This article presents mathematical concepts the author considers inherent in Adler’s Individual Psychology. Namely, the affinity of concepts shared between calculus and Adlerian psychology derived from the viewpoint and explanations presented by Marina Bluvshtein. First, the author considers the difference between Adler’s law of movement and Newton’s law of motion. Second, the author considers the idea of limit as inherent in the Adlerian law of movement. Third, the mathematical idea of double limit appears through a pursuit of belongingness. Finally, the concept of integration is discussed in connection with early recollections.