‘Las monedas de Claudio’ (2019) – Laboratorio de Danza Teatro at Lautaro, Chile
Claudio Naranjo was a psychiatrist and conservatory pianist, he was touched by the grace of the beings he met on his life journey such as Tótila Albert, Fritz Perls, the deep sadness of the untimely death of his son Matías, Idries Shah, Oscar Ichazo, Bob Hoffman, Suzy Stroke, Muktananda, Tarthang Tulku and many more. He wholeheartedly embraced the complexity of human existence, especially the condition of the human suffering. Claudio participated in the 1960s wave of the Californian counter-cultural movement, the rapprochement between Western and Eastern traditions of spiritual openness. He bequeathed us a decisive contribution to the development of the Hoffman Process. He was a pioneer in transpersonal psychotherapies and the therapeutic use of psychotropic drugs. He developed the Enneagram of Personality which includes the Psychology of Enneatypes, and designed the SAT program, a “university for love and global consciousness”, as he liked to call it. He has worked in the field of education as a way to transform the world and leaves behind over 200 books and articles. In a contemporary landscape that is losing value and guidance, he has shed unique light on the difficulties created by the patriarchal world and has offered us different ways out, by laying deep trust in our human potential for self-regulation and mutual assistance. His life experience and his acute awareness of impending death gave his words the strength of a personal will on the challenges of the spiritual adventure. His death overcame while I was in Chile, about to start this workshop. This seminar, was my/our tribute to Claudio Naranjo.
DIRECTION: Pau Aran Gimeno
CREATED WITH & PERFORMED BY: Roberto Saldivia, Fernando Neira, Pierre Kerbart, Isabel Peña, Brenda Lizama, Patricio Contreras, Dayanne Jara, Florencia Estay, María José Barahona, Esteban Canales, Yasna Hauri, Susana Elgueta, Zoe Caprano, Paz Vattier, María Jesús Calderón DRAMATURGY: Pau Aran Gimeno
LIVE MUSIC: Rodrigo Covacevich
VIDEO: Charlie Cattrall
July 30th, 2019. Lautaro