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Transcript of Addiction course

Addiction
Jung
Hero's Journey
Archetype
Structure of psyche
Campbell
Relavence to useing
Family
Context
Experience
Attachment
Transpersonal
Spirituality
Wellwood
Washburn
Psychodynamic
Experience
Adult
Child
Illustrations
C & her baby.

Our identifications
Her compliance
Our need for her health
The shadow
12 step
Group
Why use
Social
The using career:
Addict's journey

Permaculture Steve & the tin foil.

Tnfoil
Kitcat & a can of coke
The needel and Klein.
Not the high.
Sense of isolation and belonging
Mother
Unable to bare the community
Illustartion of use of ritual in useing
In Confessions of an English Opium Eater, Thomas de Quincey described the most basic ingredients of the psychopathology of addiction: the search for an ideal existence, the denial of anything that might interfere with the belief that such a state exists and an intrinsic ego weakness. Addiction is complex and one should not incur the mistake of thinking of addicts as sharing a common pathology.

Skelton, R. (Ed.). (2006). The Edinburgh International Encyclopaedia of Psychoanalysis.
Stage 1 Using

Using and escalating use.

This period can be almost any length of time and bounce between stages 1&2
Treatment may be entered, but can be seen as period of respite.
There is an underlying intention to use and remain in a using frame of mind, ie: related to dead object.

i.Harm minimisation and educative techniques are important at this stage.
ii.Increased contact with agencies is useful, but the basic denial will remain in place and attachment is to using
iii. It is important to try to establish relationship
Stage 2. Thinking about stopping: the turn away.

This falls in to two catagories.

Respite as referred to above
Beginnings of serious attempts to stop.

Breaking denial and letting go of the ideal of using.
Harm minimisation and MI play a role here.

Forming the beginnings of human relationships.

Moving people on to category three.
Stage 3. First attempts

Various attempts to stop will be made at this stage

A rule of thumb might be that there are generally about 6 attempts before stopping seriously.
To my mind it is key to accept the need for abstinence.
This brings to the surface the underlying issues that we need to work with.
These issues are worked with in relationship.
Stage4. Stopping and letting go of use

These stages are the main focus of treatment.
I would say the first part of this work takes about three months with falling back (relapse) to follow.
A year is needed in this phase to truly let go and move into a secure environment to remain drug or alcohol free. (Two is probably more realistic).
A community is also needed to hold the transition: one mind alone will find it very difficult.
Again the foundation of change is the move to relatedness.
Stage 5. Working through of underlying psychodynamics

This stage is the remains of the ten years it takes to truly change
It is conducted in the community with support socially and if possible therapeutically.
Departure
Call to adventure
Refusal
Aid
Crossing
Initiation
Trials
Meeting
Atonement
Boon
Return
Refusal
Flight
Crossing
Recipt
Model of using in context of community
From community
Encounter with death
Return to community transformed
Using stuck in the acting out of encouneter with death.
Ritual practices for useing
Systemic Family therapy
Nurobiology
Reward pathway
Return
Refusal
Flight
Crossing
Recipt
Using stuck in the acting out of encouneter with death.
Kernberg
Kohut
Klein
Bion
Winnicott
Lacan
Theoratitians
Self psychology
Self objects
Mother, father, other mentor.
All re workable in adolescence.
Place of consciousnees in the psyche

Functions
thinking
memory
perception

Defences (classical)
Primary
Pimative withdrawal
Denial
Omnipotent control
Primitive idealisation
Projection, introjection and projective identification
Splitting the ego
Disscosiation.

Secondary
Repression
regression
Isolation

Rationalisation
Turning against self
Undoing
Dispacement
Reaction formation
Identification
Acting out
Supblimation
Ego
Super ego
Id
Freud
Kernberg/ Mc Williams
Jung.
Ego/Self
Complex
Puer/Senex
Narrative
Child development
Learning form experience
The contact barrier.
Continer and contined
K & -K
British Object relations
Attachment theory
Narrative
(Theory of Mind)
Klein
Bion
Winnicott
Bowlby
Affect regulation
Holding in mind
Attunemnet
Attachment theory
Scoial bio feedback
Parenting building brain
Love care and attention
Mindfullness
Shore/ Gerhardt
For adults.
Affect regulation continues
Continual comunial attunement
Useful Kohution rule of thumb
Mother father adolescence mentor world
Phase appropriate self objects
hero's journey
Structure
archetype of ego
Ego
Shadow
Mother
Father
Trickster
Exile from community
Encounter with death
Return to community.
Process of transformation and ego/self formation.

