In this chapter I want to consider the impact a group has on individual members. There are two fundamental forms of that impact, arising from two intra-group relations - firstly, being a part of a connection with another member or members and, secondly, being a witness looking on at others connecting. I shall consider the work of Ron Britton on the ‘third position’ and give illustrations of these positions in short vignettes. These alternations between the modalities of relations within a group determine the capacity for the group, and for the conductor, to be an adequate reflective space.