“Nothing is possible without love,” C.G

Jung once told Miguel Serrano, “not even the processes of alchemy, for love puts one in a mood to risk everything and not to withhold elements.” Alchemy is the particular variant of occult spiritual doctrine on which Jung settled as closest to his own school of depth psychology. And, as Serrano explained, since Jung “revitalized the work of the Gnostics and the alchemists, he himself had to participate in their mysteries.


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