Whole life journey
Merger, Separation, Oneness
Structure/Functions

Thinking
Feeling
Memory
Perception
Consciousness
Brain
Amygdala
Limbic system
Three brains
Crocodile- Reptilian, Brain Stem
Horse- Mammalian (neo high order cognition & paleo limbic)
Man- Cortex
Tringle of well being
Mind Brain Relationships
Integration in brain and social relationships
Embodied self in relatinonship

Good will and Kindness
Mc Gilchrist
Master and Emisary
Pre fontal cortex
Dr Dan Siegel
Goddes cultures
Inanna
Great mother archetype
Crone
Maiden
Mother
CORE
Importnt to think about why client uses.

Useful questions.
What trauma
What benefit
How introduced
What history
Who also used in their past
Key point of change:
When using worse than cause
Various benefits

Pleasure
Out of it
oblivion
Boost self esteem
Community (false)
Identity
Shame
We admitted we were powerless over alcohol—that our lives had become unmanageable.

Came to believe that a Power greater than ourselves could restore us to sanity.

Made a decision to turn our will and our lives over to the care of God as we understood Him.

Made a searching and fearless moral inventory of ourselves.

Admitted to God, to ourselves, and to another human being the exact nature of our wrongs.

Were entirely ready to have God remove all these defects of character.

Humbly asked Him to remove our shortcomings.

Made a list of all persons we had harmed, and became willing to make amends to them all.

Made direct amends to such people wherever possible, except when to do so would injure them or others.

Continued to take personal inventory and when we were wrong promptly admitted it.

Sought through prayer and meditation to improve our conscious contact with God as we understood Him, praying only for knowledge of His will for us and the power to carry that out.

Having had a spiritual awakening as the result of these steps, we tried to carry this message to alcoholics, and to practice these principles in all our affairs.
Ego to ego transmission
Relational
trickster
don't miss kid
Ant
David
Inter subjectivity
Mentalisation
DSM 4TR

When an individual persists in use of alcohol or other drugs despite problems related to use of the substance, substance dependence may be diagnosed. Compulsive and repetitive use may result in tolerance to the effect of the drug and withdrawal symptoms when use is reduced or stopped. This, along with Substance abuse are considered Substance Use Disorders...."
Psychiatric
Dictionary
Websters
Definition of ADDICTION
1
: the quality or state of being addicted <addiction to reading>
2
: compulsive need for and use of a habit-forming substance (as heroin, nicotine, or alcohol) characterized by tolerance and by well-defined physiological symptoms upon withdrawal; broadly : persistent compulsive use of a substance known by the user to be harmful
ADDICTION defenitions
Medical Dictionary

Addiction
Definition
Addiction is a persistent, compulsive dependence on a behavior or substance. The term has been partially replaced by the word dependence for substance abuse. Addiction has been extended, however, to include mood-altering behaviors or activities. Some researchers speak of two types of addictions: substance addictions (for example, alcoholism, drug abuse, and smoking); and process addictions (for example, gambling, spending, shopping, eating, and sexual activity). There is a growing recognition that many addicts, such as polydrug abusers, are addicted to more than one substance or process.
History
Structure of day
From theory to experience
Shape of course
Addict's journey/Heros's journey
Reading and paper
Client work
Group
Community
Anticommunity
of useing
Group mind/relational
Defences prevent unwanted/dangerous unconscious experiences intruding into consciousness
Attachments.
Secure
Ambivolaent
Avoident
Disorganised
Attachment
Separation
Loss
Defences
Course plan.
Structure To course.

Day 1)Introduction to course:-Jason Wright
History:- Carolyn Mc Donald.
14th oct
Define shape and frame.

