Baimės ir išgąsčio psichofizinė raiška lietuvių tradicijoje

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Straipsnis / Article
Language:
Lietuvių kalba / Lithuanian
Title:
Baimės ir išgąsčio psichofizinė raiška lietuvių tradicijoje
Alternative Title:
Psycho-physical expression of fear and fright in Lithuanian traditions
In the Journal:
Liaudies kultūra. 2014, Nr. 5, p. 64-72
Keywords:
LT
Baimė; Destruktūruojantis baimės poveikis; Etnomedicina; Išgąstis; Psichofizinė raiška; Struktūra.
EN
De-structuring efect of fear; Ethno-medicine; Ethnomedicine; Fear; Fright; Psychophysical expression; Structure.
Summary / Abstract:

LTTyrimo objektas – baimės ir išgąsčio psichofizinė raiška lietuvių tradicijoje. Tikslas – atskleisti, kaip lietuvių tradicinėje kultūroje įprasminama baimės ir išgąsčio psichofizinė raiška. Metodai – struktūrinis, analitinis, interpretacinis. Pagrindinė išvada: baimė ir išgąstis, kaip ardantys žmogaus psichofizinę visumą, yra analogiški mirčiai ir įgyja įvairias raiškos formas lietuvių kalboje ir tikėjimuose. [Iš leidinio]

ENThe article, based on data of the Lithuanian language, reveals the psychophysical expression of fear in Lithuanian culture. It presents localisation of corporeal fear and its destructuring effect on the psychophysical whole. The parts of the body that “fear” most often as the heart, hair, buttocks and various spots on the feet, The effect of fear can be divided into two groups – dynamic and static. In the first case, when one is afraid their body parts become more active, their skins reddens and heats up. In the second case – the body stiffens, a person can’t move their body parts, and they go pale and cold. The effect of static fear on a person is nearer to the features of death, therefore fear is symbolically understood as death. The de-structuring effect of fear on the psychophysical whole in Lithuanian ethno-medicine is related to a traumatic experience, called “fright” (Lith. išgąstis). Based on living traditions in Lithuania from the end of the 19th c.–20th c. on fright and methods of healing, the fear-induced psychophysical expression is presented – state of mental disorder and body deformation, dimensional variation. The article reveals how in the end of the 19th c.– early 20th c. in Lithuania the de-structuring effect of fear and fright on the psychophysical whole of a person was invoked in treating other psychophysical disorders. [From the publication]

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0236-0551
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