This Art of Psychoanalysis – Dreaming Undreamt Dreams and Interrupted Cries – Thomas H. Ogden, 2005

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Routledge, p. 56 

“My recollection of Mr. N.’s Christmas music hallucination and my emotional responses and associations to it led me to become aware that having a reverie – any reverie – that I could make use of analytically was an extremely rare event in my work with Ms. C.  It was not that my thoughts had not wandered during earlier sessions with Ms. C;  what struck me at this point in the session was how little psychological work I had been able to do with my reverie experiences.  There was a feeling of relief in this recognition.”

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