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MEDUSA IV:   Las mil caras de Medusa
       
     
MEDUSA IV: Las mil caras de Medusa

MEDUSA. La heroica transcendencia del sufrimiento. El viaje del héroe hacia la Libertad. (Anexo) - Per aspera ad astra -

“Medusa: La heroica trascendencia del sufrimiento. El viaje de un héroe a la libertad "es un proyecto sobre la superación del trauma. Con el libro de Joseph Campbell, “El héroe de las mil caras” en mente, el mito se recrea.

En este proyecto, diferentes mujeres representarán los diferentes “yoes” que cohabitarán en una persona en el proceso traumático, y los diversos matices en las experiencias de la experiencia traumática y la recuperación presentadas como un camino heroico de transformación.

Medusa evoluciona desde el terror de sus vívidas experiencias pasadas hasta su "iluminación" en un nuevo estado de conciencia.

Los fondos son pinturas clásicas del asesinato de Medusa, su cabeza muerta o el uso de su cabeza contra los enemigos de Perseo. Ella está superando flashbacks y recuerdos dolorosos del pasado.

Medusa se ha convertido a través de la "iluminación" en "Libertas", la diosa de la libertad.

La libertad de pie con su antigua "cabeza" es una evocación de la famosa imagen de "Perseo con la cabeza de Medusa" de Benvento Cellini

Medusa se mantiene triunfante con su antigua "cabeza", que fue el trauma. Ella es libre y se da cuenta de la libertad interior que tiene ahora, siempre y cuando mantenga ese estado mental.

Este proyecto está especialmente dedicado a todos aquellos héroes y heroínas que, después del trauma, deciden cada día; Vivir en lugar de morir. A quienes eligen activamente ayudarse a sí mismos/as para ayudar al mundo. Estos son los héroes y heroínas resilientes y silenciosos de nuestro mundo cotidiano, quienes, aunque carecen de fama, fortuna y reconocimiento, se atreven a caminar diariamente a través del interminable arduo y desconocido camino de su viaje interior, para su superación y supervivencia.





Medusa IV. A thousand faces of Medusa
       
     
Medusa IV. A thousand faces of Medusa

MEDUSA. The heroic transcendence of suffering. (Annexed)

-Per aspera ad astra -

“Medusa: The heroic transcendence of suffering. A journey to freedom” is a project about overcoming trauma. With Joseph Campbell’s book, “The hero with a thousand faces” in mind, the myth is re-created.

In this project, different women will represent the different selves that cohabit in a person in the traumatic process, and the diverse nuances in the experiences of the traumatic experience and recovery presented as a heroic path of transformation.

Medusa evolves from the terror of her vivid past experiences until her “enlightenment” in a new state of consciousness.

The backgrounds are classical paintings of the Medusa’s murder, her dead head, or the use of her head against Perseus’ enemies. She is overcoming flashbacks and painful memories of the past.


Medusa has become through “enlightenment” in “Libertas” the goddess of freedom.

Liberty standing with her old “head” it’s an evocation of the famous image of “Perseus with the head of Medusa“
Medusa stands triumphant with her old “head” which was the trauma. She is free and she realises the inner freedom that she has now, as long as she keeps that mind-state.

This project is especially dedicated to all those heroes and heroines who, after trauma, decide each day; to live instead of dying. To those who actively choose to help themselves to help the world. These are the resilient and silent heroes and heroines of our daily world, who, though lacking in fame, fortune and recognition, dare to walk daily through the endless arduous and unknown path of their inner journey, for their self-improvement and survival.




MEDUSA. The heroic transcendence of suffering. (Annexed)

-Per aspera ad astra -

“Medusa: The heroic transcendence of suffering. A journey to freedom” is a project about overcoming trauma. With Joseph Campbell’s book, “The hero with a thousand faces” in mind, the myth is re-created.

In this project, different women will represent the different selves that cohabit in a person in the traumatic process, and the diverse nuances in the experiences of the traumatic experience and recovery presented as a heroic path of transformation.

Medusa evolves from the terror of her vivid past experiences until her “enlightenment” in a new state of consciousness.

The backgrounds are classical paintings of the Medusa’s murder, her dead head, or the use of her head against Perseus’ enemies. She is overcoming flashbacks and painful memories of the past.


Medusa has become through “enlightenment” in “Libertas” the goddess of freedom.

Liberty standing with her old “head” it’s an evocation of the famous image of “Perseus with the head of Medusa“ by by Benvento Cellini
Medusa stands triumphant with her old “head” which was the trauma. She is free and she realises the inner freedom that she has now, as long as she keeps that mind-state.

This project is especially dedicated to all those heroes and heroines who, after trauma, decide each day; to live instead of dying. To those who actively choose to help themselves to help the world. These are the resilient and silent heroes and heroines of our daily world, who, though lacking in fame, fortune and recognition, dare to walk daily through the endless arduous and unknown path of their inner journey, for their self-improvement and survival.







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