Vatican Library

Even your Freudian your cabin boy, your Adlers absolutely sick, not only conventional psychiatrists, but the greatest of them – are sick and pathological. I'll tell you something, so could you feel that when someone mentioned the death, Freud began to tremble. Twice he even lost consciousness and fell from his chair just because someone was talking about the mummies in Egypt. He lost consciousness. At other times Jung also spoke of death and cadavers and suddenly began to tremble, fell and lost consciousness. If death is so terrible for Freud, at that time talking about his students? And why death is such a fear? Can you imagine the Buddha who fear death? Then it is no longer the Buddha.

Jung said that many times he wanted to go to Rome to visit the Vatican and especially the library, Vatican Library, the largest, which stores the most secret writings ever existed religions – is a rarity. But each time he was buying a ticket, he began to shake – just a trip to Rome! What will happen when you set out to moksha. And he handed a ticket and come back. He was never in Rome, ever. Many times he tried, and finally decided, 'No, I do not I '.

From fear? Why would a psychiatrist be afraid of a trip to Rome? Because Rome – a symbol that represents the religion, and this man. Jung, created around the philosophy of the mind – this philosophy is afraid falter. It's just like a camel afraid to go to the Himalayas, because when the camel runs near the Himalayas, he first learns that he is – nothing.