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50) 46 BUILDING ON BION: ROOTS Here Bion sets the stage for introducing the concept of projective identification as a key mechanism for understanding human behavior and group life. Knowing that we seek and find others willing to receive our exportation of what is toxic and indigestible to ourselves, he brings us face to face with the irrevocability of interdependency – in the most intimate and profound ways. …in group mentality the individual finds a means of expressing contributions which he wishes to make anonymously, and, at the same time his greatest obstacle to the fulfillment of the aims he wishes to achieve by membership of the group.
I wonder what these expectations are, and what has aroused them. (ibid. 30) Rather than ‘merciless,’ this may be regarded as an empathic comment made to all members present, to the group-as-a-whole, as well as an invitation to members to examine their own individual experiences of the relationship, their bases in reality. Such an intervention implies a recognition of the importance of subjective perceptions in the process of learning from experience. Bion further develops these implications later in the book and even more in later writings.
I point out that it is hard for the group to admit that this could be my way of taking groups, or even that I should be allowed to take them in such a way. 30) This intervention seems empathic toward the group as a whole, a kind of ‘mirroring’, if you will, of the group’s attitude toward him at the moment. Does not such an intervention enable members to acknowledge their frustrations under the circumstances and to express their anger? Isn’t this an example of Bion’s preparedness to serve the group in a ‘containing’ function?
An Introduction to Algebraic Structures by Azriel Rosenfeld