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Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Want to Read saving…. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Other editions. Enlarge cover. Error rating book. Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Details if other :. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Preview — Psicomagia by Alejandro Jodorowsky. Psicomagia by Alejandro Jodorowsky. He realized that it is easier for the unconscious to understand the language of dreams than that of rationality.
Illness can even be seen as a physical dream that reveals unresolved emotional and psychological problems. Psychomagic presents the shamanic and genealogical principles Jodorowsky discovered to create a healing therapy that could use the powers of dreams, art, and theater to empower individuals to heal wounds that in some cases had traveled through generations.
The concrete and often surreal poetic actions Jodorowsky employs are part of an elaborate strategy intended to break apart the dysfunctional persona with whom the patient identifies in order to connect with a deeper self. That is when true transformation can manifest. For a young man who complained that he lived only in his head and was unable to grab hold of reality and advance toward the financial autonomy he desired, Jodorowsky gave the prescription to paste two gold coins to the soles of his shoes so that all day he would be walking on gold.
A judge whose vanity was ruling his every move was given the task of dressing like a tramp and begging outside one of the fashionable restaurants he loved to frequent while pulling glass doll eyes out of his pockets. The lesson for him was that if a tramp can fill his pockets with eyeballs, then they must be of no value, and thus the eyes of others should have no bearing on who you are and what you do.
Taking his patients directly at their words, Jodorowsky takes the same elements associated with a negative emotional charge and recasts them in an action that will make them positive and enable them to pay the psychological debts hindering their lives. Get A Copy. Paperback , pages. Published November 1st by Random House Spanish first published More Details Original Title. Other Editions Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Psicomagia , please sign up.
Lists with This Book. Community Reviews. Showing Average rating 3. Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Start your review of Psicomagia. I'll be processing this one a while. Completely changing the way I think of healing, art and the unconscious mind. His approach to healing takes Marinetti's statement "Poetry is an act" to the most fascinating extreme.
His idea of the 'panic party' I could sum it all up as, "Better living through metaphor. God how I wish I had read this when I was actively studying the craft of poetry. For anyone interested in creativity, the appendix on creative processes is priceless. Some of my favorite quotes: "At every moment, the capacity of the unconscious exceeds the limits of our reason, whether by way of dreams or by involuntary acts.
With that in mind, shouldn't there be a way to make the unconscious behave voluntarily, like an ally? Similarly, when a person lets their guard down a bit, I often try to kick a psychological goal.
We understand well that anyone who is prey to a vice continually maintains a position of defense. The ego refuses to yield. I must then seize or provoke a moment of distraction so as to let an order pass through the line of defense, into the unconscious. In order for the client to adopt the advice, it is important to penetrate his stubborn 'I' and to touch the much more impersonal zone of the self.
I have come to true depravity in searching for goodness. Sometimes I put cash in the pocket of a sleeping homeless person, so he thinks he has good luck. I invent miracles. Even if you don't believe in miracles, you can do little things to help others. Very few people have achieved this. Federico Garcia Lorca is an opposite case: he could not achieve it, he did not know how to When you read 'A Poet in New York,' it makes you sad I remember some artists who said this world isn't worth anything, that it is a pigsty, that we are going nowhere, that God is dead, and all those things.
Bad literature is this. To expose your navel, to tell how you drank your morning coffee amid general disgust, with everything around you rotting. While the world is dying, I drink my coffee. Or I perform my little sex acts. This is old-fashioned. One must cross this neurotic curtain.
I, for example, confess that I cannot read Marcel Proust. He's too sick for me, and his neurosis can contaminate me. Every day I see neurotic cases, why would I want to read others? Nowadays Franz Kafka is on the loose everywhere! I go to mail a letter, and I find myself with Kafka in the post office: an employee full of problems. As a sometimes-depressive who has alternately been completely in love with Kafka and Proust, I laughed out loud at this. I remember that at thirty years old I did something fundamental: I took a notebook and told myself, 'I am going to write down all the ideas I have in my mind.
What do I believe in? And then I told myself, ' These ideas are not me; they may end up being useful, but they are not me. All books, if they are interpreted through fanaticism, produce illnesses.
I go in reverse. I take the rational and capsize it in the language of dreams, introducing dreams into the language of reality. Either extremely crazy or extremely innovative or both. The consultant glues these labels to every part of the body— many of them to the face—and goes out in public that way for as many hours as possible. When the consultant returns home, she should remove the labels, roll them into a ball, take the ball to the city dump, and throw it on top of the garbage pile, having beforehand caressed her body with hands soaked in pleasant perfume.
Though, obviously before practicing this unquestioningly illuminating advice one would have to consider the environment or one would risk getting mistaken for a loon and being taken to some mental health hospital where before long you would be more heavily medicated than an American athlete at a sport event.
So, first try this at home. Jan 31, Juan Luzuriaga rated it it was amazing. A mind opening experience, it's LSD on paperback, a great read. This was a really interesting book, and there are a lot of concepts and messages that I really like.
Would definitely recommend! Jodorowsky is a hoot! This book isn't to be taken lightly, but also neither too seriously either. Naturally after reading it everything has changed for me. Some very strange things happened to me while reading this I literally had my head busted open! Some of my favorite bits from the book: wanting to heal other people is egotistical.
Yet, if you don't share your knowledge with others it will die. Interpret your life like it's a dream.
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