Carl Jung's Midlife-Crisis Notebooks
"I had the feeling--this is mythology!"
As he approached 40, Carl Gustav Jung (1875-1961), a Swiss psychiatrist and psychologist, had everything he wanted: a successful career, a large family, plenty of money. And then, he began to experience psychotic visions: he saw a monstrous yellow flood bearing garbage and corpses piling up against the Alps.1
Jung feared that he was descending into madnes…
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