Jung saw five patients.
This entry was replaced in LN by the following:
“But I remained anxious and confused for many days.
And my soul remained silent and was not to be seen.
But one night a dark crowd knocked at my door, and I trembled with fear.
Then my soul appeared and said in haste,
‘They are here and will tear open your door.’ / ‘So that the wicked herd can break into my garden?
Should I be plundered and thrown out onto the street?
You make me into an ape and a child’s plaything.
When, Oh my God, shall I be saved from this Hell of fools?
But I want to hack to pieces your cursed webs, go to Hell, you fools.
What do you want with me?’/ But she interrupted me and said,
‘What are you talking about? let the dark ones speak.’/
I retorted, ‘How can I trust you? You work for
yourself, not for me.
What good are you, if you can’t even protect me from the devil’s confusion?’/ ‘
Be quiet,’ she replied, ‘or else you’ll disturb the work'” (p. 507). ~The Black Books, Vol. V., Page 281, fn 418