Carl Jung Quotes.
Often the hands will solve a mystery that the intellect has struggled with in vain.
We don’t get wounded alone and we don’t heal alone.
Mistakes are, after all, the foundations of truth, and if a man does not know what a thing is, it is at least an increase in knowledge if he knows what it is not.
The most intense conflicts, if overcome, leave behind a sense of security and calm that is not easily disturbed. It is just these intense conflicts and their conflagration which are needed to produce valuable and lasting results.
Follow that will and that way which experience confirms to be your own.
Enchantment is the oldest form of medicine.
We shall probably get nearest to the truth if we think of the conscious and personal psyche as resting upon the broad basis of an inherited and universal psychic disposition which is as such unconscious, and that our personal psyche bears the same relation to the collective psyche as the individual to society.
Through pride we are ever deceiving ourselves. But deep down below the surface of the average conscience a still, small voice says to us, something is out of tune.
We are born at a given moment, in a given place and, like vintage years of wine, we have the qualities of the year and of the season of which we are born. Astrology does not lay claim to anything more.
Life calls not for perfection, but for completeness.
Our heart glows, and secret unrest gnaws at the root of our being. Dealing with the unconscious has become a question of life for us.
Everything that irritates us about others can lead us to an understanding of ourselves.
Neurosis is always a substitute for legitimate suffering.
The world will ask you who you are, and if you don’t know, the world will tell you.
The difference between a good life and a bad life is how well you walk through the fire
Everyone you meet knows something you don’t know but need to know. Learn from them.
A human being would certainly not grow to be seventy or eighty years old if this longevity had no meaning for the species. The afternoon of human life must also have a significance of its own and cannot be merely a pitiful appendage to life’s morning.