Who would care about one more book on any weird ways to interpret dreams? As an experienced practitioner of the powerful “Therapy by the Imaginary in Action” (TIA), Michel Depeyrot is attempting to overcome a double challenge through the publication of the fi rst two-way lexicon of the language of the imaginary. Starting from the psychotherapeutic technique developed by Georges Romey over the last thirty years as Free Wakeful dreaming (FWD), this author has broadened its reach thanks to Carl-Gustav Jung’s “Active Imagination” and Georges Vaillant’s illustration of mechanisms of defense. It results in this «Vocabulary of Concepts and Processes» for a Therapy by the Imaginary in Action, namely Tome 1 of a Lexicon in love with the Psyche. The grammar of productions from the imaginary, discovered by Georges Romey, is the fi rst breakthrough in fi fty years after the pioneering and celebrated work of Noam Chomsky on the syntax of spoken languages. The structure of dream scenarios, both wakeful and sleeping, is presented in Tome 1 to turn it into the preferred reference for studying new therapeutic processes. This Lexicon is the fi rst of its kind, after numerous encyclopedia of symbols and dictionaries of dreams, which were never made consistent at once with a therapeutic process and with their translation in reverse. Indeed a lexicon must enable the practice of linguistic interpretation for a theme and not only a version. The latter is enabled by Tome 2, the «Vocabulary of Symbols and Images» for a therapy by the Imaginary in Action. A practical template for decrypting methodically any TIA scenario is presented in Tome 2. It is readily usable for scenarios dreamt in any culture and expressed in any spoken language, as dream scenarios are expressed in words, which serve merely as pointers to symbolic images. This active and effi cient therapy consists in exploiting the natural healing function of the imaginary, more effi cient than any psychotherapist’ attempt at directing the patient’s consciousness, which can only be a hindrance. Transference and counter-transference in TIA are nurtured only between the dreamers and their own unconscious, adding to the cure an astounded discovery of the Self by the patient.
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Description du livre Persée, 2015. État : Neuf. N° de réf. du libraire 9782823109788