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Spektrogramm einer weiblichen Stimme

 


 

Die Stimme des wahren Selbstes erheben


Spektrogramm einer weiblichen Stimme (0-5000 Hz)
Satz: "It's all Greek to me", August 2007

Frauen können ihre depressive Erkrankung eindämmen, indem sie den Weg zu ihrer eigenen Stimme finden. Die amerikanische Psychologin und Professorin für Genderstudien Carol Gilligan, Ph.D. betont die Wichtigkeit, das weibliche "Beziehungsselbst" dem männlichen "autonomen Selbst" gleichzustellen und aufzuhören, fremde, männliche Werte überzubewerten. Weibliche Depression kann überwunden werden, wenn Frauen ihre eigenen Fähigkeiten und Ressourcen aufspüren und sie für ihre ureigenen Ziele einsetzen. Wichtig ist, dass sie sich erlauben, Unterstützung und Hilfe zu aktivieren und anzunehmen.

 

Das Risiko für Frauen, depressiv zu werden, erhöht sich, wenn sie ihr Bedürfnis nach Bindung unterdrücken und ihr wahres Selbst zum Schweigen bringen, weil sie glauben, dass dieses im Außen nicht akzeptiert und anerkannt wird.

 

Quelle: ► Carol Gilligan, Ph.D. (*1936) US-amerikanische Professorin für Genderstudien, Psychologin, feministische Ethikerin (Gemeinschaft,
Beziehung), Autorin, Die andere Stimme. Lebenskonflikte und Moral der Frau, Deutscher Taschenbuch Verlag (dtv), München, 1996
Siehe auch: ► Depression
See also: ► Transforming rankist rape culture into digntiarian consent culture and ► Depression

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Grammophon, ~1914



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Falling mute and regaining voice

At age 7.5 Maya Angelou was raped by her "stepfather" Mr. Freeman. She confessed the crime to her brother, who informed the rest of the family. Released from jail after only one day, the rapist was killed, supposedly by Angelou's uncles. As a result the child Maya became mute for nearly 5 years. Her mother used to beat her up for her muteness.

  • I thought, my voice killed him; I killed that man, because I told his name. And then I thought I would never speak again, because my voice would kill anyone. Audio interview with Maya Angelou (1928-2014) US American historian, actress, producer, director, educator, civil-rights activist, playwright, poet, best-selling black author, I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings, presented by BBC, BBC World Service Book Club, October 2005

 

  • I'm not an activist, nor the leader of any mass movement, and I'm certainly not the "voice of the voiceless".
    We know of course there's really no such thing as the 'voiceless'. There are only the deliberately silenced, or the preferably unheard. Sydney Peace Prize lecture by Arundhati Roy (*1961) Indian political activist, essayist, novelist, Seymour Theatre Centre, University of Sydney, delivered 3. November 2004, The 2004 Sydney Peace Prize Lecture, presented by sydney.edu.au, 4 November 2004

 

  • I listened to my [inner] voices, with whom I'd finally learned to live with peace and respect and which in turn reflected a growing sense of compassion, acceptance and respect towards myself.
    As a very wonderful doctor once said to me, "Don't tell me what other people have told you about yourself. Tell me about you."
    An important question in psychiatry shouldn't be what's wrong with you but rather what's happened to you.
    Once social change begins, it cannot be reversed. You cannot humiliate the person who feels pride [empowered]. You cannot oppress the people who are not afraid anymore. Video presentation by Eleanor Longden, Ph.D., British doctoral researcher on voice hearing, trauma, psychosis, and recovery, coordinator of the Intervoice Scientific Committee, trustee of the UK Soteria Network, The voices in my head, transcript, presented by TED Talks 2013, 14:17 minutes duration, filmed February 2013, posted February 2013, posted on YouTube 8. August 2013

 