Day 2)Thinking of Stopping
Mark Dunn 25th Nov
Relating: Siegel &Neuroscience

Day 3)Stopping First attempts
Herbert Steiner 20th Jan
MI& CBT

Day 4)Stopping
Richard Gill 24h Feb
Attachment & 12 step

Day 5)Beyond using and in to life
Jason Wright23rd MarchJung and Hero’s Journey: Parzival

Day6)Family & Social Context
David Humphreys27th April

Day 7)PlenaryPresentation TBA.18th May
Affect regulation, CBT & MI
Attachment
Tale
The east.
Herzeloyde
The Knights
Made a fool for first embarcation
Beginnings
The Red Knight and Arthur's court
Arrival at Arthur's court
Fighting the Red Knight
Putting on the armour
Riding off on the charger.
The entry into Knighthood
Gurnemanz and his daughter
Condwiramur's castle
The Siege
The marriage
The call to adventure
The Grail castle
Meeting Anfortas
The grail castle
The grail mysteries
Failing to ask the question
Cundrie
Arthur's court
Shame leaving arthurs court
The dark night of the soul
The Wasteland
Trevizent
Gawain
Feirefiz
Cundrie returns
Return to the Grail castle
Clamide
The Birds
The templars
The Grail king
Repanse de Shoye
Feirefiz and Repanse
Gahmuret -Parzival's father
Serving Baruch in Baghdad
Zazamanc (North Africa Morocco)
Belacane / belaqua
Feirefiz
He leaves and returns to Europe
Gahmuret wins Herzeloyde jousting for Uta Pendragon in Wales
They marry
However he insists he must joust once a month
He is killed as foretold by Herzeloyde
She departs to a joyless life in forest with their son Parzival renouncing the court, where he will be safe
Parzival is adroit with bows and arrows (it's in the genes)
However he kills birds making himself sad
Herzeloyde has the farm hands kill the birds, because their singing reminds Parzival of their death and he weeps
She comforts him and in doing so tells him about God, good and bad and how to lead a righteous life
Parzival takes up the javelin and is very successful at killing deer and other beasts in the woods
Whilst out one day he meets three knights and mistakes one of them for God
After disabusing him of his error they direct him to Arthur's court
Herzeloyde is undone
She sews him into a fool's costume
Sending him on his way with an old nag
He leaves with promises to return
She dies from grief immediately he is gone from sight
Anfortas and the question
Parzival travels to Arthur's court (move into the world)
Meets Sigune (a cousin). She is grieving the death of her prince
Sigune tells him of his stolen lands, but misdirects him away form Arthur
A fisherman points him to Arthur's camp at Nant (Geography romantic)
Parzival encounters Ither (cousin of Arthur) who is challenging Arthur over land and king ship. (Ither is currently The Red Knight)
Approaching Arthur
On arrival at Arthur's court he is laughed at as a fool, however he is accepted
Gwinevere takes to him
Arthur says he will knight him in the morning
The Red Knight arrives and insults Gwinevere and offers challenge
Total consternation in the court
Red Knight goes out to the jousting ground
Parzival follows
Red Knight says Parzival is not worthy of the fight and knocks him down with the butt of his lance
Parzival, enraged, kills him outright with his javelott thrown directly through the Red Knight's visor
Unfortunately this is a disgrace to Arthur's court
Ither's charger is making a great noise
Gwinevere's page hears this and comes to see what is happening
Parzival is struggling with the buckles and trying to get the armour off the Red Knight
The page helps him to put the armour on
He puts it on over his mother's clothes
Parzival then mounts Ither's charger and rides off
However, he is able to make it go, but not to make it stop
Off he travels away from Arthur's court to new adventure
Three brains charger as nature
Parzival travels and finds a castle
Within is Gurnemanz who has lost three sons to the joust and has a daughter
He teaches Parzival to be a knight and Christian ways
He offers his daughter in marriage
Parzival refuses saying that he needs to be worthy of her and may return when he is
Parzival happens upon Condwiramur's castle, which is under siege
He is invited in to stay
She comes to him at night and chastely enters his bed, begging him to lift the siege of Clamide who wishes to force her into marriage with him
He agrees, but in the morning
Parzival rides out and lifts the siege, sending one knight (Kingrun) to serve Arthur
He returns to the castle
When he has returned Condwiramur has put up her hair as if she is already married to him
They spend three nights together
For the first two they do not make love
However, on the third...
Parzifval rides out again and defeats Clamide
He too is sent to serve Arthur
Parzival returns to the castle and lives happily with Condwiramurs as King
They have one child, Loengrin, and another is on the way
This takes about 15 months
At this juncture Parzival seeks permission to find his mother and seek adventure
He prepares to leave and rides away
As he does so he lets the reins go slack on his horse and lets it lead him where it will
Giving up to his inner nature
After a time riding along he comes to a man fishing (The Fisher King bathing his wound)
He asks the way to the nearest castle for rest
The man is Anfortas and he directs him to the castle Munsalvaesche
Munsalvaesche in the terre of salvaesche is the magical grail castle
Here Parzival is welcomed by Anfortas and his sister Repanse de Schoye
