In 1995, at the IAAP Congress in Zurich, Edward Whitmont presented a paper entitled "Homeopathy, Alchemy, and the Treatment of Borderline Cases". (Whitmont, 1995). This ground-breaking paper addressed the alchemical roots of homeopathy, discussing the use of homeopathic medicines in conjunction with the analysis of patients whose suffering originated in early trauma and in whom movement toward individuation required complementary modalities that could address the entire organism (body as well as mind). To my knowledge, that was the first public international discussion about combining homeopathy with analysis. In this paper, I shall continue on the path opened by Whitmont.