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Korean Society of Sandplay Therapy

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제 목 [국문]
[6권 1호] 재생의 의미로서의 해골의 변환적 상징성
제 목 [영문]
The Transformational Symbolism of Skeleton as a Meaning of Rebirth
저 자
권미라
출 처
1-20 page, 총20 pages
발행 년도
2015
주제 키워드
symbol, skeleton, transformation, rebirth, sandplay therapy
초 록 [국문]
In this study, the researcher considered the symbolic meanings of the skeleton in Korean folk tales,
and analyzed how the skeleton has been developed into a symbol of rebirth in art, heritage, and
religion. Also, the researcher interpreted the symbolic meaning of the skeleton, which appeared in the
client’s sand-picture, through the lens of analytical psychology. Mankind, from ancient times, has
connected the death of unconsciousness as a cooperator of salvation in moments of exhaustion, crisis,
and desire in the conscious life. The appearance of the skeleton in tales and rituals represents not
the end of life but rather coexistence with death, which cannot be detached from life. Through
sandplay therapy, the researcher desired that the client solve the fear of meeting the unconsciousness
that represents death, and encounter the archetypal meaning of the skeleton that exists in the
client’s soul.
초 록 [영문]
In this study, the researcher considered the symbolic meanings of the skeleton in Korean folk tales,
and analyzed how the skeleton has been developed into a symbol of rebirth in art, heritage, and
religion. Also, the researcher interpreted the symbolic meaning of the skeleton, which appeared in the
client’s sand-picture, through the lens of analytical psychology. Mankind, from ancient times, has
connected the death of unconsciousness as a cooperator of salvation in moments of exhaustion, crisis,
and desire in the conscious life. The appearance of the skeleton in tales and rituals represents not
the end of life but rather coexistence with death, which cannot be detached from life. Through
sandplay therapy, the researcher desired that the client solve the fear of meeting the unconsciousness
that represents death, and encounter the archetypal meaning of the skeleton that exists in the
client’s soul.