Parzival discovers that Anfortas is brother to his mother
During the gathering all the attendant Knights are sad
Anfortas is brought in on a cot in agony saying "his life is but a dieing"
He can not sit, stand or lay down
A squire bares a lance blood issuing from the point (the blood is Anfortas')
Queen Rapanse enters baring the grail and places it before Anfortas
It is like the perfection of paradise sustains Anfortas' life
The Grail produces a beautiful meal
Parzival watches all this with wonder, but remembering Gurnamanz's advice not to ask too many questions, he does not speak
there is a great feast
Parzival is given a magical sword
Then falls a sleep
On waking the castle is bare but for a page who chastises him for his stupidity for not asking the question
A failure of compassion
Parzival leaves in disgrace
Meets Sigune again who is further distressed at the loss of her prince
She tells him of his failure
That the castle can not be found volitionally and that it can only be chanced upon by those considered worthy of the grail
Arthur is in search of him to join the court as he is such an accomplished Knight
Condwiramurs likeness
Parzival sees blood spots in the snow from a goose killed by one of Arthurs falcons
It is a May day
He is reminded of Condwiramurs and enveloped in longing
He is spotted by the court and a recless squire approaches him - he is dispatched
Also Keie the knight challenges him and loses
Gawain rides out and notices that Parzival is in a love trance and covers the image
Parzival is brought back to the present and brings him to Arthurs court
where he is cleand up and brought to Arthur
At this juncture Cundrie (la soucerie) rides over the hill
She berates Parzival for his failure to ask the question
Saying he is a disgrace to Arthur's court
She tells of 400 Queens and Maidens held captive in a castle of wonders
Gawain resolves to quest for this
Parzival fully disgraced vows to quest for the Holy Grail
Here he enters the wasteland lamenting his failures
He renounces god claiming that he has offered him nothing
Parzival travels the wasteland
By now it is 4 1/2 years since he left Condwiramures
He meets Siguen again now only nourished by the grail she suggests she searches for Cundrie who has just left her
She can not be found
He fights a templar Knight for Munsalvaesche
Wins and takes his horse
He is in the pit of despair - abandoned by god and himself
Letting his horse guide him he finds the hermit Trevizent
Another uncle and brother of Anfortas
Trevizent tells him that he needs to let go of his hatred for god
God will return love with love and hate with hate
He tells him that Anfortas was wounded because he wanted 'love unboundried' his battle cry was 'amour'
He is wounded in the genitals the organ of generation by a poisoned lance
The grail keeps him alive: no one can die within seven days of seeing it
Anfortas, therefore, is inauthentic
Trevizant then goes on to talk of a fool, the only person invited to the castle who was unable to ask the question
After some obfuscation Parzival admits it was him
Treviznt says Parzival must atone for his sins, serve god and never mistreat women
Parzival leaves
Much of the next section of the book is about Gawain and his conquests
Towards the end of this Parzival is seen off in the distance
And invited to Gawains wedding
Parzival is ambivalent about coming he is missing Condwiramures and is heart broken
Fully defeated
Parzival encounters a Knight in the woods
They fight (Affect Regulate)
This is an epic battle both are evenly matched
Finally Parzival lands a deadly blow to the Knight's head
At which juncture his sword shatters
The Knight knowing that his opponent is unarmed declares he will not fight an unarmed man
They remove their helmets and talk
Feirefez is piebald ie: both black and white
He declares himself an Angevin son Gahmuret and Parzivals brother
He is here in search of his father
They talk and then return to Arthur's court
As they arrive Cundrie returns in her grail finary
She falls at Parzivals feet and tell him he is ready to become the Grail King
She leads him and Feirefiz to the terre Salvesche
The templars meet him with joy and lead him to Munsalvaesche
The templars meet Parzival & Feirefiz at the terre salvaesches
lead them to Munsalvaesch the grail castle
and on to the room where Anfotas is laying
Anforts is laying in bed in the great hall in agony screaming
The stench is so great in the room it has to be ventilated
He begs to be released to death by not seeing the grail for 7 nights and 8 days
Parzival then asks the key question "Uncle, what troubles you?"
Anfortas is miraculously cured
The barren lands are healed
Parzival is now the grail king
He rides out to the field where he meets Trevizent
Then he is reunited with Condwiramurs and his children
He spends the morning with her
Templars take Condwiramurs to Munsalvaesche
Parzival rides to Sigune's cell where he finds her dead from grief
Parzival, Feirefiz, Anfortas and the party return to the grail castle
Repanse de Schoye (the grail queen and sister of Anfortas) meets them
Feirefiz falls for her (there is a great deal of kissing)
The grail mysteries begin
A great feast ensues
However Feireiz can not see the grail
He is told he needs to be baptised
He asks about Repanse and agrees
Then he is told not to think of his lineage, but this is for all his people
Many failures to accept help or act.

