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But if I anticipate it or make an effort towards it, then it will certainly never happen .... When I anticipate it I get excited and then I become afraid ... JI don't know ... maybe of getting excited ... so I have to short-circuit it ... the only way it really works is if it catches me unplanned .... I was reading this book yesterday and I got so excited that I was reading too quickly and I had the feeling of being consumed by my excitement ... really ... while at the same time fearing that if I continued to read I would finish it and then it would be over ....
An extremely narcissistic man who for years was secretly convinced that I used the same Kleenex all day long for each patient, and who himself picked discarded objects off the street, was unable to boil water without anxiety because of his excessive "empathy" with the overheated bottom of the kettle. Although his sympathy for the inflamed bottom and the discarded object was traceable to his having been beaten and discarded as a child, the mutative determinant was an "oceanic" consciousness about which he said: "I feel that the world is seamless ...
W. 8. Years, Long-legged fly The facr is rhar rhe speech of subjecrs berween 4 and 6 (observed in siruarions in which children work, play, and speak freely) is nor inrended ro provide informarion, ask quesrions, ere. (that is, it is nor socialized language), but consisrs rarher of monologues or "collecrive monologues" in rhe course of which everyone ralks ro himself without listening to the others (that is, egocentric language) .... It is only after long training that 22 NARCISSISTIC STATES the child reaches the point (at the operatory stage) where he speaks no longer for himself but from the point of view of the other (Piaget and lnhelder 1966, pp.