-Reece, Sachiko
Domínguez, M. Mercè Liljenroth-Denk, Åsa Tatham, Peter
Donfrancesco, Antonietta Lira, Cynthia Terrile, Paola
Donfrancesco, Francesco Lopez-Reyes, Ramon Toson, Raffaele
Dougherty, Mary Loreti, Maria Claudia Vandenbroucke, Bernadette
Dourley, John P. Maffei, Giuseppe Wahba, Liliana Liviano
Ekstrom, Soren R. Magdic, Jozef Wainwright, Richard
Elting, Peter H. Manevsky, Sergey Whan, Michael
Engelhard, Suely Marlan, Stanton Wieland-Burston, Joanne
Episcopi, Marina Edmonda Martin-Vallas, François Wiener, Jan
Evetts-Secker, Josephine Martiny, Elizabeth Wilkinson, Margaret
Falone, Daniela Massimilla, Barbara Wirtz, Ursula
Fay, Carolyn Grant Mathew, Marilyn Wojtkowski, Sylvester
Feldman, Brian Melodia, Carlo Woodman, Marion
Fera, Fiorella Méndez, Margarita Zabriskie, Beverley
    Zervas, Diane Finiello
    Zoja, Eva Pattis
    Zucchetti, Roberto

Editor’s Preface
Lyn Cowan 13

Sunday – August 29, 2004

Pre-Congress Workshop Papers Edges of Embodied Experience: The Moving Imagination
Joan Chodorow (Chair) (p. 17)

Growing a Mind: The Evolution of Thought out of Bodily Experience
Wendy Wyman-McGinty (p. 19)

Embodied Countertransference
Jacqueline Gerson (p. 21)

Kinaesthetic Active Imagination: A Clinical Picture
Shayne Spitzer (p. 22)

Trauma and the Death Mother
Marion Woodman (p. 24)

At the Threshold
Carolyn Grant Fay (p. 26)

Réflexions sur mes Intérêts et Expériences avec le Mouvement Corporel
Renate Oppikofer (p. 27)

Moving Fluidly and Building Bridges
Antonella Adorisio (p. 28)

Dreamdancing: Re-Inhabiting Your Body through Authentic Movement
Tina Stromsted (p.29)

Monday – August 30, 2004

Opening Address
Christian Gaillard (p. 35)

Introduction: En Route to the Edge
Beverley Zabriskie (p. 39)

Keynote: The Azure Vault – The Caelum as Experience
James Hillman (p. 43)

Dying, Death and the Value of a Good Separation: Deintegration and reintegration at the end of one’s life and in cases of separation
Elisabeth Adametz (p. 58)

La Individuacion y La Muerte: Variaciones Sobre La Tragedia
Ricardo Carretero Gramage (p. 67)

Fiabilité du souvenir et émergence des fantasmes: comment évaluer plaintes et défenses dans les problématiques sociales de harcèlement
Norbert Chatillon (p. 81)

Aggression and the Intermediates in the Japanese Psyche
Takao Oda (p. 91)

Restoring the Feeling Function in Medical Education
Liliana Liviano Wahba (p. 102)

Educación e Individuación: A La Bús Queda del Saber Perdido
M. Mercè Domínguez (p. 109)

Much Ado about Nothing: A Tentative Exploration of Void States
Paul Ashton (p. 121)

Black Holes, Uncanny Spaces and Transformation
Ladson Hinton (p. 144)

Archetypal Memory and the Genetic/Darwinian Paradigm
John R. Haule (p. 150)

The Cultural Complex in Theory and Practice
Thomas Singer (p. 161)

Arquitectura, símbolo y trascendencia en la obra de Antonio Gaudí
Magda Farre Riuó (p. 169)

The War God: An Ever Emerging Archetype
Ramon Lopez-Reyes (p. 185)

Angststörungen: Überlegungen zur Theorie und Behandlungstechnik in der Analytischen Psychologie
Wolfgang Kleespies (p. 202)

Alchemical Images, Implicit Communications, and Transitional States: The Splendor Solis in the Consulting Room
Dyane N. Sherwood (p. 218)

Towards A Theory of That Which Lies Beyond Imagery
François Martin-Vallas (p. 234)

Über das Fremdsein
Eva Pattis Zoja (p. 242)

The Memory of the Hero and the Emergence of the Post-Heroic Attitude
John Beebe (p. 259)

