10 lessons from the book Man and His Symbols by Carl Jung

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Life is a battleground. It always has been, and always will be; and if it were not so, existence would come to an end.

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Every transformation demands as its precondition "the ending of a world"-the collapse of an old philosophy of life.

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The achievement of psychological maturity is an individual task-and so is increasingly difficult today when man's individuality is threatened by widespread conformity.

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Man, as we realize if we reflect for a moment, never perceives anything fully or comprehends anything completely.

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There is a desert on the moon where the dreamer sinks so deeply into the ground that she reaches hell.

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The fact is that each person has to do something different, something that is uniquely his own.

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It is the face of his own evil shadow that grins at Western man from the other side of the Iron curtain.

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Fascination arises when the unconscious has been moved.

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