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Carl Jung: So we wait and the instincts guide us.

Carl Jung: So we wait and the instincts guide us. | Carl Jung Depth Psychology | Scoop.it
Bollingen, 12th September 1950 Sitting by the lake, C.G. spoke of the need for knowledge; we have to know a lot, for example abou
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Carl Jung: The secret powers of the sun are in Aries 1.

Carl Jung:  The secret powers of the sun are in Aries 1. | Carl Jung Depth Psychology | Scoop.it
To B. Baur Dear Dr. Baur, 29 January 1934 Best thanks for your kin
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Carl Jung: I don't know whether you will be irritated by this attempt.

Carl Jung: I don't know whether you will be irritated by this attempt. | Carl Jung Depth Psychology | Scoop.it
To J. Wilhelm Hauer Dear Professor Hauer, February 1936 By the same post I am sendin
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Carl Jung and World War II

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[Carl Jung and World War II] He [Jung] had feared much when the Russians came into the war; but then he had a striking dream, of whic
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Carl Jung: The Rose Window is a mandala and we come here to a curious analogy between East and West,

Carl Jung:  The Rose Window is a mandala and we come here to a curious analogy between East and West, | Carl Jung Depth Psychology | Scoop.it
The Rose Window is a mandala and we come here to a curious analogy between East and West, the mystical flower which is the seat of th
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Carl Jung: Jung maintained that no child is born a tabula rasa.

Carl Jung:  Jung maintained that no child is born a tabula rasa. | Carl Jung Depth Psychology | Scoop.it
Jung maintained that no child is born a tabula rasa. It is curious that, although this fact is well known and is now generall
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(Philosophie) ursprünglicher Zustand der Seele (vor ihrem Geprägtwerden durch Eindrücke, Erfahrungen)

(Philosophy) original state of the soul (before its being impressed by impressions, experiences)
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Some Carl Jung Quotation LIII

Some Carl Jung Quotation LIII | Carl Jung Depth Psychology | Scoop.it
I have plumb forgotten my Greek as I have to read mainly Latin texts, Greek ones being something of a rarity in alchemy. ~Carl Jung
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Carl Jung: Nor is it the task of theory to paint a picture of life,

Carl Jung: Nor is it the task of theory to paint a picture of life, | Carl Jung Depth Psychology | Scoop.it
To Karl Srnetz Dear Colleague, 19 December 1942 It would be very nice indeed if it shoul
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Carl Jung: The answer to human life is not to be found within the limits of human life.

Carl Jung: The answer to human life is not to be found within the limits of human life. | Carl Jung Depth Psychology | Scoop.it
To Linda Gray Oppenheim Dear Mrs. Oppenheim, 12 August 1933 A year ago
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Edward F. Edinger: When the soul is born it drinks lethe so that it forgets its prenatal life.

Edward F. Edinger: When the soul is born it drinks lethe so that it forgets its prenatal life. | Carl Jung Depth Psychology | Scoop.it
[There is a slight misprint in the image above. The correct word should be: aletheia.] In ancient Greece, the term for truth wa
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Carl Jung: I cannot and shall not exclude non-Aryan speakers.

Carl Jung: I cannot and shall not exclude non-Aryan speakers. | Carl Jung Depth Psychology | Scoop.it
To Eric Benjamin Strauss Dear Dr. Strauss, 26 March 1938 Thank you for you
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Carl Jung: Something like a careful shaping of images, such as many patients paint or carve in wood or stone.

Carl Jung: Something like a careful shaping of images, such as many patients paint or carve in wood or stone. | Carl Jung Depth Psychology | Scoop.it
To Dr. S. Dear Colleague, 10 May 1938 In the confrontation with th
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Carl Jung: She was due for a psychotic interval, not being born yet out of the mists of the Bardo life.

Carl Jung: She was due for a psychotic interval, not being born yet out of the mists of the Bardo life. | Carl Jung Depth Psychology | Scoop.it
To Eleanor Bertine Dear Dr. Bertine, 9 January 1939 I'm sorry to hear that you ar
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Aladin Fazel's curator insight, November 12, 2:36 AM
They came out of it as if out of a dream.
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Carl Jung and “Wife,” “Emma” – Anthology

Carl Jung and “Wife,” “Emma” – Anthology | Carl Jung Depth Psychology | Scoop.it
Thus on New Year's Eve I had a great dream about my wife, which I will tell you sometime. It seems that individuation is a ruthlessl
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Carl Jung: The fish was the symbol of the unconscious life, like the Christ.

Carl Jung:  The fish was the symbol of the unconscious life, like the Christ. | Carl Jung Depth Psychology | Scoop.it
Bollingen, 25th July 1949 It was here, on this day, that I first met Victor White. He was bathing in the lake when I arrived and
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An interesting story about the Dean's wife at Yale University during Dr. Jung's Terry Lectures.

An interesting story about the Dean's wife at Yale University during Dr. Jung's Terry Lectures. | Carl Jung Depth Psychology | Scoop.it
At the third [Terry Yale] lecture it was crowded with people standing and sitting everywhere. ‘Yet,’ he said, ‘it was very difficul
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Carl Jung on "Diagnosing the Dictators"

Carl Jung on "Diagnosing the Dictators" | Carl Jung Depth Psychology | Scoop.it
Diagnosing the Dictators ~C.G. Jung [1938] [Hitler, Stalin, Mussalini] Hitler and Stalin What would happen if you were to loc
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Carl Jung: That you find Kierkegaard "frightful" has warmed the cockles of my heart.

Carl Jung: That you find Kierkegaard "frightful" has warmed the cockles of my heart. | Carl Jung Depth Psychology | Scoop.it
To Rudolf Pannwitz Dear Dr. Pannwitz, 27 March 1937 That you find Kierkegaar
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Carl Jung: Your dream is really the stuff artists work with.

Carl Jung: Your dream is really the stuff artists work with. | Carl Jung Depth Psychology | Scoop.it
To Dr. S. Dear Colleague, 27 March 1937 As I was reading your dream the though
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Carl Jung: It is correct to say that women are more dependent on the idea and men more dependent on the Primordial image.

Carl Jung:  It is correct to say that women are more dependent on the idea and men more dependent on the Primordial image. | Carl Jung Depth Psychology | Scoop.it
To Gerda Hipert Dear Frau Hipert, 17 March 1937 You have seen quite correctly that th
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Barbara Hannah: The friendly goddess told him that only her father, Proteus, could tell them how they could get home.

Barbara Hannah: The friendly goddess told him that only her father, Proteus, could tell them how they could get home. | Carl Jung Depth Psychology | Scoop.it
Menelaus told Telemachus how his anima had taught him to deal with the situation when he was delayed on an island called Pharos, off th
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Carl Jung on “Human Body” – Anthology

Carl Jung on “Human Body” – Anthology | Carl Jung Depth Psychology | Scoop.it
Whatever you experience outside of the body, in a dream for instance, is not experienced unless you take it into the body, because th
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Carl Jung: The Gothic style is also in a way hysterical...

Carl Jung:   The Gothic style is also in a way hysterical... | Carl Jung Depth Psychology | Scoop.it
This story makes one understand the extraordinary feeling for the material in old Chinese sculpture: the material spoke to them. And i
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