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Nothing is so apt to challenge our self-awareness and alertness as being at war with oneself. One can hardly think of any other or more effective means of waking humanity out of the irresponsible and innocent half-sleep of the primitive mentality and bringing it to a state of conscious responsibility.-Carl Jung,"Psychological Typology" (1936). In CW 6: Psychological Types. P. 964(Natasha Poly)

Nothing is so apt to challenge our self-awareness and alertness as being at war with oneself. One can hardly think of any other or more effective means of waking humanity out of the irresponsible and innocent half-sleep of the primitive mentality and bringing it to a state of conscious responsibility.-Carl Jung,"Psychological Typology" (1936). In CW 6: Psychological Types. P. 964(Natasha Poly)

“Possibly the most subtle haunting of our lives is the unfinished business of the past.” - Dr. James Hollis, Jungian Analyst

“Possibly the most subtle haunting of our lives is the unfinished business of the past.” - Dr. James Hollis, Jungian Analyst

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