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By Mario Jacoby

Intensity psychotherapy comprises individuals assembly with a purpose to attempt to 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 in the back of this healing come upon? how do they range from what occurs among humans in any scenario? what's the distinction among relationships according 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 perspective of Jungian psychology. "My concern," writes the writer, "is with the mental subtleties interested by any human come upon, and particularly these within the intimate courting that develops in analysis."

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12 Page 12 His own experience, he wrote, has taught me to keep away from therapeutic "methods" as much as from diagnoses. The enormous variation among individuals and their neuroses has set before me the ideal of approaching each case with a minimum of prior assumptions. The ideal would naturally be to have no assumptions at all. ". . 15 It is in this spirit of exploration that I present what follows: my experience and understanding of psychic reality as I have encountered it in myself, in my analysands and in the field of our mutual relationship.

After the termination of an analytic session a woman patient of his suddenly felt an intense wish that Freud would give her a kiss. Of course she did not mention it at the time; she was disgusted with herself for having such a thought, and spent a sleepless night. During the next session she was very disturbed and blocked in her associations until she had mentioned this fantasy. Freud tried to find out the cause of this wish-fantasy and came to the conclusion that the source for it was an experience which had happened to the patient many years ago.

What is the difference between these two attitudes which are called transference and human relationship? What are the implications of these phenomena for the subtleties of the analytic situation? The purpose of this book is to offer some answers to these questions, but first let us consider what the two pioneers in depth psychology understood by transference. Freud's Views on Transference To Sigmund Freud must go the credit for first discovering the phenomenon of transference in psychoanalysis.

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