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A heavy burden. Or the cross can be the shadow, the inferiorities which each of us bears. <><><><><><><><><><><><> For if you have to endure yourself, how will you be able to rend others also? Page 40 This means that if you see your own shadow, you will not need to project it upon others. Jung writes: The shadow is a moral problem that challenges the whole ego-personality, for no one can become conscious of the shadow without considerable moral effort.
No one in whom God is not working feels guilty. Conversely, an inability to feel guilt is commonly found in psychopaths. In such persons it is as if the God-image has become so obscured that nothing exists within them that could balance the claim of their egos to sovereignty. Because there is nothing sacred to the psychopath, that is, nothing more important than his or her own ego, there is nothing inside or outside that ego-demands can run up againsthence, no guilt. The psychopath may bump up against the claims of other people or of the state, but the psychopath's problem is only how to manipulate them.
References to the wounded inner child are scattered throughout the book. It is my hope that some of the commentaries will put us in touch with our wounded souls and provide meaning for our suffering. <><><><><><><><><><><><> Because of an unempathic early environment I was driven as a child to try to understand myselfnobody else seemed to. Because the outer world (represented by my family), misunderstood me I sought solace in its compensation, the inner world. In former times I might have become a rabbi but because neither temple nor church services moved me, I turned to psychology in an effort to understand myself, realizing only much later that the impulse to understand myself was a religious one.