In this chapter, the author explores how our mind can be constrained by a person or system, how our mind itself can be industrialised so it becomes a container that needs filling rather than the substance that fills it, and how a therapy which the author call subversion therapy can unseat these systems and create space for the return of the flesh – the flesh is the finite limit that un-limits. This therapy aims to create a space where new paths of desire can be spontaneously forged – paths of desire potentially relevant to the individual client and relevant to the times we are in. Subversion therapy is inseparable from a wider movement, a forceful call to arms in a war against increasing industrialisation of desire in society, therapeutic models and mental health services. The chapter gives two examples of how subversion therapy works in action; the examples are composites of personal material, real life client material, and fictional characters.