C.G. Jung: “He whose desire turns away from outer things reaches the place of the soul.”

 

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He whose desire turns away from outer things, reaches the place of the soul.

If he does not find the soul, the horror of emptiness will overcome him, and fear will drive him with a whip lashing time and again in a desperate endeavor and a blind desire for the hollow things in the world.

Carl Jung,   Red Book

 

 

 

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