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His craving for alcohol was the equivalent on a low level of the spiritual thirst of our being for wholeness, expressed in medieval language: the union with God. ~Carl Jung, Letters Vol. II, Pages 623-624

His craving for alcohol was the equivalent on a low level of the spiritual thirst of our being for wholeness, expressed in medieval language: the union with God. ~Carl Jung, Letters Vol. II, Pages 623-624

He [Jung] showed clearly how conscious man ignored such facts at his peril, and moreover taught himself and men how to read the language of dreams as if they were the forgotten language of the gods themselves. ~Laurens Van Der Post, Jung's Understanding of the Meaning of the Shadow pages 205-229 http://www.ratical.org/many_worlds/LvdP/Jung.html

He [Jung] showed clearly how conscious man ignored such facts at his peril, and moreover taught himself and men how to read the language of dreams as if they were the forgotten language of the gods themselves. ~Laurens Van Der Post, Jung's Understanding of the Meaning of the Shadow pages 205-229 http://www.ratical.org/many_worlds/LvdP/Jung.html

"You speak as if you have still learned nothing. Can you not wait? Should everything fall into your lap ripe and finished? You are full, yes, you teem with intentions and desirousness!-Do you still not know that the way to truth stands open only to those without intentions?" ~A Soul speaking to Carl Jung in The Red Book, Page 236.

"You speak as if you have still learned nothing. Can you not wait? Should everything fall into your lap ripe and finished? You are full, yes, you teem with intentions and desirousness!-Do you still not know that the way to truth stands open only to those without intentions?" ~A Soul speaking to Carl Jung in The Red Book, Page 236.

The God-image is a complex of ideas of an archetypal nature, it must necessarily be regarded as representing a certain sum of energy (libido...

The God-image is a complex of ideas of an archetypal nature, it must necessarily be regarded as representing a certain sum of energy (libido...

Believe me: It is no teaching and no instruction that I give you. On what basis should I presume to teach you? I give you news of the way of...

Believe me: It is no teaching and no instruction that I give you. On what basis should I presume to teach you? I give you news of the way of...

I believe that we have the choice: I preferred the living wonders of the God. I daily weigh up my whole life and I continue to fiery brillia...

I believe that we have the choice: I preferred the living wonders of the God. I daily weigh up my whole life and I continue to fiery brillia...

"Man feels himself isolated in the cosmos, because he is no longer involved in nature and has lost his emotional "unconscious identity" with natural phenomena... No voices now speek to man from stones, plants, and animals, nor does he speak to them believing they can hear. His contact with nature has gone, and with it has gone the profound emotional energy that his symbolic connection supplied." Carl Jung

"Man feels himself isolated in the cosmos, because he is no longer involved in nature and has lost his emotional "unconscious identity" with natural phenomena... No voices now speek to man from stones, plants, and animals, nor does he speak to them believing they can hear. His contact with nature has gone, and with it has gone the profound emotional energy that his symbolic connection supplied." Carl Jung

Psychology is a preparation for death. We have an urge to leave life at a higher level than the one at which we entered. ~Carl Jung; Convers...

Psychology is a preparation for death. We have an urge to leave life at a higher level than the one at which we entered. ~Carl Jung; Convers...

The sea is like music, it has all the dreams of the soul within itself and sounds them over.

The sea is like music, it has all the dreams of the soul within itself and sounds them over.

Without the experience of the opposites there is no experience of wholeness and hence no inner approach to the sacred figures. ~Carl Jung, CW 12, Para 24.

Without the experience of the opposites there is no experience of wholeness and hence no inner approach to the sacred figures. ~Carl Jung, CW 12, Para 24.

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