dali48 and studying and photographing in Tubingen etc...
05.04.2000 - Interpretation of dali48
In this monograph on "The Mystery of Masochism," he (Leon Wurmser) has left his previous reflection on the shame-guilt dilemma - a comprehensive account of the links with forms of sadomasochism - as an escape from mental pain - to help the patient out of the "circulus vitiosus" of his "super-ego-compulsion" and to experience his analyst as a man and a new meeting-partner - Authors dealing with "superego"-problematics: Ibsen, Nietzsche, T. Man... - How can we understand that someone can draw pleasure and even sexual pleasure from pain - and therefore even directly searches such suffering - attracts it and challenges it? - How can the painful person pay attention to himself? - Should he not be ashamed of the fact that he finds pleasure in his shame? - The Catholic faith teaches the strict humility, that one must have no will of his own - and that one is not worthy if one has his own free will and does not surrender oneself - I had the ideal picture of myself how I could work best: I had to react without feelings, only through logic - I had no ability to cope with my experiences... - The heavier and earlier... - and the longer lasting the traumatization, the more archaic and overwhelming are the affects - and the less able to be understood in words and symbols - The heavier the internal conflicts, the more radical the defense efforts, the more brutal is the conscience, the more powerful the ideal demands - and the greater the pretension, the demands of size, the desperate search for external ideals, the narcist stigmata - Feelings of shame and guilt, conflicts of loyalty, questions of resentment, that is, the feeling of injustice - and finally, defense against the superego... (L. Wurmser)
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09/22/2011 - Interview with Author dali48 on Google +