Photo: Paul Kugler

Photo: Paul Kugler

“After Jung died, the book lay in a Swiss bank vault for almost 25 years. The family was loathe to publish it, only releasing a few select images for public consumption. Because of the curtain of silence, legend and curiosity around it grew and thrived. Finally, however, the family had a change of heart and agreed to go to press.”

You could regard it in part as his spiritual autobiography, in which he tells of how he refound his soul and found meaning in his life, through enabling the rebirth of the image God within his soul.

Read the full interview here.