Les psychothérapies comme expériences conscientes (III) : Hypnose et phénoménologie : l'ouverture des possibilités du Dasein. Article soumis à Psychiatrie Sciences humaines et Neurosciences

Abstract : In this second article on hypnosis we leave aside the explanatory theories to devote ourselves to the in-depth understanding of the hypnotic process, and more precisely to the phenomenology of this practice, i.e. hypnosis as experience? The way has been traced by three great figures: Jung, Erickson and Roustang. The first by his conception of human thought and the use of self-hypnosis, the second by his atheoric and pragmatic approach, the last by his sense of incarnation and synthesis and by his proposal to make hypnosis a way of life. When Roustang describes perceptude and generalized wakefulness, hypnosis appears to be closely related to both the life of the infant and the phenomenological thought of the epoche (Husserl). Even more, Roustang is influenced by Heideggerian philosophy and oriental thought, which gives hypnosis the meaning of a philosophy. Finally, we propose that the phenomenological explicitation of conscious experience requires a hypnotic mode of consciousness and that it is also possible to develop a phenomenological hypnosis.
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Jean Vion-Dury, Gaëlle Mougin. Les psychothérapies comme expériences conscientes (III) : Hypnose et phénoménologie : l'ouverture des possibilités du Dasein. Article soumis à Psychiatrie Sciences humaines et Neurosciences. 2019. ⟨hal-02099444⟩

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