Psychoanalysis, remastered, encored une fois
A hero of Frenchcore, Jacques Lacan, was engrossed in the studies of ‘sanctity’ which paved the way to narratives on enjoyment at Catholic worship services, well, in simple terms, Western Culture in general.
But for the HADEWIJCH in question, for Saint Therese, finally let’s say the word … and then besides you have to go to look in some church in Rome the statue of BERNIN – to understand right away … well what:
she enjoys, there is no doubt!Encore 1972 – 1973 (via GoogleTranslate)
Additionally, these obsessive, best cold served customs have diminished to slogans ‘Enjoy’, ‘Real’ then later remastered the uncomplicated version as it should be more apparent for devoted Coca Cola consumers to ‘Make it Real’ entirely have afflicted the global village.
Just wow, it is fantastic to observe an incredibly prevalent tendency to discuss films (mostly art-house, aha), and occasionally some bestselling novels – all the excellent products of modernity among the experts, philosophers, wanna-be intellectuals performing with successful tools utilized nearly like a professional orison to empower the Lacanian Trinity: Real, Symbolic, Imaginary.
All saints, shine
A saint person genuinely believes they can solely speak for any God blessed topics and change the world for the better; the deeds are for the public good. In effect, an individual, a subject of the speech, chiefly articulated. Gradually here goes the cumulative loss of body control, depression, transgressions to corrupted condition… Faithless we, conclude that these subject-ruining upshots come as one unmanageable logic applied to the physical world which prompts the challenging task to be consistently enthusiastic and stay active on the move all day as freshly canonised Mother Theresa did in third countries. Besides, each non-profit charity organisations stumble upon the local outrage mixed with ignorance towards its legitimate members.
In the perestroika period, back in USSR, Tetris plays you, so, for illustration, let’s pick up an active protestant way to express the sublime logic of ‘self’ seen in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, the Great Maker vocalises you to utter some sayings in the name of Saviour. Once again, addressed for dummies stuck in history lessons, it is easier to explain the psychoanalytic foundation in the fashion of dunking some ancient Egyptian myths into strong-brewed Lacanian apparatus: Creator Ra’a articulates you which is impossible to deal in real life.
Holy Martyrs of Love, therefore they are exclusively called Martyrs in this spiritual sense, appear to be extremely radical Masters of the Faith. They did hard duties – showing that the Creator is real (some particular actions not for the faint of heart). Yes, Martyrs suffered for us, so we do not need, honestly, to follow blindly those uncommonly long hard roads to witness real names and feats, encountered in theological manuscripts written by Saints and Doctors of the Church. They practised risky elements of Love, then some reflections of it further stayed on the icons, coverings of temples’ walls.
Faces of various emotional specter displayed in the late period of Christianity, realistically sculptured angels, stained glass, vivid frescoes, gleaming altars – there are no limits for enjoyment. Symptoms, immense cosmos of flags on the suffering flesh curled into a knot of pain.
And at the present time, they are celebs, Sufferers of Screen-land. American Hollywood is an asylum for innovative personages.
Walking on the great minds is dangerous, the books may seduce, corrupt the lives and even great nations too.
Not a post-structural shock that the text is everywhere now, and that’s why psychoanalytic knowledge may profit from University discourse. For a start, the Matrix movie is a brilliant piece of art to lacanyze the splendid script of Chemical Sisters.
I won’t lie to you, Neo. Every single man or woman who has stood their ground, everyone who has fought an agent has died.But where they have failed, you will succeed.https://www.moviequotedb.com/movies/matrix-the/quote_32326.html
Anxiety doesn’t lie,
In the psychoanalytic construction scene, surely, you will, moreover are obliged to fucking succeed otherwise you are stupid therapist normie, but most martyrs of post-modernity will stay entangled with symptoms although very productive if carefully dressed, treated a little bit gently then.
He thought he was going insane, so he turned to undergo analysis with none other than his good friend, Jacques Lacan. Sartre said the two of them together concluded that the crabs were symbolic of his fear of loneliness.9 Insane Stories from The Lives of Famous Existentialists, – Zachary Siegel
There are symptoms not to be overexposed, many analysands are saints nowadays. Okay, fine, some pain still remains for the martyr of art. Don’t touch the existential wound too much as Lacan did with the drugged subject.