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C.G. Jung Quote: “You always become the thing you fight the most.”

You always become the thing you fight the most.

— C.G. Jung



C.G. Jung Quote: “Remember that the only God man comes in contact with is his own God, called Spirit, Soul and Mind, or Consciousness, and these three are one.”

Remember that the only God man comes in contact with is his own God, called Spirit, Soul and Mind, or Consciousness, and these three are one.

— C.G. Jung


C.G. Jung Quote: “The unsatisfied yearning of the artist reaches back to the primordial image in the unconscious which is best fitted to compensate the inadequacy and one-sidedness of the present.”

The unsatisfied yearning of the artist reaches back to the primordial image in the unconscious which is best fitted to compensate the inadequacy and one-sidedness of the present.

— C.G. Jung


C.G. Jung Quote: “Nothing is more repulsive than a furtively prurient spirituality; it is just as unsavory as gross sensuality.”

Nothing is more repulsive than a furtively prurient spirituality; it is just as unsavory as gross sensuality.

— C.G. Jung


C.G. Jung Quote: “And what shall we know of this life on earth after death? The dissolution of our timebound form in eternity brings no loss of meaning. Rather, does the little finger know itself a member of the hand.”

And what shall we know of this life on earth after death? The dissolution of our timebound form in eternity brings no loss of meaning. Rather, does the little finger know itself a member of the hand.

— C.G. Jung


C.G. Jung Quote: “Every civilized human being, whatever his conscious development, is still an archaic man at the deeper levels of his psyche.”

Every civilized human being, whatever his conscious development, is still an archaic man at the deeper levels of his psyche.

— C.G. Jung


C.G. Jung Quote: “Our whole educational problem suffers from a one-sided approach to the child who is to be educated, and from an equally one-sided lack of emphasis on the uneducatedness of the educator.”

Our whole educational problem suffers from a one-sided approach to the child who is to be educated, and from an equally one-sided lack of emphasis on the uneducatedness of the educator.

— C.G. Jung


C.G. Jung Quote: “My own understanding is the sole treasure I possess, and the greatest. Though infinitely small and fragile in comparison with the powers of darkness, it is still a light, my only light.”

My own understanding is the sole treasure I possess, and the greatest. Though infinitely small and fragile in comparison with the powers of darkness, it is still a light, my only light.

— C.G. Jung


C.G. Jung Quote: “One cannot free oneself by bowing to the yoke, but by breaking it.”

One cannot free oneself by bowing to the yoke, but by breaking it.

— C.G. Jung


C.G. Jung Quote: “Psychological type is nothing static – it changes in the course of life.”

Psychological type is nothing static – it changes in the course of life.

— C.G. Jung



C.G. Jung Quote: “Thanks to the acuteness of his mind, he saw through the poverty of philosophical and Gnostic knowledge, and contemptuously rejected it.”

Thanks to the acuteness of his mind, he saw through the poverty of philosophical and Gnostic knowledge, and contemptuously rejected it.

— C.G. Jung


C.G. Jung Quote: “Plato’s world of ideas is beautiful.”

Plato’s world of ideas is beautiful.

— C.G. Jung


C.G. Jung Quote: “The gods have become our diseases.”

The gods have become our diseases.

— C.G. Jung


C.G. Jung Quote: “The more veiled becomes the outside world, steadily losing in colour, tone and passions, the more urgently the inner world calls us.”

The more veiled becomes the outside world, steadily losing in colour, tone and passions, the more urgently the inner world calls us.

— C.G. Jung


C.G. Jung Quote: “When one is not understood one should as a rule lower one’s voice, because when one really speaks loudly enough and is not heard, it is because people do not want to hear. One had better begin to mutter to oneself, then they get curious.”

When one is not understood one should as a rule lower one’s voice, because when one really speaks loudly enough and is not heard, it is because people do not want to hear. One had better begin to mutter to oneself, then they get curious.

— C.G. Jung


C.G. Jung Quote: “What you call knowledge is an attempt to impose something comprehensible on life.”

What you call knowledge is an attempt to impose something comprehensible on life.

— C.G. Jung


C.G. Jung Quote: “Our intellect has created a new world that dominates nature, and has populated it with monstrous machines.”

Our intellect has created a new world that dominates nature, and has populated it with monstrous machines.

— C.G. Jung


C.G. Jung Quote: “Modern man is sick because he is not whole.”

Modern man is sick because he is not whole.

— C.G. Jung


C.G. Jung Quote: “All my writings may be considered tasks imposed from within, their source was a fateful compulsion. What I wrote were things that assailed me from within myself. I permitted the spirit that moved me to speak out.”

All my writings may be considered tasks imposed from within, their source was a fateful compulsion. What I wrote were things that assailed me from within myself. I permitted the spirit that moved me to speak out.

— C.G. Jung


C.G. Jung Quote: “It seems as if it is only through an experience of symbolic reality that man, vainly seeking his own “existence” and making a philosophy out of it, can find his way back to a world in which he is no longer a stranger.”

It seems as if it is only through an experience of symbolic reality that man, vainly seeking his own “existence” and making a philosophy out of it, can find his way back to a world in which he is no longer a stranger.

— C.G. Jung



C.G. Jung Quote: “Becoming conscious is of course a sacrilege against nature; it is as though you had robbed the unconscious of something.”

Becoming conscious is of course a sacrilege against nature; it is as though you had robbed the unconscious of something.

— C.G. Jung


C.G. Jung Quote: “Music is the application of sounds to the canvas of silence.”

Music is the application of sounds to the canvas of silence.

— C.G. Jung


C.G. Jung Quote: “Dream the dream onward.”

Dream the dream onward.

— C.G. Jung


C.G. Jung Quote: “If you are unhappy, you are too high up in your mind.”

