In the image above we see the Theophany. Theophany is an Ancient Greek term from theophaneia, meaning “appearance of a god”  . The word describes the the appearance of the deity to the living soul. In Psychology and Alchemy, Carl Jung speaks of “the relationship between God and soul.” (Para. 11) Jung says:
In the image above, we see Moses and the burning bush. God appears to Moses as fire. A story from Bible Pictures and What They Teach Us (1897) describes the scene:
Moses has grown up to be a man. Now he is a shepherd, and takes care of sheep. He has taken his sheep up on a mountain to eat the grass there. He sees a fire burning in a bush. He comes toward it to look at it. He hears a voice speaking to him. It is God’s voice speaking out of the fire to Moses. And Moses hides his face, for he is afraid to look upon God.”
The image above is from a 1493 German Bible. In the middle, we see Eve emerging from Adam. Their bodies form a divine pair.
Carl Jung appeared to believe that the subtle body was a good metaphor for the human psyche. He said, “I have often felt tempted to advise my patients to conceive of the psyche as a subtle body” (1938, p. 25).