Frida Kahlo: The Wounded Body as an Edge of Experience
Matilde Hemsani Cassab (p. 275)

Panel: Jung at the University – an Academic Challenge
Denise Ramos (Chair) (p. 294)

If The University Won’t Have Jungians, Then How Might Jungians Have The University?
Michael Vannoy Adams (p. 295)

Scholarship of the Soul: Teaching and Researching Analytical & Positive Psychology
David H. Rosen (p. 302)

Chaos’s Bastard Children
Eduardo Carvallo (p. 307)

But What Colour White: The White Psyche in Post-Apartheid South Africa
Lesley N. Clark (p. 316)

The Soul in Communism
Jozef Magdic (p. 323)

Buddha in the Depressive Position: On the Healing Paradigm
Birgit Heuer (p. 328)

The Archetype of Sacrifice and the Regulation of Archetypal Energies: A Neo-Jungian Perspective
Robert L. Moore (p. 337)

Transmission Between Generations: Discovering a Secret, or Keeping a Discovery Secret
Barbara Massimilla (p. 344)

Training and Trans-Generational Psychological Transmission
Paola Russo (p. 350)

Psychic Transmission Between Generations
Giuseppe Maffei (p. 355)

Group Work as an Emerging Process
Peter H. Elting (p. 361)

Reflections Based on the Proposed Workshop
Wilma Scategni (p. 364)

Hesitation And Slowness: Gateway To Psyche’s Depth
Stanton Marlan (p. 371)

Reverie: Between Thought and Prayer
Marilyn Mathew (p. 380)

“Bumba Meu Boi” The Mythical Bull of Brazilian Imagery
Marcos Callia (p. 387)

Contributors: Isabel F.R. Labriola, Leniza Castelo Branco,
Márcia Coelho Moura, Marcos Fleury de Oliveira (p. 387)

Images from ARAS: Healing our Sense of Exile from Nature
Ami Ronnberg (p. 398)

Trauma und Individuation
Ursula Wirtz (p. 408)

Human Being Human: Subjectivity and the Individuation of Culture
Christopher Hauke (p. 429)

The Reception of Holocaust Research in the World of Psychology
Joanne Wieland-Burston (p. 442)

La experiencia de pasión
Axel Capriles (p. 457)

Panel: Groupwork as An Emerging Process
Marina Edmonda Episcopi (p. 471)

Research on Jungian Groupwork
Marina Conti (p. 475)

Tuesday – August 31, 2004

Social Dreaming at the Barcelona Congress of the IAAP
Peter Tatham, Helen Morgan, Amelie Noack, Michael Whan (p. 485)

Questioning the Child’s Analyst: What Do You Bring to Jungian Thought?
Brigitte Allain-Dupré (p. 488)

Attachment Theory and Analytical Psychology: Clinical, Cultural, and Developmental Considerations
Brian Feldman (p. 502)

Japanese Ambivalent Attachment
Rika Sato-Tanaka (p. 510)

Beyond The Margins From Projective Identification to Active Imagination: The Question of Technique in Analytical Psychology
Sherry Salman (p. 515)

Individuation in Psychoanalysen – ein dialogischer Prozess?
Claus Braun (p. 524)

Dialektik ohne Dialog: Der intersubjektive Zugang in der Analytischen Psychologie
Lilian Otscheret (p. 539)

Analysis in the Shadow of Terror: Clinical Aspects
Henry Abramovitch (p. 552)

What can the Hero and his Monster Tell Us About Fighting and Overcoming Evil: Reflection from the War Zone
Avi Baumann (p. 559)

Ethical Dilemmas in the Analytic Relationship
Claire Allphin (p. 572)

Anorexia in Adolescence: Between Analysis and Report
Gianni Nagliero (p. 578)

Memory of the Invisible: A Comparison of Northern and Southern Images
Diane Finiello Zervas & Francesco Donfrancesco (p. 583)

Mystical Emergence: An Architectural Journey Through Jung’s Tower
Judith A. Savage & Mark Larson (p. 598)

Panel: Ethics in the IAAP
The Spinner Dolphins of Fernando de Noronha
Liliana Liviano Wahba (p. 612)

The St. Petersburg Experience: A Model of Working with a Developing Group
Jane Knight (p. 616)

Adaptation and its Limits
Catherine Crowther & Jan Wiener (p. 617)

The Space of Intervals
Sergey Manevsky (p. 627)

