By Michael Fordham
Michael Fordham was once a pal of Jung, made many significant contributions to analytical psychology. This quantity brings jointly his key writings on analytical method. they're vital simply because they've got formed and proficient analytical method as we discover it this present day. those writings might be welcomed by way of either trainee and practicing analysts.
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It is during the last‘stage of transformation’ that he emphasizes the importance of the analyst’s psychic states. He compares the analytic relation to chemical interaction, and continues that treatment can ‘by no device…be anything but the product of mutual influence, in which the whole being of the doctor as well as the patient plays a part’ (p. 71). ’ The analogy of ‘chemical interaction’ is very far-reaching; indeed, because of the considerable fusion of the personalities that occurs, a fact that can only be overlooked to the detriment of both parties, it becomes necessary for the analyst to transform himself, to some extent at least, if his patient is to get well.
Among Jung’s close followers technique has got rather a bad name, for the understandable reason that it can be designed to influence the patient in the interest of theory, and then can become a defensive abstraction that must often, if not always, be classed as counter-transference. The idea can be illustrated by being considered in relation to Jung’s view of psychoanalytic theory, for this he regarded as a technique used against the irrationality of the archetypal unconscious. It is not my object to discuss this proposition, nor to claim that Jung’s idea is correct now.
In this way he is not alienated from his world—for he really suffers from his tendency to live at another’s expense. I now wish to bring these statements into relation with another and later statement (Jung, 1946, p. 71): ‘The bond [of the transference] is often of such intensity that we could almost speak of a “combination”. ’ The question that must spring to mind is how, if the relationship is so intimate, it can be desirable for meetings to be so infrequent. There have always been certain implications in Jung’s concept of a transpersonal objective psyche, which Robert Moody expresses very clearly in relation to the transference when he says of a case (1955, p.