Where ocean and shore greet,
for where Spirit and body meet.
“….Somewhere our unconscious becomes material, because the body is the living unit, and our conscious and unconscious are embedded in it: they contact the body. Somewhere there is a place where the two ends meet and become interlocked. And that is the [subtle body] where one cannot say whether it is matter, or what one calls “psyche”. (Jung, Nietzsche’s Zarathustra, vol. 1, p. 441 as cited in Sharp’s Jung Lexicon on p. 129)