Mandala Tibetas budismā un Junga psiholoģijā: salīdzinošā analīze

Posted on June 5, 2012

Bakalaura darbā salīdzinātas mandalas Tibetas budismā un Junga psiholoģijā. Padziļināta simbolu analīze veikta Kālačakras mandalai budismā un Junga veidotai Systema Munditotius mandalai.

Pētījuma mērķis ir uzrādīt mandalas simbolu analoģisko raksturu Tibetas budismā un Junga psiholoģijā, salīdzinot un pētot mandalas sešās kategorijās: mandalas definīcija; mandalas izcelsme; mandalas funkcija; mandalas forma; mandalas simbolisms un mandalas veidošana.

Iegūtie pētījuma rezultāti liecina, ka mandalas simboliem ir analoģisks raksturs un nozīme Tibetas budismā un Junga psiholoģijā. Turklāt pētījumā konstatēts, ka abās sistēmās mandalām ir līdzīga funkcija.

Mandalu salīdzinājums veikts ar fenomenoloģiskās struktūranalīzes metodi.

Atslēgas vārdi: budisms, Jungs, Kālačakra, mandala, psiholoģija, simbolisms, Systema Munditotius, Tibeta.

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The Mandalas of Tibetan Buddhism and Jung’s Psychology: Comparative Analysis

The Sanskrit term mandala is often translated as circle. The current research compares mandalas of Tibetan Buddhism and mandalas in Jungian psychology. Specifically two mandalas are comprehensively analyzed - Kalachakra mandala in Buddhism and Systema Munditotius mandala constructed by Jung in 1916.

The aim of the research is to detect symbolic analogies of mandala in Tibetan Buddhism and Jungian psychology by comparing mandalas in six categories: the definition of mandala; the origin of mandala; the functions of mandala; the forms of mandala; the symbolism of mandala and the construction of mandala.

The results of the research indicate the presence of analogies of mandala symbols in both Tibetan Buddhism and Jungian psychology. Moreover the purpose of mandala construction in both systems seems to be the same.

The research was done using the method of phenomenological structural analysis.

Keywords: Buddhism, Jung, Kalachakra, mandala, psychology, symbolism, Systema Munditotius, Tibet.

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