"It seems to me that we forgot something important, that we were also meant to live." ~Carl Jung, The Red Book ..*

"It seems to me that we forgot something important, that we were also meant to live." ~Carl Jung, The Red Book .

We must presumably often go to ourselves to re-establish the connection with the self since it is torn apart all too often, not only by our vices but also by our virtues.  For vices as well as virtues always want to live outside. But through constant outer life we forget the self and through this we also become secretly selfish in our best endeavors. What we neglect in ourselves blends itself secretly into our actions toward others. Through uniting with the self we reach...

The healing process must take the path of greater self-awareness of our awesomeness, our woundedness, and our sinfulness.

Every man has a quiet place in his soul, where everything is sel-evident and easily explainable, a place to which he likes to retire from th...

"Every man has a quiet place in his soul, where everything is self-evident and easily explainable" -Carl Jung

"We cannot slay death, as we have already taken all life from... (More at the Carl Jung Depth Psychology Facebook Group.)

"We cannot slay death, as we have already taken all life from... (More at the Carl Jung Depth Psychology Facebook Group.)

This tangible and apparent world is one reality, but fantasy is the other reality: So long as we leave the God outside us apparent and tangible, he is unbearable and hopeless. ~ Carl Jung, The Red Book, Page 283.

This tangible and apparent world is one reality, but fantasy is the other reality: So long as we leave the God outside us apparent and tangible, he is unbearable and hopeless. ~ Carl Jung, The Red Book, Page

Because I also want my being other, I must become a Christ. I am made into Christ, I must suffer it. Thus the redeeming blood flows. ~Carl Jung, Liber Novus, Page 254.

Many have wanted to get help for their sick God and were then devoured by the serpents and dragons lurking on the way to the land of the sun. ~Carl Jung, Liber Novus, Page

Carl Jung Depth Psychology: Carl Jung: Hence we must strive to free the self from the God, so that we can live.

We should not bear Christ as he is unbearable, but we should be Christs, for then our yoke is sweet and our burden easy. ~Carl Jung, The Red Book, Page

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