In this chapter the author begins by reflecting on the space of difference generated in ordinary language by the term “intuition”. Bion, in his work with the psychotic part of the personality, proposes the need to expand fluctuating attention to all the boxes of the grid, that is to say, to more extensive fields of reference for analytical work. The first type concerning the mental structure inside the session suggests “opacifying” memory and desire and practicing “hallucinosis”. The second is a theoretical one, to work outside the session: about the need to assimilate and dispose of a suitcase of abstract theoretical elements as light as possible. The combination of the two exercises, intra moenia and extra moenia, makes it possible to overcome the mental flooding produced by theories that are too “difficult” because they are redundant, epistemologically confusing, and not very formalized.