This chapter is concerned, in various senses, with the relationships, interactions, and mutual exchanges between the people and the physical body of a city. C. G Jung draws attention to an aspect of the psyche, best described as the imagination an aspect that James Hillman would later greatly invest in. An important idea introduced by Hillman is the concept of pathologizing. Pathological states are what he calls a soul in extremis. These are suffering and abnormal states of mind, or the fantastic conditions of the psyche. Different authors from different times put urban and physiological organisms together there are analogies between the city and the human body. 'Each soul at some time or another demonstrates illusions and depressions, overvalued ideas, manic flights and rages, anxieties, compulsions, and perversions'. However, messages from the soul can be deciphered in some way.