I would like to repeat: the place where psychotherapy has to happen...is the objective, impersonal and yet also most subjective, third person: psychology. Integrating, developing, compensating, healing, “recollecting” (erinnern, interiorizing), imagining, introspection, initiation, analysis, expanding one’s consciousness and what else psychotherapy aims for are tasks to be accomplished not by the person, but by psychology. Only on this level, on the “higher plane of psychological and philosophical dialectic” (Jung’s Collected Works, Volume 10, par. 333), can psychology become psychological, because it alone opens the third alternative to the deadlock of opposites: the imaginal realm of the soul’s child. Anything truly important cannot happen in us unless it happens in our psychology. For we are in it - even if we think it is in us. Instead of needing psychological methods for obtaining more intensive personal experiences, we might find out that psychology itself can be our richest and most personal experience: the experience of soul-making.