Jung discovered type via his midlife crisis. He was new to his position and new to his marriage when Sabina Spielrein arrived at the Burghölzli clinic. He used Freud’s method to analyze her, and thus his relationships with Freud and Spielrein were intertwined from the outset. These relationships brought his feeling functions up out of his unconscious, and he became the opposite of the detached analyst that he wanted to be. He assessed himself as an introverted thinker, and it is clear that the feeling functions gave him the most trouble at this time. Through them, he experienced his own projections that brought on a trickster reversal. Surrendering his favorite function of introverted thinking, the most detached and most analytical function, taught him that control can be counterproductive. His understanding that the strengths of his personality were inextricably linked to the weaknesses of his personality overturned his concept of mental health, and this revisioning of psychology vastly expanded its usefulness for successive generations. The Beebe model extends Jung’s ideal of self-healing by visualizing the archetypal complexes that tend to constellate for each personality type, thus making it possible for everyone to interrogate their complexes and discover their own trajectory of development.