21 See, for example, C.G. Jung, Two Essays in Analytical Psychology, 2nd ed., p. 224: “To the degree that the patient takes an active part, the personified figure of anima or animus will disappear. It becomes the function of a relationship between conscious and unconscious. But when the unconscious contents—those same fantasies—are not ‘realized,’ they give rise to a negative activity and personification, i.e., to the autonomy of animus and anima.”