Page Level Ad

Sunday, June 14, 2015

Aniela Jaffe on Carl Jung's youth




He [Jung] began telling me about himself and the sensitiveness that had tormented him from early youth, how it had encumbered him in his
relationships and made him feel unsure of himself, how ashamed it had made him feel, but how, because of this same impressionability,
he had perceived beauties and experienced things other people scarcely dreamed of. ~Aniela Jaffe, Last Years, Pages 114-115.