By Mario Jacoby
Intensity psychotherapy comprises folks assembly to be able to try and comprehend what's going within the subconscious of 1 of them. the connection that develops among them contains either transference-countertransference reactions (projection) and actual human feeling. What are the mental dynamics in the back of this healing come upon? how do they fluctuate from what occurs among humans in any state of affairs? what's the distinction among relationships in response to projection and people characterised through mental separation? And whilst is love not only projection? This revealing learn, addressed to either layman undefined, deals solutions to those questions from the viewpoint of Jungian psychology. "My concern," writes the writer, "is with the mental subtleties interested in any human come across, and particularly these within the intimate dating that develops in analysis."
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He may be unconscious about certain trends in P's psyche or in his own concerning the relationship. Also, if a patient dreams about the analyst one has to consider that the dream may reflect not only the projections of P toward A but also sometimes A's real attitude in the analytic situation. A dream criticizing the analyst must be taken seriously in the sense that A has to ask himself if this criticism tells him something about his own attitude and blind spots. For instance, there is the quite frequent dream that P wants to telephone A, but A is not there or the communication gets cut off.
26 This model is useful in describing what typically happens in a deep analysis. The patient (P) comes for consultation to the analyst (A). P has certain difficulties or symptoms and wants to be free of them, wants to be cured. The analyst might tell him that psychotherapy depends mainly on mutual cooperation between P and A, in contrast to somatic medicine where chemotherapy works by itself or where one has to endure an operation passively. P has to pay a good deal of money for the analysis, and one would assume that he wants to do his best to Page 26 help the treatment.
But her rebellion was invariably followed by guilt feelings and remorse. She then had to apologize to mother and mother forgave generously. Rebellion was a sin which had to be forgiven by mother and later by her father confessor in church. My patient could not of course see the utmost importance of her rebellious impulses and thus could not trust her own feelings. She became more and more cut off from her own nature and increasingly dependent on mother. Jürg Willi, a Swiss psychoanalyst, says that the child of a mother suffering from a narcissistic disorder has to live from early on with the following paradox: I am only myself if I fulfil the expectations mother has of me.