Man and His Symbols – Carl Jung (1964)


“… In his autobiography of 1961, Memory, Dreams, Reflections, he wrote, ‘From then on I always felt mistrustful when the word ‘love’ was spoken. The feeling I associated with ‘woman’ was for a long time that of innate unreliability.’ As for his father, he was kind but weak-willed, and all too accepting of the religious dogma in which he had long lost all faith. Jung was a solitary and introverted child who imagined that he had two personalities, that of a typical schoolboy of his time (Personality No. 1), and that of a dignified, authoritative, and influential man from the past (Personality No. 2). He once carved a tiny mannequin into the end of a wooden ruler, which he kept together with a painted stone in a pencil case in his attic. He periodically returned to the mannequin, bringing to it scrolls inscribed in a secret language of his invention. …”
Psychology Today
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