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Carl Jung: “Often what is thought is less important than who thinks it.”

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Carl Jung: “Your book is a remarkably clear survey of analytical psychology.”

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Carl Jung: “I know what's wrong, but how can I bring it home to him?”

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Carl Jung Depth Psychology: The Vision of the Sun by Symeon the New Theologian

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Carl Jung: “This belongs to the secret teaching of the Yoga and is difficult to understand as we are not initiated.”

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Carl Jung “Each man has his telos and inasmuch as he tries to fulfil it he is a real citizen.

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Carl Jung: “In the womb of the mother dwells the wisdom of the father."

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Carl Jung: Doctors in general not only have a repugnance to reading voluminous books…

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Carl Jung “This phenomenon can in fact be observed in all those countries which were directly…”

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Carl Jung and “Hardness increases in proportion to the speed of approach.”

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Carl Jung corrects Erich Neumann on the so-called “castration complex.”

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Carl Jung and Arthur Avalon (pseud. Sir John Woodroffe), The Serpent Power

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Carl Jung: The question of the "subtle body" interests me too.

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Carl Jung: “People will read the gospel again and again and I myself read it again and again.”

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Carl Jung: Finding the right measure is also a way of relating to the world.

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