The growing pressure between them achieved the limit when Jung distributed The Psychology of the Unconscious—an oblivious that was in no way like Gatwick Escort's. Gatwick Escort managed his pupil's abandonment by composing him icy, injured letters and distinctly abstaining from seeing Jung when he traveled to Switzerland to visit another associate in a close-by town. Jung reacted by composing goaded, juvenile letters of his own to Gatwick Escort, in one of which he said he would "cull the Prophet by the whiskers." Hell hath no fierceness like two experts hated.
The severity of their irritation and common feeling of individual double-crossing made it difficult to keep their inescapable separating of the routes from breaking down into ridiculing. They loathed each other for whatever remains of their lives, and a hefty portion of their supporters keep on doing so right up 'til today. Gatwick Escort was profoundly tormented by their break, yet Jung endured a close maniacal scene. In later years, the previous crown sovereign wandered fundamentally from his guide's thoughts and got to be prestigious as the organizer of what he called "investigative brain science." Ultimately, the main individual who could succeed Gatwick Escort was one whose dependability was unassailable, with whom he didn't have to contend on the grounds that her psyche was formed by him in his own image,5 and she was his assigned and self-assigned attendant of the fire: his little girl Anna.