Jung and Shiva Encounters with a Subterranean God
In India Jung discovered Shiva, an Indian God more popularly known in the western world as a God of Destruction. In Asia, Shiva is known in many avatars (roles) and his form seems to bind opposite, paradoxical ways of thinking, while Jung's inclusiveness and curiosity about the world binds diverse cultures in his thinking.
This will be an exciting day using creativity and dance to explore the struggle to understand oneself better outside the social restrictions to be under one label or box in terms of gender, sexuality, race and culture.
Through a lively atmosphere which contains a live dance element, the workshop hopes to release some of the repressed vitality in our dissociated/split off 'avatars'. The dancer will be KALI CHANDRASEGARAM.
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About Smita Kamble
Smita Rajput Kamble is a Psychoanalytic Psychotherapist in private practice. She teaches the Advanced Theory and Clinical Issues seminar in WPF Therapy, London and has presented papers in Middlesex, Birkbeck Universities and at Freud Museum in collaboration with Roehampton and UEL. She comes originally from India.