Wednesday, 1 July 2009

Technological inefficiencies vs. Countertransference

Applying the quote:

“Irritation means: You haven’t yet seen what’s behind it! Consequently, we should follow up our irritation and examine whatever it is we discover in our ill temper!” (Jung 1932a: par 168),

our motivation for tracking our own sources of bodily knowledge in technically imperfect conditions (take latency for example) might seem as well valid.

In this retrospective inquiry of movement interaction we try to mind that the ‘causal instinct’ relates not only to the cause (of subsequent movements) but also to the meaning of it.

The idea of countertransference is a self-reflective learning exercise, which basically means: to know how to know what makes one know :)

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