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Carl R. Rogers Quote: “We live by a perceptual “map” which is never reality itself.”
Carl R. Rogers Quote: “Perhaps partly because of the troubling business of being struggled over, I have come to value highly the privilege of getting away, of being alone. It has seemed to me that my most fruitful periods of work are the times when I have been able to get completely away from what others think, from professional expectations and daily demands, and gain perspective on what I am doing.”
Carl R. Rogers Quote: “From what I have been saying, I trust it is clear that when I can permit realness in myself or sense it or permit it in another, I am very satisfied. When I cannot permit it in myself or fail to permit it in another, I am very distressed.”
Carl R. Rogers Quote: “I would prefer my experiences in communication to have a growth-promoting effect, both on me and on the other, and I should like to avoid those communication experiences in which both I and the other person feel diminished.”
Carl R. Rogers Quote: “It becomes easier for me to accept myself as a decidedly imperfect person, who by no means functions at all times in the way in which I would like to function.”
Carl R. Rogers Quote: “I believe that even our most abstract and philosophical views spring from an intensely personal base.”
Carl R. Rogers Quote: “Small wonder that we prefer to approach therapy with many rigid preconceptions. We feel we must bring order to it. We can scarcely dare to hope that we can discover order in it.”
Carl R. Rogers Quote: “If it is possible genuinely to meet and discover each other as persons, actually to empathize with and understand both the cultural beliefs and political views of each other –then I think the obscured future may be penetrated with some clear rays of light that we may realistically hope for a better world.”
Carl R. Rogers Quote: “To be responsibly self-directing means that one chooses – and then learns from the consequences. So clients find this a sobering but exciting kind of experience.”
Carl R. Rogers Quote: “It seems to me that anything that can be taught to another is relatively inconsequential, and has little or no significant influence on behavior.”
Carl R. Rogers Quote: “It was found in practice that when the examinations were conducted in a spirit which led up to conclusions which were bits of advice, often no action was taken; whereas by leaving it to spontaneity in the individual and to his own sense of responsibility, action is taken in the overwhelming majority of cases.”
Carl R. Rogers Quote: “I like to think of myself as a quiet revolutionary.”
Carl R. Rogers Quote: “Change threatens, and its possibility creates frightened, angry people. They are found in their purest essence on the extreme right, but in all of us there is some fear of process, of change.”
Carl R. Rogers Quote: “The audience sat back, relaxed in their chairs, awaiting the expected mellow retrospective of a revered septuagenarian. Instead, Rogers rocked them with a series of challenges. He urged school psychologists not to content themselves merely with treating students damaged by an obsolete and irrelevant educational system but to change the system, to participate in designing an educational experience that would liberate the students’ curiosity and enhance the joy of learning.”
Carl R. Rogers Quote: “I find that this desire to be all of oneself in each moment – all the richness and complexity, with nothing hidden from oneself, and nothing feared in oneself – this is a common desire in those who have seemed to show much movement in therapy. I do not need to say that this is a difficult, and in its absolute sense an impossible goal. Yet one of the most evident trends in clients is to move toward becoming all of the complexity of one’s changing self in each significant moment.”
Carl R. Rogers Quote: “To understand another person’s thoughts and feelings thoroughly, with the meanings they have for him, and to be thoroughly understood by this other person in return – this is one of the most rewarding of human experiences, and all too rare.”
Carl R. Rogers Quote: “Behavior is basically the goal-directed attempt of the organism to satisfy its needs as experienced, in the field as perceived.”
Carl R. Rogers Quote: “The conviction grows in me that we shall discover laws of personality and behavior which are as significant for human progress or human understanding as the law of gravity or the laws of thermodynamics.”
Carl R. Rogers Quote: “The concept of “cure” is entirely inappropriate, since in most of these disorders we are dealing with learned behavior, not with a disease.”
Carl R. Rogers Quote: “When the locus of evaluation is seen as residing in the expert, it would appear that the long-range social implications are in the direction of the social control of the many by the few.”
Carl R. Rogers Quote: “It becomes easier for me to accept myself as a decidedly imperfect person, who by no means functions at all times in the way in which I would like to function. This must seem to some like a very strange direction in which to move. It seems to me to have value because the curious paradox is that when I accept myself as I am, then I change.”
Carl R. Rogers Quote: “I have come to realize that being trustworthy does not demand that I be rigidly consistent but that I be dependably real.”
Carl R. Rogers Quote: “It is so obvious when a person is not hiding behind a facade but is speaking from deep within himself.”
Carl R. Rogers Quote: “To recognize that “I am the one who chooses” and “I am the one who determines the value of an experience for me” is both an invigoraring and a frightening realization.”
Carl R. Rogers Quote: “The mainspring of creativity appears to be the same tendency which we discover so deeply as the curative force in psychotherapy – man’s tendency to actualize himself, to become his potentialities.”
Carl R. Rogers Quote: “I’ve always felt I had to do things because they were expected of me, or more important, to make people like me. The hell with it! I think from now on I’m going to just be me – rich or poor, good or bad, rational or irrational, logical or illogical, famous or infamous.”
Carl R. Rogers Quote: “Can I “accept” a person’s anger at me as an authentic aspect of himself? Can I “accept” the person if his beliefs and values are different from mine?”
Carl R. Rogers Quote: “Man’s awesome scientific advances into the infinitude of space as well as the infinitude of sub-atomic particles seems most likely to lead to the total destruction of our world unless we can make great advances in understanding and dealing with interpersonal and inter-group tensions. I.”
Carl R. Rogers Quote: “I found myself doing this same thing – playing a role of having greater certainty and greater competence than I really possess. I can’t tell you how disgusted with myself I felt as I realized what I was doing: I was not being me, I was playing a part.”
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