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"The Gospel of Truth" [Jung Codex] - Carl Jung Depth Psychology

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The gospel of truth is joy for those who have received from the father of truth the grace of knowing him by the power of the word, who has come from the fullness and who is in the thought and the mind of the father. This is the one who is called the savior, since…
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Prayer of the Apostle Paul from the Jung Codex - Carl Jung Depth Psychology

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PRAYER OF THE MESSENGER PAUL Grant me your mercy. My redeemer, redeem me, for I am yours. I came from you. You are my mind: give me birth. You are my treasure: open for me. You are my fullness: accept me. You are my rest: give me unlimited perfection. I pray to you, you who…
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Theodore Flournoy: A Remembrance by C. G. Jung - Carl Jung Depth Psychology

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Theodore Flournoy: A Remembrance C. G. Jung (Translation and Commentary by Gary V. Hartman) During the time of my relationship with Freud, I found a fatherly friend in Theodore Flournoy. He was already an old man when I got to know him. Unfortunately, he died a few years later. When I was still a physician…
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Some Carl Jung Quotations - Carl Jung Depth Psychology

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There are things which are simply incomprehensible to the tough brains of our race and time. ~Carl Jung, Letters Vol. I, Page 190 Those are the reasons why I prefer not to communicate too many of my experiences. They would confront the scientific world with too upsetting problems. ~Carl Jung, Letters Vol. I, Page 190…
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Carl Jung: "Visions Seminar" - Quotations - Carl Jung Depth Psychology

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Most connections in the world are not relationships, they are participation mystique. One is then apparently connected, but of course it is never a real connection, it is never a relationship; but it gives the feeling of being one sheep in the flock at least. ~Carl Jung, Visions Seminar, page 625. Don’t try to better…
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Carl Jung: "ETH Lectures" - Quotations - Carl Jung Depth Psychology

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A dog does not know that it is a dog any more than a star knows that it is a star. ~Carl Jung, ETH Lectures, Pages 217-223 The fact that Christ is regarded as male and female is extremely important, because it lays the foundation for the transcendent function, the reconciliation of the opposites. ~Carl…
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Carl Jung: CW 2 "The Psychogenesis of Mental Illness" - Quotations - Carl Jung Depth Psychology

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In practice I must allow for the existence of two groups of schizophrenia: one with a weak consciousness and the other with a strong unconscious. ~Carl Jung, CW 3, Para 531 What the artist and the insane have in common is common also to every human being—a restless creative fantasy which is constantly engaged in…
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Carl Jung: CW 4 "Freud and Psychoanalysis" - Quotations - Carl Jung Depth Psychology

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One could almost say that if all the world's traditions were cut off at a single blow, the whole of mythology and the whole history of religion would start all over again with the next generation. ~Carl Jung , CW 4, Para 30 Error is just as important a condition of life's progress as truth.…
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Carl Jung: CW 6 "Psychological Types" - Quotations - Carl Jung Depth Psychology

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The more "eternal" a truth, the more lifeless it is and worthless; it says nothing more to us because it is self-evident. ~Carl Jung, CW 6, Para 87 Before [individuation] can be taken as a goal, the educational aim of adaptation to the necessary minimum of collective norms must first be attained. If a plant…
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Carl Jung: CW 8 "The Structure and Dynamics of the Psyche" - Quotations - Carl Jung Depth Psychology

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The dream rectifies the situation. It contributes the material that was lacking and thereby improves the patient's attitude. That is the reason we need dream-analysis in our therapy. ~Carl Jung, CW 8, Para 482. Often the hands know how to solve a riddle with which the intellect has wrestled in vain. ~Carl Jung, CW 8,…
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Carl Jung: CW 11 "Psychology and Religion" - Quotations - Carl Jung Depth Psychology

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In reality the orthodox Christian formula is not quite complete, because the dogmatic aspect of the evil principle is absent from the Trinity and leads a more or less awkward existence on its own as the devil. ~Carl Jung, CW 11, Page 59. It was, indeed, a great problem to the Middle Ages, this problem…
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Carl Jung: CW 13 "Alchemical Studies" - Quotations - Carl Jung Depth Psychology

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The East teaches us another, broader, more profound, and higher understanding—understanding through life. “Commentary on The Secret of the Golden Flower” ~Carl Jung, CW 13, § 2. Western consciousness is by no means the only kind of consciousness there is; it is historically conditioned and geographically limited, and representative of only one part of mankind.…
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Carl Jung: CW 16 "The Practice of Psychotherapy" - Quotations - Carl Jung Depth Psychology

