The “littleness” of the Holy Spirit stems from the fact that God’s pneuma dissolves into the form of little flames, remaining none the less intact and whole.
His dwelling in a certain number of human individuals and their transformation into huiõi tou theou1 signifies a very important step forward beyond “Christocentrism.”. . .
On the level of the Son there is no answer to the question of good and evil; there is only an incurable separation of the opposites . .
. . It seems to me to be the Holy Spirit’s task and charge to reconcile and reunite the opposites in the human individual through a special development of the human soul. ~Carl Jung, Symbolic Life, Page CW 18, pars. 1552f.
The fundamental idea of the theologians is always this: the earthly fate of the Church as the body of Christ is modelled on the earthly fate of Christ himself. That is to say the Church, in the course of her history, moves towards a death . . .
until the last day when, after fulfilling her earthly task, she becomes “unnecessary” and “dies,” as indicated in Psalm 71:7: “until the moon shall fail.” These ideas were expressed in the symbolism of Luna as the Church. Just as the kenosis of Christ was fulfilled in death . . . even so it is with the parallel kenosis of Ecclesia-Luna. ~Carl Jung, Mysterium Coniunctionis, CW 14, par. 28, note 194.
If the death of the Church can be postponed to the “last day,” The man who is not particularly bold . . . will . . . thank God that the Holy Spirit does not concern himself with us overmuch. One feels much safer under the shadow of the Church, which serves as a fortress to protect us against God and his Spirit. It is very comforting to be assured by the Catholic Church that it “possesses” the Spirit, who assists regularly at its rites. Then one knows that he is well chained up. ~Carl Jung, “Letter to Père Lachat,” The Symbolic Life, CW 18, par. 1534.
It is for your own good that I am going because unless I go the Advocate [Paraclete] will not come to you; but if I do go,
I will send him to you. (John 16:7, Jerusalem Bible)
I shall ask the Father, and he will give you another Advocate [Paraclete] to be with you forever, that Spirit of truth whom the world can never receive since it neither sees nor knows him; but you know him, because he is with you, he is in you. I will not leave you orphans; I will come back to you.
In a short time the world will no longer see me; but you will see me, because I live and you will live. On that day you will understand that I am in my Father and you in me and I in you. (John 14:16 20, Jerusalem Bible)