When Jung was building Bollingen on the shores of Lake Zurich, he said of the project,
“I had to make a confession of faith in stone.”
As a clinical psychologist, I find work the theory and approach of Carl Jung by far the most pragmatic and useful of any theorist.
As an older person facing mortality and spiritual issues, I find his story and his work to be profoundly helpful.
These are three related links I am involved with: