Deconstruction of Trauma Narratives and Healing in the Stories from the Jing Lu Yi Xiang
|Authors:||簡意娟||Keywords:||經律異相;佛經故事;心理創傷;敘事治療;佛教文學;Jing Lu Yi Xiang;sutra story;psychological trauma;narrative therapy;Buddhist literature||Issue Date:||Jun-2019||Publisher:||法鼓文理學院||Journal:||法鼓佛學學報||Journal Issue:||24||Journal Pages:||91-126||Abstract:||近年以敘述治療理論作為文學的研究方法，是新開拓的領域。筆者檢視《經律異相》中的故事，發現有許多創傷療癒的實踐過程，因此本文以此為文本，從故事文學角度切入，敘事治療理論為研究方法，來探討《經律異相》故事中創傷敘事的解構與療癒。
In recent years, there has been a growth of interest in the theory of narrative therapy as a new research method for the study literature. The author examines the Jing Lu Yi Xiang and finds many stories related to the practice of treating trauma. This article explores the deconstruction and healing process described in the narratives of trauma from the Jing Lu Yi Xiang from the perspective of narrative literature, using narrative therapy theory as a research method. The stories presented in this article presents four aspects in the deconstruction and healing of trauma narratives: (1) Deconstruction of the dependently arisen process of union and separation; (2) Deconstruction of birth, old age, illness, and death with impermanence; (3) Deconstruction of the five aggregates by examining the process of rebirth; (4) Deconstruction of wealth and poverty with karma. The text not only presents important Buddhist concepts, but also offers solutions to various common predicaments of human life. The Buddha's narratives, together with the personal accounts of trauma presented in their own language by members of the audience, reveals a process of deconstructing traumatic experiences with the help of Buddhist ideas, and resolving fundamental challenges of the human condition, each story presenting a different form of healing strategy and outcome.
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