Either through shame or inauthenticity
repeat of breakdown. (Winicott).
Defences over puer clothes
Return: once more but deeper
Sacrifice of ego to self/ leader to lead
The inner journey
Despair hollow
Made a fool for first embarcation
Riding off on the charger.
The entry into Knighthood
Gurnemanz and his daughter
Condwiramur's castle
The Siege
The marriage
The call to adventure
The Grail castle
Meeting Anfortas
The grail castle
The grail mysteries
Failing to ask the question
Cundrie
Arthur's court
Shame leaving arthurs court
The dark night of the soul
The Wasteland
Trevizent
Gawain
Feirefiz
Cundrie returns
Return to the Grail castle
Clamide
The templars
The Grail king
Repanse de Shoye
Feirefiz and Repanse
Herzeloyde is undone
She sews him into a fool's costume
Sending him on his way with an old nag
He leaves with promises to return
She dies from grief immediately he is gone from sight
Anfortas and the question
Parzival then mounts Ither's charger and rides off
However, he is able to make it go, but not to make it stop
Off he travels away from Arthur's court to new adventure
Three brains charger as nature
Parzival travels and finds a castle
Within is Gurnemanz who has lost three sons to the joust and has a daughter
He teaches Parzival to be a knight and Christian ways
He offers his daughter in marriage
Parzival refuses saying that he needs to be worthy of her and may return when he is
Parzival happens upon Condwiramur's castle, which is under siege
He is invited in to stay
She comes to him at night and chastely enters his bed, begging him to lift the siege of Clamide who wishes to force her into marriage with him
He agrees, but in the morning
Parzival rides out and lifts the siege, sending one knight (Kingrun) to serve Arthur
He returns to the castle
When he has returned Condwiramur has put up her hair as if she is already married to him
They spend three nights together
For the first two they do not make love
However, on the third...
Parzifval rides out again and defeats Clamide
He too is sent to serve Arthur
Parzival returns to the castle and lives happily with Condwiramurs as King
They have one child, Loengrin, and another is on the way
This takes about 15 months
At this juncture Parzival seeks permission to find his mother and seek adventure
He prepares to leave and rides away
As he does so he lets the reins go slack on his horse and lets it lead him where it will
Giving up to his inner nature
After a time riding along he comes to a man fishing (The Fisher King bathing his wound)
He asks the way to the nearest castle for rest
The man is Anfortas and he directs him to the castle Munsalvaesche
Munsalvaesche in the terre of salvaesche is the magical grail castle
Here Parzival is welcomed by Anfortas and his sister Repanse de Schoye
Parzival discovers that Anfortas is brother to his mother
During the gathering all the attendant Knights are sad
Anfortas is brought in on a cot in agony saying "his life is but a dieing"
He can not sit, stand or lay down
A squire bares a lance blood issuing from the point (the blood is Anfortas')
Queen Rapanse enters baring the grail and places it before Anfortas
It is like the perfection of paradise sustains Anfortas' life
The Grail produces a beautiful meal
Parzival watches all this with wonder, but remembering Gurnamanz's advice not to ask too many questions, he does not speak
there is a great feast
Parzival is given a magical sword
Then falls a sleep
On waking the castle is bare but for a page who chastises him for his stupidity for not asking the question
A failure of compassion
Parzival leaves in disgrace
Meets Sigune again who is further distressed at the loss of her prince
She tells him of his failure
That the castle can not be found volitionally and that it can only be chanced upon by those considered worthy of the grail
Arthur is in search of him to join the court as he is such an accomplished Knight
Condwiramurs likeness
Parzival sees blood spots in the snow from a goose killed by one of Arthurs falcons
It is a May day
He is reminded of Condwiramurs and enveloped in longing
He is spotted by the court and a recless squire approaches him - he is dispatched
Also Keie the knight challenges him and loses
Gawain rides out and notices that Parzival is in a love trance and covers the image
Parzival is brought back to the present and brings him to Arthurs court
where he is cleand up and brought to Arthur
At this juncture Cundrie (la soucerie) rides over the hill
She berates Parzival for his failure to ask the question
Saying he is a disgrace to Arthur's court
She tells of 400 Queens and Maidens held captive in a castle of wonders
Gawain resolves to quest for this
Parzival fully disgraced vows to quest for the Holy Grail
Here he enters the wasteland lamenting his failures
He renounces god claiming that he has offered him nothing
Parzival travels the wasteland
By now it is 4 1/2 years since he left Condwiramures
He meets Siguen again now only nourished by the grail she suggests she searches for Cundrie who has just left her
She can not be found
He fights a templar Knight for Munsalvaesche
Wins and takes his horse
