was privileged to meet and have a correspondence with Robert.
We shared a passion outside of Jung, and that was playing the harpsichord. (He owned two beautiful heritage, original instruments.) His favourite composer was Bach, and he said that for him, as an extreme introvert, he lived the Hero's journey by conquering some of Bach's most difficult works.
He must have indeed mastered these compositions, because, in one of his books, "Femininity Lost and Regained" he mentions being in a Hollywood recording studio with his harpsichord, though I know nothing of the resulting recordings. In the context of that environment, he says, "Feeling and femininity in a harsh environment carry overwhelming power."
Indeed, a power that softens the harshness immeasurably. He goes on to say that one "remembers this for a lifetime." We are in grave need of that feminine power and feeling at this important time in history.
Robert had a most exquisite presence; he was kind in the extreme and deeply conscious of his own process. Thus he was a very exciting person to know. He changed and graced my life.
If you don't know the work of Robert Johnson already, there are many books to choose from, and most bookshops will have his publications.