Letters of C. G. Jung: Volume 2, 1951-1961

To R . J. Zwi Werblowsky

Dear Dr. Werblowsky, 2 September 1953

Best thanks for kindly sending me R. Gikatilla’s text on dreams.

The identification of Chalom and Cholem with Kether is very interesting for all its scurrility.

When I read that, I had to think of the question recently raised by a mathematician, as to whether it was possible to produce absolute chance groupings.

The same statements have to be made about each unit qua unit.

To that extent all units are identical.

The unit is necessarily the “beginning” and the origin of multiplicity.

Because it is undifferentiated the unconscious is a unit and hence the “great beginning” and indistinguishable from God.

I can understand that South Africa has no attractions for you.

A colony nowadays is about the most disagreeable thing one can imagine.

With best regards,
Yours sincerely,

C.G. Jung ~Carl Jung, Letters Vol. II, Pages 122-123.