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Because of the analytic “rules” proscribing her from viewing me. But sensory details of the office and me showed up in her dreamscapes— and delighted her. Her pleasure in these discoveries reminded me of the peek-a-boo game. Each time she refound me was a pleasure. She qualities and not take them for her own. The sharing of the godlike and mystical with me, in this protected way, allows her the ecstasies of the illusion of our communion (on many libidinal levels) without the impingement of the rival and without the pain associated with differentiation.
About six months later on a New Year’s Eve (we are now 10 months into the analysis), we were having a session, which I was experiencing as an excellent hour. I was at ease, working well, with a sense of relaxation and spontaneity. We’d had a few months of intense and good work about which I was pleased, even self-congratulatory. I was meditating on a most recent series of dreams—containing sexual imagery—to which she had associated with interpretations upward, as she talked about their metaphorical meanings.
24 Jill C. Herbert Both patient and analyst became entangled in action scenarios, which appeared as excitements in the evolving transference/countertransference interface and involved boundary violations (albeit of differing sorts) by both participants. They were unusually intense and demanding of the analyst in a number of ways: My patient did things. I presume I did things, too, in response or provocation—and that the action that was privileged by the patient’s psychic structure came to roost within my countertransference in some subtle and complex ways.