Adapting to an Unsafe Frame
Arna Davis (p. 630)

Supervision Strange and Familiar
Ann Shearer (p. 634)

A Fictitious Meeting of Michael Balint and C.G. Jung
Stephan Alder (p. 640)

“It’s life, Jim; but not as we know it!”
David Hewison (p. 647)

Winnicott’s Splitting Headache: An Examination of Strains in Winnicott’s View of the Self
Jeffrey Rubin Morey (p. 652)

Psychoanalysis From Interiority to Politics
Ferruccio Cabibbe (p. 658)

Meeting the Different
Paola Terrile (p. 662)

Shifting The Focus
Anna Alderuccio, Lina Cattabeni, Gerolamo Crivelli, Raffaele Toson (p. 666)

The Micro-Macro Interlacement
Elena Cristiani (p. 671)

Grenzgänger im kollektiven Schatten
Åsa Liljenroth-Denk (p. 675)

Psychological Process in Pregnancy and Postnatally: Predicting who might have difficulties
Joan Lee (p. 684)

Panel: Jungian Dream Theory, Self-Regulation and Contemporary Psychoanalysis
Massimo Giannoni (p. 692)

Self-regulation, Interactive Regulation and Contemporary Psychoanalysis
Marina Corradi, Fiorella Fera & Maria Landi (p. 699)

The Dream as Mental Self-Regulatory Activity:
Some Similarities between Jungian Thought and Contemporary Psychoanalysis
Roberto Zucchetti, Daniela Falone & Cecilia Codignola (p. 705)

The Dream’s Regulatory (Compensatory) Function within the Analytic Relationship: A Clinical Example
Nadia Fina & Ursula Prameshuber (p. 711)

Self-regulation, Interactive Regulation and Infant Research
Marina Corradi, Giovanni Caputo & Antonio Firetto (p. 719)

Individuation Stories from the Edge of the Amazon Forest
Cynthia Lira & Suely Engelhard (p. 724)

Hope vs. Hopelessness in the Psychoanalytic Situation and in Dante’s Divine Comedy
Donald E. Kalsched (p. 737)

On the Experience of a Group of Child and Adolescent Analysts: Reinventing Jungian Concepts
Bernadette Vandenbroucke (p. 752)

Jung as the Center of a Publishing Project: Memory and Becoming
Carla Stroppa (p. 765)

Life after Death: The Replacement Child’s Search for Self
Kristina Schellinski (p. 781)

Subjectivity and Time in Psychic Experience
Angiola Iapoce (p. 797)

Die Heilige und der Drache: eine Brücke zum lange ausgegrenzten wilden Weiblichen
Katharina Casanova (p. 814)

Wednesday – September 1, 2004

Walking in the Footsteps of Eranos: Introduction
Robert Hinshaw (Chair) (p. 833)

Eranos and Jungian Psychology: A History in Images
Paul Kugler (p. 839)

Saint Francis of Assisi and the Japanese Buddhist Priest Myoe
Hayao Kawai (p. 881)

At the Edges of the Round Table: Jung, Religion, and Eranos
David L. Miller (p. 895)

Meetings with Jung
Gilles Quispel (p. 911)

Thursday – September 2, 2004

The Self, the Symbolic, and Synchronicity: Virtual Realties and the Emergence of the Psyche
George B. Hogenson (p. 921)

Panel IAAP/IPA: Symbols and Symbolisation in Clinical Practice and in Elisabeth Márton’s Film
Murray Stein (Co-Chair) (p. 934)

Some Analytical Contributions of Sabina Spielrein
Ursula Prameshuber (p. 936)

Symbolisation and Creativity: The Analytic Adventures of Mr. A. and of Sabina Spielrein
Alain Gibeault (p. 942)

Response to Alain Gibeault
Jean Kirsch (p. 951)

Sabina Spielrein and the Use of Symbols: Reflections of a Jungian Psychoanalyst
Gert Sauer (p. 955)

S. like Sabina, S. like Sergei: Brief Comments Regarding E. Márton’s Film and G. Sauer’s Paper
Marcio de Freitas Giovanetti (p. 960)

About a Dream: Comments on Gert Sauer’s Contribution
Monique Gibeault (p. 963)

Freudian Analysis, Jungian Analysis: Points of Convergence and Differences
Christian Gaillard (Co-Chair) (p. 964)