If you are unhappy, you are too high up in your mind.

— C.G. Jung


C.G. Jung Quote: “Hitler’s movement is near to Mohammedanism.”

Hitler’s movement is near to Mohammedanism.

— C.G. Jung


C.G. Jung Quote: “Only a life lived in a certain spirit is worth living. It is a remarkable fact that a life lived entirely from the ego is dull not only for the person himself but for all concerned.”

Only a life lived in a certain spirit is worth living. It is a remarkable fact that a life lived entirely from the ego is dull not only for the person himself but for all concerned.

— C.G. Jung


C.G. Jung Quote: “The mind has grown to its present state of consciousness as an acorn grows into an oak, or as saurians developed into mammals.”

The mind has grown to its present state of consciousness as an acorn grows into an oak, or as saurians developed into mammals.

— C.G. Jung


C.G. Jung Quote: “A collection of a hundred great brains makes one big fathead.”

A collection of a hundred great brains makes one big fathead.

— C.G. Jung


C.G. Jung Quote: “But we must not forget that only a very few people are artists in life; that the art of life is the most distinguished and rarest of all the arts.”

But we must not forget that only a very few people are artists in life; that the art of life is the most distinguished and rarest of all the arts.

— C.G. Jung


C.G. Jung Quote: “Imagination is a concentrated extract of all the forces of life.”

Imagination is a concentrated extract of all the forces of life.

— C.G. Jung


C.G. Jung Quote: “Creativity is the art that can give rise to visionary metaphorical relationships, as opposed to purely psy-chological ones.”

Creativity is the art that can give rise to visionary metaphorical relationships, as opposed to purely psy-chological ones.

— C.G. Jung


C.G. Jung Quote: “Everything psychic is pregnant with the future.”

Everything psychic is pregnant with the future.

— C.G. Jung


C.G. Jung Quote: “Twelve experts gathered in one room equal one big idiot.”

Twelve experts gathered in one room equal one big idiot.

— C.G. Jung


C.G. Jung Quote: “The symbol in the dream has more the value of a parable: it does not conceal, it teaches.”

The symbol in the dream has more the value of a parable: it does not conceal, it teaches.

— C.G. Jung


C.G. Jung Quote: “It is only our deeds that reveal who we are.”

It is only our deeds that reveal who we are.

— C.G. Jung


C.G. Jung Quote: “One is forced to speak not of what is held in common between the cultures, but what is held in common between the myths, and that in its simplest archetypal forms.”

One is forced to speak not of what is held in common between the cultures, but what is held in common between the myths, and that in its simplest archetypal forms.

— C.G. Jung


C.G. Jung Quote: “Science is the tool of the Western mind and with it more doors can be opened than with bare hands.”

Science is the tool of the Western mind and with it more doors can be opened than with bare hands.

— C.G. Jung


C.G. Jung Quote: “However far-fetched it may sound, experience shows that many neuroses are caused by the fact that people blind themselves to their own religious promptings because of a childish passion for rational enlightenment.”

However far-fetched it may sound, experience shows that many neuroses are caused by the fact that people blind themselves to their own religious promptings because of a childish passion for rational enlightenment.

— C.G. Jung


C.G. Jung Quote: “Man is the mirror God holds up to himself, the sense organ with which he apprehends his being.”

Man is the mirror God holds up to himself, the sense organ with which he apprehends his being.

— C.G. Jung


C.G. Jung Quote: “To become acquainted with oneself is a terrible shock.”

To become acquainted with oneself is a terrible shock.

— C.G. Jung


C.G. Jung Quote: “Whoever is afraid must needs be dependent; a weak thing needs support. That is why the primitive mind, from deep psychological necessity, begot religious instruction and embodied it in a magician or a priest.”

Whoever is afraid must needs be dependent; a weak thing needs support. That is why the primitive mind, from deep psychological necessity, begot religious instruction and embodied it in a magician or a priest.

— C.G. Jung


C.G. Jung Quote: “Never do human beings speculate more, or have more opinions, than about things which they do not understand.”

Never do human beings speculate more, or have more opinions, than about things which they do not understand.

— C.G. Jung


C.G. Jung Quote: “If you should see people in a room, you would not think that you had made those people, or that you were responsible for them.”

If you should see people in a room, you would not think that you had made those people, or that you were responsible for them.

— C.G. Jung


C.G. Jung Quote: “Continuous creation is to be thought of not only as a series of successive acts of creation, but also as the eternal presence of the one creative act.”

Continuous creation is to be thought of not only as a series of successive acts of creation, but also as the eternal presence of the one creative act.

— C.G. Jung


C.G. Jung Quote: “The greater the tension, the greater is the potential.”

The greater the tension, the greater is the potential.

— C.G. Jung


C.G. Jung Quote: “The individual disposition is already a factor in childhood; it is innate, and not acquired in the course of a life.”

The individual disposition is already a factor in childhood; it is innate, and not acquired in the course of a life.

— C.G. Jung


C.G. Jung Quote: “Ultimate truth, if there be such a thing, demands the concert of many voices.”

Ultimate truth, if there be such a thing, demands the concert of many voices.

— C.G. Jung


C.G. Jung Quote: “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.”

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.

— C.G. Jung


C.G. Jung Quote: “It is a moral achievement on the part of the doctor who ought not to let himself be repelled by sickness and corruption.”

It is a moral achievement on the part of the doctor who ought not to let himself be repelled by sickness and corruption.

— C.G. Jung


C.G. Jung Quote: “The afternoon of a human life must have a significance of its own, and cannot be merely a pitiful appendage to life’s morning.”

The afternoon of a human life must have a significance of its own, and cannot be merely a pitiful appendage to life’s morning.

— C.G. Jung

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