Chapter 2 studies the approach to consciousness of pioneering depth psychologist Carl Jung. Freud’s and Jung’s differing approaches to the unconscious are explored. In Jungian depth psychology, the clinical focus, most succinctly, is on the conscious–unconscious dynamic, the spiritual development of the personality, and the advancement towards wholeness. These moves, infused with Jung’s belief in the religious function of the psyche, are, for Jung, highly significant for evolution because they make the Creator conscious of His creation. The research reveals that for Jung non-conceptual consciousness falls into the schema of the unconscious.