Repair of the Soul: Metaphors of Transformation in Jewish Mysticism and Pyschoanalysis
Routledge, 2008 - 134
Repair of the Soul examines transformation from the perspective of Jewish mysticism and psychoanalysis, addressing the question of how one achieves self-understanding that leads not only to insight but also to meaningful change. In this beautifully written and thought-provoking book, Karen Starr draws upon a contemporary relational approach to psychoanalysis to explore the spiritual dimension of psychic change within the context of the psychoanalytic relationship. Influenced by the work of Lewis Aron, Steven Mitchell and other relational theorists, and drawing upon contemporary scholarship in the field of Jewish studies, Starr brings the ideas of the Kabbalah, the ancient Jewish mystical tradition, into dialogue with modern psychoanalytic thought. Repair of the Soul provides a scholarly integration of several kabbalistic and psychoanalytic themes relating to transformation, including faith, surrender, authenticity, and mutuality, as well as a unique exploration of the relationship of the individual to the universal. Starr uses the Kabbalah¿s metaphors as a vivid framework with which to illuminate the experience of transformation in psychoanalytic process, and to explore the evolving view of the psychoanalytic relationship as one in which both parties - the analyst as well as the patient - are transformed.
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In psychoanalytic discourse , the problem of transformation has been the subject
of much debate since Freud defined the goal of analysis to be the making of the
unconscious conscious , declaring , “ Where id was there shall ego be .
Loewald translates Freud ' s “ Wo Es war , soll Ich warden , ” as “ where id was ,
there shall ego come into being , ” holding that psychic transformation is a matter
of the ego ' s renewal by the dynamic unconscious . The interplay between the ...
From a psychoanalytic point of view , the peshat , or simple reading of the text ,
can be considered to be its conscious meaning , while midrash comprises the “
unconscious . . . encrypted traces of more complex meaning ” ( Zornberg , 2002 ,
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