Recommendation

  • Your soul's voice is a transmission only you can give.
    Emerging women,
    ➤ do not be afraid of your power,
    ➤ let your voice transmit all of who you are. […]
    ➤ [D]are to speak Goddess, not English.
    Life longs to hear you.
Video presentation by Sera Beak, US American scholar of comparative world religions, spiritual activist (redvolutionary), mentor, speaker, author, Sera Beak – In All Trembling Fears and Trembling Boldness, presented by Emerging Women Live conference, New York City, YouTube film, minute 30:52 and minute 38:15, 38:57 minutes duration, posted 7. December 2014

 

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  • Sound is the force of creation, the true whole. Music then, becomes the voice of the great cosmic oneness and therefore the optimal way to reach this final state of healing. Hazrat Inayat Khan (1882-1927) Indian founder of the International Sufi Order and the International Sufi movement, 1983, cited in: Don Campbell, Music. Physician for Times to Come, S. 119, Quest Books, Theosophical Publishing House, 1991

 

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Patriarchy crushing voices resulting in dissociation

  • The optimism that is at the core of this work, and that is actually riveting to me at the present moment, is that the very capacities of our nature, the capacity – we have a voice – to communicate with other people, and to live in relationship, to resolve conflicts in relationship, are the grounds both, they are the requisites of love, but they are also the requisites of democratic citizenship. So, our human nature, qualities that are ours as humans are aligned with love, and aligned with democratic forms of living. So if you are going to set up a patriarchal structure, you have to break those capacities, you have to traumatize them, and the result is dissociation. Video presentation by / Q&A with Carol Gilligan, Ph.D. webster.edu (*1936) US American professor of gender studies, psychologist, feminist, ethicist (community, relationships), writer, Learning to See in the Dark: The Roots of Ethical Resistance, sponsored by The Dalai Lama Center For Ethics and Transformative Values MIT World, minute 43:20, 1:10:34 duration, recorded 24. April 2009, uploaded 23. December 2011

 

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Wounds of patriarchy: Becoming aware of democratic men- and womenhood vs. patriarchal men- and womenhood

  • Look at patriarchy and the tie between
    ➤ the shaming of masculinity and men's violence and
    ➤ the shaming of femininity and women's silence. […]
Violence occurs when women's voices are silent or silenced. […]
[B]ecause the initiation [into patriarchy] of girls [at age 11-12] is later [than boys' initiation at age 5-7] [...] that girl's voices and women's voices will give words to something that is felt deeply also by men but often not [voiced] in language. And when women's voices drop out of the conversation this awareness and this knowledge tends to drop out with it. Video presentation by / Q&A with Carol Gilligan, Ph.D. webster.edu (*1936) US American professor of gender studies, psychologist, feminist, ethicist (community, relationships), writer, Learning to See in the Dark: The Roots of Ethical Resistance, sponsored by The Dalai Lama Center For Ethics and Transformative Values, sponsored by MIT World, minute 46:42, 1:10:34 duration, recorded 24. April 2009, uploaded 23. December 2011

 

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Recension: "...the little book that started a revolution"

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Etwa 6-15% aller Menschen hören irgendwann einmal im Leben Stimmen. Weit über die Hälfte der weithin stigmatisierten Stimmenhörer sind psychisch gesund und leben unauffällig. Gehirnscanner zeigen, dass das Stimmenhören keine "Einbildung" ist; Betroffene "hören" tatsächlich etwas. Die Inhalte des Gehörten hat mehr Bedeutung als bisher vermutet.
Bekannte Stimmenhörer: Abraham (Genesis 12,1-3), Prophet Elia (1. Könige 19,11-13), Engelsvision von Prophet Jesaja (Jesaja 6) Saulus-Paulus (Apostelgeschichte 9), Sokrates (469-399 v. Chr.), Augustinus (354-430), Gotthold Ephraim Lessing, Rainer Maria Rilke, Andy Warhol


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Partial transcript: Carol Gilligan: "To care is to be present, it’s to have a voice, it’s to be in relationship.", 9. March 2012


 

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