By C. G. Jung
Essays which kingdom the basics of Jung's mental method: "On the Psychology of the Unconscious" and "The family members among the Ego and the Unconscious," with their unique types in an appendix.
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Then he had left the party and spent all afternoon walking on his own, feeling rather empty. End of the communication. Silence. I had a sense that something was wrong—certainly, it didn’t seem to me that there was anything to interpret in his communication. After a while I told him it seemed to me that inside that package in the fridge there were also feelings of jealousy and curiosity about me, less “acceptable” feelings that he hadn’t been able to talk about. Another author of detective stories that Bion liked was Chesterton, and he sometimes quoted a story in which the murderer leaves the scene of the crime undisturbed, dressed as a postman, while everyone present swears that “no one was there”.
Into this space the patient would be admitted at one point, and the activities within that space would be so organised that he could move freely in any direction according to the resultant of his conflicting impulses. His movements 7 This was the name of the Tavistock Clinic before the war. I am indebted to Miss P. King for this information. W H Y W E CA N ’ T CA L L O U R S E LV E S B I O N I A N S ( 1 9 8 7 ) 7 as far as possible were not to be distorted by outside interference. ” I think that anyone familiar with the use of the grid to map the patient’s movements during the sessions will recognise its precursor in this brief sketch.
If the individual becomes part of a group to which he does not delegate his own responsibility, he will be able to observe that there “advantages” 1 Levi, P. (1959) Survival in Auschwitz (If this is a man). First published in 1947 in Italian as Se questo è un uomo; English translation by Stuart Woolf published in 1959. T H E R O L E O F T H E G R O U P W I T H R E G A R D TO T H E “ U N T H I N K A B I L I T Y ” 27 on the emotional level, because the good functioning of a group with a common task can effectively reassure the individual that what cannot be borne if faced alone, in a group is partly stripped of its devastating ferocity.