No matter what…

“No matter what the world thinks about religious experience, the one who has it possesses a great treasure, a thing that has become a source of life, meaning and beauty, and that has given a new splendor to the world and to mankind.”
— C. G. Jung

Depression is…

“Depression is like a woman in black. If she turns up, don’t shoo her away. Invite her in, offer her a seat, treat her like a guest and listen to what she wants to say.”
— C. G. Jung

One looks back…

One looks back with appreciation to the brilliant teachers, but with gratitude to those who touched our human feelings. The curriculum is so much necessary raw material, but warmth is the vital element for the growing plant and for the soul of the child.” C. G. Jung

If you are a gifted…

“If you are a gifted person, it doesn’t mean that you gained something. It means you have something to give back.”
— C.G. Jung

A dream that is not…

“A dream that is not understood remains a mere occurrence; understood it becomes a living experience.”
— C. G. Jung

The dream shows…

“The dream shows the inner truth and reality of the patient as it really is: not as I conjecture it to be, and not as he would like it to be, but as it is.” — C. G. Jung

Real liberation…

““Real liberation comes not from glossing over or repressing painful states of feeling, but only from experiencing them to the full.” 
— C. G. Jung

I cannot prove…

“I cannot prove to you that God exists, but my work has proved empirically that the pattern of God exists in every man, and that this pattern in the individual has at its disposal the greatest transforming energies of which life is capable. Find this pattern in your own individual self and life is transformed.” — C. G. Jung

The idea of God is…

“The idea of God is an absolute necessary psychological function of an irrational nature, which has nothing to do with the question of God’s existence… The existence of God is once and for all an unanswerable question.”
— C. G. Jung 

Religion is the fruit…

” Religion is the fruit and the culmination of the completeness of life, that is, of a life which contains both sides.” — C. G. Jung