Being-in-itself and beening both keep in mind the active nature of psychic experience that can be destroyed by attempts at denition through the vehicle of ordinary language. In a similar indictment Suzuki describes meditative homeostasis as “psychic suicide.” However, Bion also, through O and beening, reminds the reader of the paradoxical relationship between content and no-content, denite and innite, or what Buddhists describe as the relative and the absolute reality. Paradox keeps things open. Perhaps in therapy by keeping open to the gap, precipice and abyss edges can be pushed to greater extremes.