In this article the author intends to investigate the idea that the "Analytic Large Group" has constructive features and not only destructive and disorganizing ones, as often highlighted in the literature. For this purpose a key role is offered by the activation of its mythopoetic function. The mythopoetic function is the essential mental capacity of creating tales and - because of its intermediate and preconscious positioning - it can support the group experience’s understanding through-out the metabolization of the archaic and regressive Analytic Large Group’s dimensions. Indeed the author think over the bridging role carried out by the myth, that has the same meaning for the group as the dream for the individual and there-fore, we can consider it as a protomodel of the Group’s state of mind. The Analytic Large Group setting can play a mythopoetic role expanding the room for both individual and collective thinking thanks to the evocative and polysemous power of ancient myths or by generating new collective stories; it reconnects the individual and the group with the historical, cultural and collective representation of identity bringing out the social ties’ constructive and reconstructive resources.
Keywords: Analytic Large Group, Large Group, Myth, Mithopoetic function, K bond (link), Collective identity.