The whole philosophy, created by Young, just child's play, because man has created such vast, space systems, and all these system is now in ruins. He feared that a trip to Rome means a trip to the ruins of the great systems that were created in the past. What to say about your little system? How about this corner, which you have cleared and decorated? How about your philosophy? Great philosophy collapsed and turned to dust, go to Rome and see what happened to them! Where is the school of Aristotle, Plato and Socrates? Travel to Athens and see what happened to them. The greatest of turn to ashes, and all thoughts eventually turn out to be useless, because the thought – it's just a thing created by man. Only in 'no-thought' you know the Divine. (Similarly see: Senator of Massachusetts). You may not know the eternal thought, because thought belongs to time.
The idea can not belong to eternity, no philosophy, no system of thought can not be eternal. He was afraid. At least five or six times Jung was going, but then canceled the trip. And this man, Jung, one of the greatest psychiatrists. If he was so afraid to go to Rome something to say about his disciples? Even you are not afraid, not because you are better than Young, but only because you are less conscious, less attentive. He knew that in Rome he will have to bow my head, that as soon as he looked at the ruins of the great systems, it tremble, fear of death, and he will have to ask yourself: 'What will happen to my system? What will happen to me? " Trembling, he returned, and in their memoirs, he writes: 'Then, finally, I left the whole idea.