By Aldo Carotenuto
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This can result in extreme disorientation, and at such times the analyst must be capable of controlling the situation. The moment indicated by the dream is very dangerous but calculated, since, as has been said, these moments must come in which one loses the ground beneath one's feet. But the help given should encourage the process of transformation rather than promote infantile dependence. They are, however, dangerous, and it is important for the analyst to see the warning signs and know how to evaluate them.
Unless I change the program, it will always make the same mistakes. But until this change happens, Lydia remains trapped in the compulsion to repeat. We encounter a fantastic construction seemingly produced by a matrix having nothing to do with the dreamer's experience (and yet the dream is her own). I realize this and think it's ridiculous. She is beginning to understand that a set of projections exists by which the events and situations of her life are created. The "others" have their responsibilities too, but that is another story.
In concrete terms, this means that in all probability the individual will make the wrong choices in life, since the mother is the mediator of values belonging to the past and, as such, no longer currently relevant. As though to confirm this, the patient presents us with a dream in which she must confront a divinity. Here we need to remember that Lydia's father was paralyzed and her mother took over. Those who are familiar with myths or fairy tales know how often one finds in them the figure of the witch who must be approached and defeated through a whole series of typical acts.