Although the mind cannot apprehend its own form of existence, owing to the lack of an Archimedean point outside, It nevertheless exists. Not only does the psyche exist, it is existence itself. ~Carl Jung, Psychology and Religion, Page 12, Paragraph 18, owing to the lack of an Archimedean point outside, It nevertheless exists. Not only does the psyche exist, it is existence itself. ~Carl Jung, Psychology and Religion, Page 12, Paragraph 18