Saw the film, "A Dangerous Method" which gave a most unflattering view of CG. Thought the film had to have been made by Freudians who have mostly fallen out of favor except for when Jeffrey Masson analyzed Freud's seduction theory in the 80's. Anyway, there's nothing sympathetic about Jung in the film. He has no financial worries because of his wealthy wife who worries about being attractive to him while he carries on with a brilliant patient. Freud (in the film) claims that relationship was the reason for his famous break with the man he had considered to be his successor. I wonder if that is true or just the writer of the script taking liberties.
Despite the portrayal, I've always been a fan of Jung and how he dabbled in the esoteric and found meaning in connections, not to mention the archetypes that make sense of our unconscious. And that leads me to dreams. I found an old journal from when I was in Malaysia and a dream I 'd written down- I was in a small plane crossing the creek in Varysburg (the small town where I grew up). I wanted to pay the pilot but only had foreign coins.
When I read that, I thought of how much meaning it held. It took me two decades to return to this place where I began this strange and beautiful journey.