Carl Jung, on the abundance of wealth in the unconscious

 Carl Jung-sea-fish-paul-klee

 

Consciousness, no matter how extensive it may be, must always remain the smaller circle within the greater circle of the unconscious, an island surrounded by the sea; and, like the sea itself, the unconscious yields an endless and self-replenishing abundance of living creatures, a wealth beyond our fathoming.  

 

 Psychology of the Transference
Collected Works 16
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