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A devotee of European Romanticism, Khan, following Blake, established ‘. . the sovereignty of intensity, immediacy and im agination’ in the analytic process (K han 1983 : 24). When the analytic space becomes a holding environment where ‘true self’ experiences can establish themselves without the premature intrusion of interpretation, it can function as a ‘dream space’, a place of ‘mysteries’ or even a habitat for ‘lying fallow . : 183, his emphases). Like Winnicott and Khan, Milner emphasized both the value of illusion as a transitional experience or area and the clinical importance of benign regression to dependence for a period of analysis for very disturbed and/or damaged patients.
Above all Winnicott emphasized the quality of subjective 20 W h ite experience, and contem porary developments of his theories posit a less radical rupture between infant development and adult experience. They aim to keep it all on board. 4 True to form, Independent theorists make use of these concepts in original and unpredictable ways. Powerful trends in Independent thinking, which emerged in the 1980s and 1990s and which are still gathering intellectual and clinical momentum, include Benjamin’s expansion of the concept of intersubjectivity drawing from W innicott’s ‘use of an object’; Ogden’s ‘analytic third’ which extends W innicott’s ‘transitional space’ into the analytic relationship; the questioning and breaking open of gender identifications (primarily Benjamin, but also Ogden); necessary ruthlessness (Bollas and Benjamin);5 and multiple extensions and elaborations of object usage (Bollas).
Winnicott believed in the possibility of regression to a state of fusion with the object, or to a stage at which boundaries between self and other are not yet properly differentiated. He thought that the analytic attitude needed to approxim ate to primary maternal preoccupation: in other words, the therapist becomes so attuned to his patient’s state of mind that much communication is non-verbal, and for a period of time he becomes as absorbed in his patient as a m other in her newborn infant. Bollas writes movingly about this aspect of W innicottian technique: [S]uch patients seek a special ambience with the analyst, where the analyst’s interpretations are initially less im portant for their content and more significant for what is experienced as a maternal presence, an empathic response .