Tangible Self Contents

The Tangible Self

Contents

Introduction...................................................................................1
1. Selective Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitor withdrawal..................4
2. Direct observation of unconscious structures............................9
3. SSRI withdrawal––a structural and dynamic analysis.............12
4. Native Psychoanalysis.............................................................18
5. The Open Emotional Posture..................................................25
6. Native Psychoanalysis––
A Case of Obsessive Nosogenesis..............................................28
7. Example 1. Native Psychoanalysis of an obsessive/hysterical
symptom presentation and subsequent cure by way of
revealing the primary determinant in obsessive
nosogenesis.................................................................................31
8. The Fixation...........................................................................37
9. Native Psychoanalysis example 2..........................................43
10. The cycle of libidinal energy and the formation
of wishes....................................................................................48
11. Native Psychoanalysis example 3........................................52
12. The role of infantile determinants in the creation of screen
fantasies for later repressed traumata..........................................62
13. The proximity of ego identification and the factor of
resistance....................................................................................64
14. A note about reaction formation, the anal sadistic, and an
effect of hate in general defense.................................................65
15. Language and its relationship to the level of determination
as a predictor of unconscious content with regard to
constructions..............................................................................68
16. One brief example of Native Psychoanalysis where form
is meaning..................................................................................71
17. Two more examples of Native Psychoanalysis....................72
18. The development of reactive unconscious structures...........75
19. 1. Paranoid neurosis: a contrary analysis as a transference
neurosis. 2. A contrary speculation about the genesis of
moral development in female personality...................................80
20. The role of confluent libidinal cathexes in introversion
hallucination, the perversions, neurosis and mental
health, and some theoretical implications regarding
a role of libido in the aggressive drives.......................................88
21. Creative psychology: Creativity as therapeutic substitute
symptom formation and the assembly of a literary lucid
dream––the intentional direction of unconscious
processes.....................................................................................95
22. The mechanics of sublimation–– Attachment of the lucid
dream onto unconscious processes..............................................97
23. Ego Defense and Ontological Calculus...............................105
24. Of angels and pins–– Theory, Masochism, the Death
Instinct and the future................................................................113
Appendix
a. The Rational Obsession.........................................................120
b. Phylogenetic Note.................................................................128
c. The Engine of Creation.........................................................130
d. Obsession..............................................................................143
e. Psychological Topography....................................................157
f. The OEP Discovery...............................................................161
g. The possible and the desirable...............................................163
h. Example of a basic analysis of the upper structures of
personality.................................................................................165
i. Symbolic Analysis..................................................................167
j. The Emotive Rationalist, The Creative Emotional Posture
and The Physiology of Rational Magic......................................173
k. A Creative Exercise...............................................................186
l. A Questionable OEP Experiment–– Hope, Comparison
and Degeneration.......................................................................188
Bibliography..............................................................................194