If the projected conflict is to be healed, it must return into the psyche of the individual, where it had its unconscious beginnings.
He must celebrate a Last Supper with himself, and eat his own flesh and drink his own blood; which means that he must recognize and accept the other in himself. . . .
Is this perhaps the meaning of Christ’s teaching, that each must bear his own cross?
For if you have to endure yourself, how will you be able to rend others also? ~Carl Jung, Mysterium Coniunctionis, CW 14, par. 512