By Mario Jacoby
Intensity psychotherapy includes individuals assembly so that it will try and comprehend what's going within the subconscious of 1 of them. the connection that develops among them includes either transference-countertransference reactions (projection) and actual human feeling. What are the mental dynamics at the back of this healing come across? how do they vary from what occurs among humans in any scenario? what's the distinction among relationships in accordance with projection and people characterised by way of mental separation? And whilst is love not only projection? This revealing research, addressed to either layman undefined, bargains solutions to those questions from the viewpoint of Jungian psychology. "My concern," writes the writer, "is with the mental subtleties considering any human come across, and particularly these within the intimate courting that develops in analysis."
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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.
The patient may have a dream showing the exact psychic situation of the analyst. Or the analyst may have a sudden, "irrational" anxiety attack concerning the patient and contact him by telephone, thereby preventing a suicide attempt. Telepathic and synchronistic events between the two are based also on this constellation. Page 31 Does Transference Influence Dreams? It was Jung's view that dreams are autonomous, spontaneous events which cannot be influenced directly. Freudians are generally of the opinion that transference influences dreams to a high degree that the wish to please the analyst may produce dreams which the analyst likes or expects and which are in line with his or her views and concepts.
The technique of treatment is a logical consequence of the whole Page 18 Freudian theory about the psyche and the occurrence of transference. I think it is important to keep these first observations on transference phenomena in mind. They form a historical framework within which one may better understand Jung's starting-point. And after all there is much truth in them, and they give a valuable and most necessary point of view in any analysis. G. Jung Freud's straightforward, purely causalistic theory was for Jung too narrow and one-sided.