He is in the pit of despair - abandoned by god and himself
Letting his horse guide him he finds the hermit Trevizent
Another uncle and brother of Anfortas
Trevizent tells him that he needs to let go of his hatred for god
God will return love with love and hate with hate
He tells him that Anfortas was wounded because he wanted 'love unboundried' his battle cry was 'amour'
He is wounded in the genitals the organ of generation by a poisoned lance
The grail keeps him alive: no one can die within seven days of seeing it
Anfortas, therefore, is inauthentic
Trevizant then goes on to talk of a fool, the only person invited to the castle who was unable to ask the question
After some obfuscation Parzival admits it was him
Treviznt says Parzival must atone for his sins, serve god and never mistreat women
Parzival leaves
Much of the next section of the book is about Gawain and his conquests
Towards the end of this Parzival is seen off in the distance
And invited to Gawains wedding
Parzival is ambivalent about coming he is missing Condwiramures and is heart broken
Fully defeated
Parzival encounters a Knight in the woods
They fight (Affect Regulate)
This is an epic battle both are evenly matched
Finally Parzival lands a deadly blow to the Knight's head
At which juncture his sword shatters
The Knight knowing that his opponent is unarmed declares he will not fight an unarmed man
They remove their helmets and talk
Feirefez is piebald ie: both black and white
He declares himself an Angevin son Gahmuret and Parzivals brother
He is here in search of his father
They talk and then return to Arthur's court
As they arrive Cundrie returns in her grail finary
She falls at Parzivals feet and tell him he is ready to become the Grail King
She leads him and Feirefiz to the terre Salvesche
The templars meet him with joy and lead him to Munsalvaesche
The templars meet Parzival & Feirefiz at the terre salvaesches
lead them to Munsalvaesch the grail castle
and on to the room where Anfotas is laying
Anforts is laying in bed in the great hall in agony screaming
The stench is so great in the room it has to be ventilated
He begs to be released to death by not seeing the grail for 7 nights and 8 days
Parzival then asks the key question "Uncle, what troubles you?"
Anfortas is miraculously cured
The barren lands are healed
Parzival is now the grail king
He rides out to the field where he meets Trevizent
Then he is reunited with Condwiramurs and his children
He spends the morning with her
Templars take Condwiramurs to Munsalvaesche
Parzival rides to Sigune's cell where he finds her dead from grief
Parzival, Feirefiz, Anfortas and the party return to the grail castle
Repanse de Schoye (the grail queen and sister of Anfortas) meets them
Feirefiz falls for her (there is agreat deal of kissing)
The grail mysteries begin
Agreat feast ensues
However Feireiz can not see the grail
He is told he needs to be baptised
He asks about Repanse and agrees
Then he is told not to think of his lineage, but this is for all his people
Many Failures to accept help or act.
Either through shame or inauthenticity repeat of breakdown
JH or CORE Funding through donation.
Giles
Brigitte
Defences over puer clothes/structure
Self
Self
Return: once more but deeper
Sacrifice of ego to self/ leader to lead
The inner journey
Despair hollow
Parzival
History
Celts
Christians
Wolfram von Eschnebach
1170-1220
Written 1215
Celtic stories of the fairy hill
Megolithic
bronze & stone age goddes cultures
la taine
Chariots
baveria (WvE) Central root into europe
prefiguring indoeuropean culture.
Essential christain tropes to the story
grail and lance representative of the cup and spear given to Joseph of aramthea
Campbell sees this story as the europeanisation of christianity
Individual personal love
Expressed in courtly love as personal ethic
Parzival does what he thinks is right not what he is told to do
Lived at the court of Thuringia (c. 1202 - 1217).
Herman 1st at the court in Wartburg castle overlooking Eisenach
Part of holy roman empire
Minnesanger ( After trubador pre Meistersinger).
The Holy Roman Emperor Frederick Barbarossa had died on a Crusade in 1190--Crusades were in the air.
Frederick II was crowned emperor soon after the writing of Parzival and his "conquest" of Jerusalem followed. He was opposed by Pope Innocent III, whose papacy extended 1198-1216.
Richard the Lion-Heart was king 1189-1199.
King John in charge in UK
Magna Carta 1210. Very specific beween barrens and King. How many sheep can cross which bridge etc, but not general regarding human rights.
Parzival was published in print in 1477. Eventually, it was shunned by Northern Protestants and after knighthood had become anachronistic.
Returned to by german romantics.
Time
Incorporation of shadow
Deeper feeling level
Authenticity?
Authentic sense of self in intent and action
Questionable nature of self
Self: felt experience with changing quality over life
Drawn from
Experience
Embodied sense of self
Coherent and flexible attitude to narrative
Generating
Presence
Authority
Self difficult to define and tends to dissapear on eamination
However it can be experienced as both consistent and labile over time


