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All these books are diﬃcult, at least partly because of the depth of the unconscious layers they describe. Generally, these books share another quality. They circle around and around their topics rather than developing a linear argument that moves from A to B to C. Symington, in his introduction, asks the reader to read his book twice. He is describing, he says, a single thought, but in order to do so, he has split up his idea into parts; only when the entire book has been read can its beginning be truly understood.
He describes how 44 The creative unconscious and the Self [t]he elusive, deceptive, ever-changing content that possesses the patient like a demon now ﬂits about from patient to doctor and, as the third party in the alliance, continues its game, sometimes impish and teasing, sometimes really diabolical. The alchemists aptly personiﬁed it as the wily god of revelation, Hermes or Mercurius. . [I]t would be an altogether unjustiﬁable suppression of the truth were I to conﬁne myself to the negative description of Mercurius’ impish drolleries, his inexhaustible invention, his insinuations, his intriguing ideas and schemes, his ambivalence and – often – his unmistakable malice.
Putting together the insights of these two geniuses – Jung’s vision of the nature of the deep unconscious and of the psychic processes unleashed by it, The creative unconscious and the Self 37 along with Bion’s perspective on the way those processes manifest and unfold in the consulting room – greatly broadens one’s view of the situation. Repeatedly, Bion says that the psyche is a nonmaterial “thing” and cannot be approached the way the body can be. Discussing the divergence between medicine and analysis, he writes: Suppose the patient complained not of physical but of mental pain; no one doubts the existence of anxiety or sees any incongruity in seeking help to cure it.