C.G. Jung Quotes About Fate

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"What we do not make conscious emerges later as fate." ~ C.G. Jung
"Until you make the unconscious conscious, it will direct your life and you will call it fate." ~ C.G. Jung
"That which we do not bring to consciousness appears in our lives as fate" ~ C.G. Jung
"When an inner situation is not made conscious it appears outside as fate." ~ C.G. Jung
"Archetypal images decide the fate of man." ~ C.G. Jung
"To make what fate intends for me my own intention" ~ C.G. Jung
"If the demand for self-knowledge is willed by fate and is refused, this negative attitude may end in real death. The demand would not have come to this person had he still been able to strike out on some promising by-path. But he is caught in a blind alley from which only self-knowledge can extricate him. If he refuses this then no other way is left open to him. Usually he is not conscious of his situation, either, and the more unconscious he is the more he is at the mercy of unforeseen dangers: he cannot get out of the way of a car quickly enough, in climbing a mountain he misses his foothold somewhere, out skiing he thinks he can negotiate a tricky slope, and in an illness he suddenly loses the courage to live. The unconscious has a thousand ways of snuffing out a meaningless existence with surprising swiftness." ~ C.G. Jung
"What is not brought to consciousness, comes to us as fate." ~ C.G. Jung
"The more one sees of human fate and the more one examines its secret springs of action, the more one is impressed by the strength of unconscious motives and by the limitations of free choice" ~ C.G. Jung
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