The story offers a narrative for the developmental process of an authentic sense of self
Parzival
He does what he thinks is right not what told to do
He folows a path from naiveté to wisdom
Authenticly chosen
I will use a broardly psychodynamic model Incorporating Psychoanalyic, Jungian analytic ideas and Transpersonal ideas
Drawn from
Experience
Embodied sense of self
Coherent and flexible attitude to narrative
Generating
Presence
Authority
Compassion
Schopenhauer
Foundations of morality
Subject and Object differentiation
The move toward other
How could we sacrifice for another
Implicit is the deep moral realisation that we are all one.
Presence and relatedness
I would argue that this is the foundation of presence and related ness and therefore at the root of good practice.
Interconnectedness &
Connectednes to other(s).
Leader sacrifices personal to collective
This is is a compassionate move
Self and Other
The head or HR
Making first step
First step of heros journey
Amfortas.
Amour: not the right state
Muslim knight
Grail Kings lance kills knight
Grail king is chastrated by others lance
Grail is writen on the lance

Here by europe has killed mans nature.
By corrupt fallen man that is to be lifted by a supernatural power
Dualistic.
Medievil Doctrinte.
At time could only be good by god's grace
Parzival is driven by the gently virtuious heart.
Daemon.
Dynamic or you rown authentic spontenaity
If you have a gentle heart
Parzival's compassion changes laws of god
Campbell
Departure
Call to adventure
Refusal
Aid
Crossing
Initiation
Trials
Meeting
Atonement
Boon
Return
Refusal
Flight
Crossing
Recipt
hero's journey
Structure
archetype of ego
Ego
Shadow
Mother
Father
Trickster
Exile from community
Encounter with death
Return to community.
Process of transformation and ego/self formation.

Whole life journey
Merger, Separation, Oneness
Structure/Functions

Thinking
Feeling
Memory
Perception
Consciousness
Defences prevent unwanted/dangerous unconscious experiences intruding into consciousness
Defences
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