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An exclusively sexual interpretation of dreams and fantasies is a shocking violation of the patient's psychological material: infantile-sexual fantasy is by no means the whole story, since the material also contains a creative element, the purpose of which is to shape a way out of the neurosis. ~Carl Jung, CW 16, Para 277. Medical treatment…
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The Apocryphon of James [Jung Codex] - Carl Jung Depth Psychology

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The Apocryphon of James [Jung Codex] James writes to (…)thos. Peace be with you from peace, love from love, grace from grace, faith from faith, life from holy life. You have asked me to send you a secret book revealed to Peter and me by the master, and I could not turn you down, nor…
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Carl Jung Quotations - Carl Jung Depth Psychology

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Hence one could say —cum grano salis —that history could be constructed just as easily from one's own unconscious as from the actual texts. ~Carl Jung, CW 12, Page 86. The protean life of the psyche is a greater, if more inconvenient, truth than the rigid certainty of the one-eyed point of view. ~Carl Jung,…
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Some Carl Jung Quotations - Carl Jung Depth Psychology

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This man [Jung] did in fact accept the shadow and. . . this acceptance brought problems and tensions but also aliveness, reality, integrity, and depth of being. ~Elizabeth Howes, J.E.T., Page 120. If one can stay in the middle, know one is human, relate to both the god and the animal of the god, one…
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Carl Jung: "Dream Analysis Seminar" - Quotations - Carl Jung Depth Psychology

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The Rosicrucians probably represented a half-baked attempt to make up for the dry Protestantism of that day with its lack of imagination. ~Carl Jung, Dream Analysis Seminar, Page 240 Henri IV of France said, "My ideal is that every French peasant has his chicken in the pot on Sunday." I say, "Every man must be…
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Carl Jung "Collected Letters Volume I: 1906-1950" - Quotations - Carl Jung Depth Psychology

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Actually you shouldn't want to have visions, they should just come to "May it be good, happy, favorable, and propitious." ~Carl Jung, Letters Vol. 1, Page 111. Wanting to know the truth is also a striving for power and pleasure. ~Carl Jung, Letters Vol. 1, Page 111. The so-called "psychic" reactions of lower organisms are…
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C. G. Jung, Emma Jung and Toni Wolff - A Collection of Remembrances - Quotations - Carl Jung Depth Psychology

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The least differentiated function is always the one from which our renewal starts; it is just the one that yields the renewal of life; when a person has used up his conscious point of view, he capsizes; the thing which never has lived is as green and as fresh as spring-it means a complete reversal…
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Carl Jung: CW 9i "Archetypes and the Collective Unconscious" - Quotations - Carl Jung Depth Psychology

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Over and over again in the "metamorphosis of the gods," he rises up as the prophet or first-born of a new generation and appears unexpectedly in the unlikeliest places (sprung from a stone, tree, furrow, water, etc.) and in ambiguous form (Tom Thumb, dwarf, child, animal, and so on). ~Carl Jung, CW 9i, Para 267…
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Carl Jung: CW 5 "Symbols of Transformation" - Quotations - Carl Jung Depth Psychology

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The same is true of the religious attitude: it must be fully conscious of itself and of its foundations if it is to signify anything more than unconscious imitation. ~Carl Jung, CW 5, Para 106 When the libido leaves the bright upper world, whether from choice, or from inertia, or from fate, it sinks back…
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Carl Jung: CW 7 "Two Essays on Analytical Psychology" - Quotations - Carl Jung Depth Psychology

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Nature is often obscure or impenetrable, but she is not, like man, deceitful. We must therefore take it that the dream is just what it pretends to be, neither more nor less. If it shows something in a negative light, there is no reason for assuming that it is meant positively. ~Carl Jung, CW 7,…
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Carl Jung: CW 10 "Civilization in Transition" - Quotations - Carl Jung Depth Psychology

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Our cerebral consciousness is like an actor who has forgotten that he is playing a role. ~Carl Jung, CW 10, Para 332 And just as the material of the body that is ready for life has need of the psyche in order to be capable of life, so the psyche presupposes the living body in…
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Carl Jung: CW 12 "Psychology and Alchemy" - Quotations - Carl Jung Depth Psychology

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Suffocation of the personality and an impotent Christianity that may well have received its death-wound—such is the unadorned balance-sheet of our time. ~Carl Jung, CW 12, Para 559 However we may picture the relationship between God and soul, one thing is certain: The soul cannot be "nothing but. " On the contrary it has the…
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Carl Jung: CW 15 "The Spirit in Man, Art and Literature - Quotations - Carl Jung Depth Psychology

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All that gush about man's innate goodness, which had addled so many brains after the dogma of original sin was no longer understood, was blown to the winds by Freud, and the little that remains will, let us hope, be driven out for good and all by the barbarism of the twentieth century. ~Carl Jung,…
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