My daughter from Paris and her children are with us since the beginning of the war, happily enough. But her husband is still in Paris. ~Carl Jung, Letters Vol. I, Pages 288-289
We are following the exploits of the R.A.F. with the greatest admiration and we marvel at the way the British people are carrying on. ~Carl Jung, Letters Vol. I, Pages 288-289
My whole family, including 11 grandchildren, have gone to a refuge in the mountains near Saanen. ~Carl Jung, Letters Vol. I, Page 282
We are all terribly sorry for England and France. If they should lose the war, we also shall not escape the reign of the Antichrist. ~Carl Jung, Letters Vol. I, Page 282
I myself am too old to do active service, but I have been asked to “stand for Parliament.” That means, a large group of people seem to want me as a member of the Conseil National (which would be the House of Commons in England.) ~Carl Jung, Letters Vol. I, Pages 277-278
The Germans as far as I know them are partially terrified and partially drunk with blood and victory. ~Carl Jung, Letters Vol. I, Pages 277-278
If ever there was a mental epidemic it is the actual mental condition in Germany. Hitler himself (from what I heard) is more than half crazy. ~Carl Jung, Letters Vol. I, Pages 277-278
There is not the ghost of a plan for my going to America during the war. ~Carl Jung, Letters Vol. I, Page 276
We naturally hope not to be implicated in the war, but there is only one conviction in Switzerland, that if it has to be, it will be on the side of the Allies. ~Carl Jung, Letters Vol. I, Page 276
I dislike as a rule interpreting dreams of people whom I don’t know personally; one can easily be led astray. ~Carl Jung, Letters Vol. II, Pages 187-188.
The symbolic form of love (animus-anima) shrinks from nothing, least of all from sexual union. Carl Jung, Letters Volume 1, Pages 213-214.
I take his cancer to be a spontaneous growth, which originated in the part of the psyche that is not identical with consciousness. It appears as an autonomous function intruding upon consciousness. ~Carl Jung, CW 11, Para 21.
Man is the point that has become visible, stepping out from the Pleroma, knowing what he is doing, and able to name the things about him. ~Carl Jung, ETH Lectures, Page 22
True, what the soul imagines happens only in the mind, but what God imagines happens in reality. ~Carl Jung, Psychology and Alchemy, Page 280.
Well you see, I couldn’t swear, but I have seen cases where I thought or wondered whether or not there was a psychogenic reason for that particular ailment; it came too conveniently. Many things can be found out about cancer, I’m sure. ~Carl Jung, Evans Conversations, Page 34.
It is thought that cancer may be due to the later and anarchical development of embryonic cells folded away in the mature and differentiated tissues. ~Carl Jung, 1925 Seminar, Page 39.
I’m terribly sorry X. has to suffer from cancer, in her case cancer really comes too early and it is a mean way of killing people anyhow. But nature is horrible in many respects. ~Carl Jung, Letters Vol. 1, Pages 437-438.
A child definitely begins in a state where there is no ego, and about the fourth year or before, the child develops a sense of ego—”I, myself.” ~Carl Jung Conversations Evans, Pages 14-16.
… When I treat Catholics who are suffering from neurosis I consider it my duty to lead them back to the bosom of the Church where they belong. ~Carl Jung, Letters Vol. I, Page 191
Nothing is possible without love, not even the processes of alchemy, for love puts one in the mood to risk everything and not to withhold important elements. ~Carl Jung, Jung and Hesse: A Diary of Two Friendships, Page 75
Hegel seems to me a romantic thinker in contrast to Kant and hence a typical child of his time; and as a romantic he is already on the way to psychology. ~Carl Jung, Letters Vol. I, Pages 194-195
The actual persecution of the Jews in Germany is causing so much hatred that it is almost impossible for the smaller countries to keep their organization together because we are far outnumbered by the Germans. ~Carl Jung, Letters Vol. I, Pages 202-203
If you can stand yourself, then you might be capable of loving somebody else; otherwise, it is a mere excuse, just a lie. And that cannot be repeated often enough. ~Carl Jung, Zarathustra Seminars, Page 699