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Fantastical thinking knows no hierarchy; the thoughts may even be antagonistic to the ego.

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The more absolute and compelling the ruling idea, the more it has the nature of an autonomous complex that confronts the ego-consciousness as an unshakable fact.

The more absolute and compelling the ruling idea, the more it has the nature of an autonomous complex that confronts the ego-consciousness as an unshakable fact.

Carl Jung Depth Psychology: Some Carl Jung Quotations [x]

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Thus the Self can appear in all shapes from the highest to the lowest, inasmuch as these transcend the scope of the ego personality in the manner of a daimonion.

Thus the Self can appear in all shapes from the highest to the lowest, inasmuch as these transcend the scope of the ego personality in the manner of a daimonion.

The sexuality of man is more earthly, that of woman is more spiritual. ~Diahmon, Liber Novus, Page 352.

Plato's idea is identical with the eastern idea of the Atman or Purusha. ~Carl Jung, ETH Lecture XI, Page

Certain main points of my book have not been understood at all, but that is what I have always seen with my books: I just have to wait for about 10 or 20 years until certain readers appear understanding what my thought is. ~Carl Jung, Rhine-Jung Letters, Page 5 We must give up at the …

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As you have observed, I am also well aware of the difference between myth and revelation, having concerned myself solely with myths and never with revealed truths.

As you have observed, I am also well aware of the difference between myth and revelation, having concerned myself solely with myths and never with revealed truths.

He [Jung] dislikes crowds and dislikes majorities, so at Yale he asked for a small hall in which to lecture.

He [Jung] dislikes crowds and dislikes majorities, so at Yale he asked for a small hall in which to lecture.

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One might describe the theatre, somewhat unaesthetically, as an institution for working out private complexes in public. ~Carl Jung, CW Page 35

On the side of physics it was Pauli alone who appreciated alchemical thought very highly.

On the side of physics it was Pauli alone who appreciated alchemical thought very highly.

The Yogin tries to establish a fourfold consciousness and the fifth in the centre, uniting all, is Buddha consciousness. The quaternity i...

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I always say that if there is a projection there must also be a corresponding hook on which to hang it. ~Carl Jung, Letters Vol. II, Pages 440-442

I must confess I was against the C. Jung Institute only from aversion to the prominence given to my name. ~Carl Jung, Letters Vol.

Neurosis is a justified doubt in oneself and continually poses the ultimate question of trust in man and in God. Carl Jung, Letters Vol. 1, Pages 332-334.

But it is impossible to understand eastern philosophy or western alchemy without a great deal of reflection. ~Carl Jung, ETH, Lecture XIII, Page

The ringing of the bells in the celebration of the Mass probably comes from the Mithraic cult, where bells were rung at a certain point in the mysteries.

The ringing of the bells in the celebration of the Mass probably comes from the Mithraic cult, where bells were rung at a certain point in the mysteries.

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