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A ‘scream’ is always just that – a noise and not music.
Man’s task is to become conscious of the contents that press upward from the unconscious.
Shrinking away from death is something unhealthy and abnormal which robs the second half of life of its purpose.
Neurosis is always a substitute for legitimate suffering.
The greatest and most important problems of life are all fundamentally insoluble. They can never be solved but only outgrown.
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.
Masses are always breeding grounds of psychic epidemics.
Who has fully realized that history is not contained in thick books but lives in our very blood?
In my case Pilgrim’s Progress consisted in my having to climb down a thousand ladders until I could reach out my hand to the little…
Sometimes, indeed, there is such a discrepancy between the genius and his human qualities that one has to ask oneself whether a little less talent…
Nobody, as long as he moves about among the chaotic currents of life, is without trouble.
If one does not understand a person, one tends to regard him as a fool.
The least of things with a meaning is worth more in life than the greatest of things without it.
The debt we owe to the play of imagination is incalculable.
We deem those happy who from the experience of life have learnt to bear its ills without being overcome by them.
Follow that will and that way which experience confirms to be your own.
Understanding does not cure evil, but it is a definite help, inasmuch as one can cope with a comprehensible darkness.
It is a fact that cannot be denied: the wickedness of others becomes our own wickedness because it kindles something evil in our own hearts.
The Christian missionary may preach the gospel to the poor naked heathen, but the spiritual heathen who populate Europe have as yet heard nothing of…
Resistance to the organized mass can be effected only by the man who is as well organized in his individuality as the mass itself.
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