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There are encounters that cannot be explained, which force us to wonder why they have caused so much attraction:

they are episodes that initiate a game of projections, reflections and reflections of ourselves in the other. These help us to grow, to evolve in life even if they bring indescribable passions, sufferings, pains and states of pain.

 

I don't work, I don't live, I only think about you. I let your name roar in my heart and if you were here now, I would hug you with all my strength until we both break in the impetus of what I feel for you.

Based on the book by David Grossman Whether you are a knife to me, letter from the protagonist Yair to Myriam, dated 7 April.

 

Carl Gustav Jung described the Animus as the unconscious masculine side of a woman, and the Anima as the unconscious feminine side of a man. This work wants to tell the story of a man who meets a woman for whom he loses his head, and it is there that he projects his unconscious feminine side.

 

The female soul is a figure that compensates for the male conscience. In women, on the other hand, the compensating figure has a masculine character and it is therefore appropriate to designate it with the name of animus

CGJung Works 7 pag. 203

 

I described this aspect of the psyche by projecting female figures onto the woman herself, to make it clear that the projection of the female side, of a man, is not a stable and specific figure over time and that man tends to project it onto the woman with whom he has the encounter in reality at that precise moment.

People in reality often coincide with our inner figures who perhaps need to be listened to, which is why they are sometimes so disruptive in life.

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