Synchronicity and Cancer: A Model for Understanding and Psychotherapeutic Field
Maria Claudia Loreti (p. 970)

L’esperienza corporea come limitare dell’analisi: Postura e movimento come immagini complessuali
Carlo Melodia (p. 983)

Memory and Emergence: Jung and the Mystical Anamnesis of the Nothing
John P. Dourley (p. 994)

Depresión: Arquetipos y Neurociencia: Construyendo un diálogo entre Psicología Analítica y Neurociencia
Pilar Amézaga & Mario E. Saiz (p. 1012)

Sophocles’ “Edge”, Hamlet’s “Undiscovered Country” and Rilke’s “Ecstasy”
Ian Baker (p. 1033)

Reflections on Death and Mourning in Relation to Dickens’ Novel ‘Our Mutual Friend’
Geraldine Godsil (p. 1041)

Soul’s Infinitive: To be or not
Josephine Evetts-Secker (p. 1053)

Body’s Imagination: Movement and Analysis as Modes of Research
Richard Wainwright (p. 1064)

People Need People (Film)
Harry Wilmer (p. 1071)

Psyche’s Footprint: The Logic of Emergence and Being
Margaret L. Shanahan (p. 1075)

Memory and its Emergence: Undoing Dissociation -- Jung and Affective Neuroscience, A Clinical Perspective
Margaret Wilkinson (p. 1089)

Bild, Metapher, Symbol: An der Grenze der kommunizierbaren Erfahrung
Manfred Krapp (p. 1104)

The Third in Mahler’s Ninth
Melinda Haas (p. 1123)

“Oil and Water, Reflections on Nature Madness and Psyche” (Film)
Corwin Fergus (p. 1131)

Matter, Image, Reflection
Franco Castellana & Antonietta Donfrancesco (p. 1137)

From Psyche to Memory: Cognitive Science and the Analyst’s Memory
Soren R. Ekstrom (p. 1151)

Neuroscience and Jung’s Model of the Psyche: A Close Fit
Arthur Niesser (p. 1166)

Broken Vessels – Living in Two Worlds: Some Aspects of Working with Clients with a Physical Disability
Kathrin Asper & Elizabeth Martiny (p. 1174)

The Cross and the Crescent – The Edge of History
Gary Brown (p. 1200)

Saracen’s Wound: “Islamic” Wound of the Western Psyche
Sylvester Wojtkowski (p. 1209)

Rome-Chicago: Comparing Training Philosophies and Programs of AIPA and CSJA Societies: A Cooperation among IAAP Group Members?
Mary Dougherty & Anna Panepucci (p. 1217)

Training as a Continuous Processof Letting Go
Stefano Carta (p. 1219)

A Villa Around the Tree
Catharine Jones (p. 1225)

Sandplay after a Catastrophic Encounter: Analysing a Healing Process Revealed in Sandplay
Sachiko Taki-Reece (p. 1232)

Fears and Fantasies – An Emergent Model of Psychic Defences
Jean Knox (p. 1249)

Report from the Cellular Psyche
Anita Greene (p. 1263)

Renewal After Genocide: Post-War Cambodians in Diaspora
Ann W. Norton (p. 1272)

Bodily States of Anxiety: The Movement from Somatic States to Thought
Barry Proner (p. 1275)

Luciana De Franco (p. 1292)

Body Symbolism: “From the Bones”
Margarita Méndez (p. 1303)

The Feminine Principle in Film: A Different Way of Telling and Sharing Experiences
Ingela Romare (p. 1308)

Friday – September 3, 2004

Shadowed Reality or the “Prometheus-Complex”: Analytical Psychotherapy after Political Imprisonment and Persecution
Reinhild Hölter (p. 1321)

Agony, Analysis, Action: Analytical Psychology, Jungian Analysts, and the Suffering of the World
Andrew Samuels (p. 1337)

Panel: Analytical Psychology in Barcelona and the World: Perspectives and Prospectives
Beverley Zabriskie (Chair) (p. 1353)

The Relevance and Future of Analytical Psychology in South Africa
Astrid Berg (p. 1356)

How to see Through to the Coming Future?
Kazuhiko Higuchi (p. 1359)

Analytical Psychology in Barcelona and the World: Perspectives and Prospectives
Pablo Gelsi (p. 1363)

President’s Farewell Address: The IAAP In Midlife – Where Are We Now? Where Are We Going?
Murray Stein (p. 1367)