Lucana, Sonia. PACHAMAMA: IMAGES OF THE GREAT MOTHER, CULTURAL & CLINICAL PERSPECTIVES IN SANDPLAY THERAPY

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PACHAMAMA:

IMAGES OF THE GREAT MOTHER,
CULTURAL & CLINICAL PERSPECTIVES
IN SANDPLAY THERAPY

Journal of Sandplay Therapy, Volume 25, Number 2, 2016
Sonia Lucana
San Mateo, California, USA

KEY WORDS: Sandplay therapy, Pachamama, symbol, Quechua, child, children, primary caregiver, biological parent, neglect, self-regulation, sexual molestation, intrauterine trauma, trauma, memories, cycle of abuse, generational trauma, substance abuse, fertility, goddess, Ochún, Yoruba, mother earth, womb, mythology, transgenerational healing, clinical example, female, child.

ABSTRACT: The author explores the South American Nazcan image of Pachamama as the Great Mother from both a clinical and a cultural perspective. The story of Pachamama told through oral tradition invokes the primordial transformative cycles of life, death and rebirth. Through the multiple maternal images and symbology of nature as womb, mountain, rivers, turtle, tiger and trees, as well as African and South and North American goddesses, including Pachamama, Our Lady of Charity (La Caridad del Cobre) and Ochún, this article presents the process of a six year old girl finding the Great Mother within who could hold and heal the fragmentation of the psyche resulting from childhood trauma involving sexual abuse, severe neglect and separation from the biological mother. Through the sandplay scenes created within a safe and nurturing therapeutic relationship the child accesses the maternal archetype to support the transformation and integration of her early trauma.

 

In German

PACHAMAMA:
BILDER DER GROSSEN MUTTER,
KULTURELLE UND KLINISCHE BLICKWINKEL
IN DER SANDSPIELTHERAPIE

Sonia Lucana
San Mateo, Kalifornien, USA

SCHLÜSSELWÖRTER: Sandspieltherapie, Pachamama, Symbol, Quechua, Kind, Kinder, Hauptbetreuer, biologische Eltern, Vernachlässigung, Selbstregulation, sexuelle Belästigung, intrauterines Trauma, Trauma, Erinnerungen, Zyklus des Mißbrauchs, Generationstrauma, Drogenmißbrauch, Fruchtbarkeit, Göttin, Ochún, Yoruba, Erdmutter, Gebärmutter, Mythologie, transgenerationelle Heilung, Fallbeispiel, weiblich, Kind.

ABSTRACT: Die Autorin erforscht das südamerikanische Nazcan Bild des Pachamama, die große Mutter, von einer klinischen und kulturellen Perspektive. Dieser Beitrag zeigt den Prozeß eines 6-Jährigen Mädchens die sexuellen Mißbrauch, starke Vernachlässigung und Trennung von der biologischen Mutter erfahren hatte. Durch Sandspiel konnte das Kind auf den Mutterarchetyp zurückgreifen, um früheres Traumas zu verwandeln und zu Integrieren.

 

In Spanish

PACHAMAMA:
IMÁGENES DE LA GRAN MADRE,
PERSPECTIVAS CULTURALES Y CLÍNICAS
EN TERAPIA SANDPLAY

Sonia Lucana
San Mateo, California, Estados Unidos

PALABRAS SIGNIFICATIVAS: Terapia de sandplay, Pachamama, símbolo, Peru, Quechua, niño, hijos, cuidador principal, padre biológico, descuido, autorregulación, abuso sexual, trauma intrauterino, trauma, recuerdos, ciclo de abuso, trauma generacional, abuso de sustancias, fertilidad, diosa, Ochún, Yoruba, madre tierra, matriz, mitología, curación transgeneracional, ejemplo clinico, hembra, niño.

 

In French

PACHAMAMA:
IMAGES DE LA GRANDE MÈRE,
PERSPECTIVES CULTURELLES ET CLINIQUES
EN SANDPLAY THÉRAPIE

Sonia Lucana
San Mateo, California, États Unis

MOTS CLES: Therapie par le jeu de sable, sandplay, Pachamama, Peru, symbole, Quechua, enfant, enfants, fille, soignant primaire, parent biologique, négligence, autoréglementation, abus sexuel, traumatisme intrautérin, traumatisme, cycle d’abus, traumatisme de generation, abus de substance, fertilité, déesse, Ochún, Yoruba, terre mere, grande mère, Ochún, Yoruba, uterus, mythologie, guérison transgénérationelle, exemple clinique.

 

In Portuguese

PACHAMAMA:
IMAGES OF THE GREAT MOTHER,
CULTURAL & CLINICAL PERSPECTIVES
IN SANDPLAY THERAPY

Sonia Lucana
San Mateo, California, USA

PALAVRAS CHAVE: Terapia de sandplay, Pachamama, archetipo, grande mãe, símbolo, Quechua, Peru, criança, crianças, menina, filha, mãe, cuidador primário, pais biológicos, negligência, auto-regulação, molestamento sexual, trauma intrauterino, trauma, memórias, ciclos de abuso, trauma geracional, abuso de substâncias, fertilidade, deusa, Ochún, Yoruba, mãe-terra, útero, feminino, mitologia, cura transgeracional, exemplo clínico.