The only expression I can use for this activity is fantasy.
Fantasy is as much feeling as thinking; as much intuition as sensation.
Fantasy therefore seems to be the clearest expression of the specific activity of the psyche. It is pre-eminently the creative activity from which answers to all unanswerable questions come.
It is the mother of all possibilities where, like all psychological opposites, the inner and outer worlds are joined together in living union.
Fantasy it was, and ever is, which fashions a bridge between the irreconcilable claims of subject and object, introversion and extraversion.
It is fantasy alone in which the worlds are united.