Mysterium Coniunctionis (Collected Works of C.G. Jung Vol.14

[Notably the passage below is the final paragraph in Dr. Jung’s last great work “Mysterium Coniunctionis.”]

That a psychological approach to these matters draws man more into the center of the picture as a measure of all things cannot be denied. But this gives him a significance which is not without justification. The two great world-religions, Buddhism and Christianity, have each in its own way, accorded man a central place, and Christianity has stressed this tendency still further by the dogma that God became very man. No psychology in the world could vie with the dignity that God himself has accorded to him. ~Carl Jung; Mysterium Coniunctionis; Page 553; Para 789