Memories Dreams Reflections

From the beginning I had a sense of destiny, as though my life was assigned to me by fate and had to be fulfilled.

This gave me an inner security, and, though I could never prove it to myself, it proved itself to me.

I did not have this certainty, it had me.

Nobody could rob me of the conviction that it was enjoined upon me to do what God wanted and not what I wanted.

That gave me the strength to go my own way.

Often I had the feeling that in all decisive matters I was no longer among men, but was alone with God.

And when I was “there,” where I was no longer alone, I was outside time; I belonged to the centuries; and He who then gave answer was He who had always been, who had been before my birth.

He who always is was there.

These talks with the “Other” were my profoundest experiences: on the one hand a bloody struggle, on the other supreme ecstasy. ~Carl Jung; Memories, Dreams and Reflections; Page 48.

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