The Art of Psychotherapy
Even the most experienced psychotherapist will discover again and again that he is caught up in a bond, a combination resting on mutual unconsciousness.
And though he may believe himself to be in possession of all the necessary knowledge concerning the constellated archetypes, he will, in the end, come to realize that there are very many things indeed of which his academic knowledge never dreamed.
Each new case that requires thorough treatment is pioneer work, and every trace of routine then proves to be a blind alley.
Carl Jung, CW 16, Para 366-367
Art: Woman Leaving the Psychoanalyst, Remedios Varo