Notes on sensoriality, corporeity and sexuality in the group
Sensoriality, body and sexuality within the group process were introduced by Carl Gustav Jung’s theory of the soma-psyche unit. Jung. Also through some examples coming from the author’s own experience with therapeutic groups, we will deal with the role played by the senses and by non-verbal communication within the group dynamics. The body is first inspected about its beauty, to be then represented in the group as sexed body, in its various possibilities: as a possible exchange, as an aspect of the group bond, as the beginning of a possible symbolic transformation and as a display of alterity.