Alice im Wunderland
Dieser Text entstand durch die Inspiration von Tim Burton's "Alice in
Wonderland". Es geht um das Abtauchen ins Unterbewußtsein
(Unterland), die Konfrontation mit den eigenen Schatten, das Finden der
eigenen Identität und seiner Bestimmung, das
Über-sich-selbst-hinauswachsen und um das Heranreifen zu einer
integrierten Persönlichkeit, was die Selbstverwirklichung ermöglicht.
Für all das ist es von großem Vorteil wenn nicht sogar unerlässlich,
verrückt zu sein.
Manchmal bevorzuge ich die englische Sprache, um mich
auszudrücken. Wahrscheinlich ist es nicht perfekt. Who cares?
In the beginning, Alice is too small and too afraid to accept her
mission to slay the Jabberwocky. She even denies her identity as
everybody is doubting about it. Absolem, the wise and allknowing
caterpillar, calls her a stupid girl, because she doesn't know, who she
is. The Mad Hatter is the only one who's sure that she's the real Alice
they've all been waiting for. There's just something missing...
after time, Alice remembers about her "muchness". But she gets too big
and takes risks that were not demanded. Her defiance seduce her to take
control about the story. She wants to make her own decisions instead of
following commands. Everybody's confused, but the White Queen trusts
In the end, Alice finds herself back and regains her
original size by the help of the White Queen - the right size - to wear
the armor and perform her task. Still she hesitates and hopes there
could be another fighter. It's Absolem who gets out the real Alice -
Alice at last. Then he dies so he can transform as caterpillars do.
Alice takes the sword, slays the monster and defeats the evil Red Queen.
in what we call reality, Alice takes responsibility of her life and
finds her own way. She meets Absolem again who has transformed into a
beautiful butterfly and who had foretold that they'll see each other in
Actually, Alice's selfdecided detour was the
only way to get the Mrutal Sword. And her extreme bigness helped her to
attain the Red Queen's confidence. And the story hides another secret:
Being mad and having visions makes you overstep your fears and live your
life in fullness.
Think this over:
What's your Red Queen, terrifying your inner Kingdom?
What's your Jabberwocky, giving the Red Queen all the power to bear you down?
What's your Mad Hatter, recognizing you and sacrificing himself to help you performing your task?
What's your White Queen, trusting and believing in your strenght and power without pushing you?
What's your Absolem, provoking you just to get out the best of you?
What's your Grinning Bobcat, appearing when you need it the most?
Follow the White Rabbit and step into your own Wonderland!