Kaplan, Jill. CIRCUMAMBULATION: POINTING TO THE CENTER IN SANDPLAY THERAPY

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Kaplan, Jill
CIRCUMAMBULATION: POINTING TO THE CENTER IN SANDPLAY THERAPY

Jill Kaplan, Menlo Park, California, USA

Journal of Sandplay Therapy, Volume 21 Number 1, 2012

KEY WORDS: circumambulation, symbolic image, symbol, self, sandplay, clinical example, stupa, labyrinth, social withdrawal, school, labyrinth, Sandplay therapy, metaphor, therapy, spirals, symbolic image, circulatio, early trauma, circular movement.

ABSTRACT: Circumambulation is important in different religious traditions, and also can be seen as a metaphor for therapeutic process. This article explores the significance of circumambulation for Jung in describing individuation, and explains the significance of the stupa and the labyrinth in relation to sandplay therapy. Several clinical examples of circumambulation and symbolic representation of making circuits or spirals in sandplay process are presented.

In German
CIRCUMABULATION: HINWEIS AUF DAS ZENTRUM IN EINER SANDSPIELTHERAPIE
Jill Kaplan
Menlo Park, Kalifornien

KEY WORDS: SCHLAGWÖRTER: Circumambulation, Symbol, Selbst, Sandspiel, Fallbeispiel, Stupa, Labyrinth, Symbol, soziale Rückzug, Schule, Sandspieltherapie, Symbolisches Bild, Sinnbild.

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