"I have good reasons to assume that things are not finished with death. Life seems to be an interlude in a long story. It has been long before I was, and it will most probably continue after the conscious interval in a three-dimensional existence."
"The depth of the psyche, the unconscious, is not made by man but is divinely created nature."
"The paths leading to a common truth are many. Therefore each of us has first to stand by his own truth, which is then gradually reduced to a common truth by mutual discussion. All this requires psychological understanding and empathy with the other's point of view. A common task for every group in quest of a common truth."
"Man (Anthropos) is the visible manifestation of the original One, i.e., God."
"The archetypes have a life of their own which extends through the centuries and gives the aeons their peculiar stamp."
"Many paths lead to the central experience. But the nearer one gets to the centre the easier it is to understand the other paths that lead there."
"There is as little doubt of the existence of a supreme being as of matter. The world beyond is a reality, an experiential fact."
"Be aware of the law of synchronicity. As the old Chinese saying goes: 'The right man sitting in his house and thinking the right thought will be heard 100 miles away.'"
"If turmoil and torment become too great, there is still the oneness of the self, the divine spark within its inviolable precincts."
"I'm inclined to believe that something of the human soul remains after death, since already in this conscious life we have evidence that the psyche exists in a relative space and in a relative time, that is in a relatively non-extended and eternal state."
"The 'Holy Ghost' is an impelling force, creating wider consciousness and responsibility and thus enriched cognition. The real history of the world seems to be the progressive incarnation of the deity."
"The realm of the psyche is immeasurably great and filled with living reality. At its brink lies the secret of matter and of spirit."
"The self is a unit, consisting however of two, i.e., of opposites, otherwise it would not be a totality."
"The 'imago Dei' [God-image], is the archetype of the self in us."
"Whole numbers may well be the discovery of God's 'primal thoughts.'"
"'Psyche' and 'matter' are not basically incommensurable, but may perhaps be qualities of one and the same existential being."
"Man and his soul, the individual, doesn't just work, eat, sleep, reproduce, and die but also has a meaningful destiny reaching far beyond him."
"I do KNOW of a power of a very personal nature and an irresistible influence. I call it 'God.' I use this term because it has been used for this kind of experience since time immemorial. From this point of view any gods, Zeus, Wotan, Allah, Yahweh, the Summum Bonum, etc., have their intrinsic truth. They are different and more or less differentiated expressions or aspects of one ineffable truth."
"Synchronicity…is an all-pervading factor or principle in the universe, i.e., in the Unus Mundus [One World]."
"Mandalas are also formed with the hands, danced, and represented in music (for instance Bach's 'Art of Fugue')….When a mandala is being formed, everything round and square known to man works on it too. But the impetus for its formation comes from the unconscious archetype."
"Archetypes are forms of different aspects expressing the creative psychic background. They are and always have been numinous and therefore 'divine.' In a very generalizing way we can therefore define them as attributes of the creator. That would explain the compelling character of such inner perceptions."
"The Oneness of the Holy Spirit…is the pneumatic state the creator attains to through the phase of incarnation."
"Emotions have a typical 'pattern' (fear, anger, sorrow, hatred, etc.); that is, they follow an inborn archetype which is universally human and arouses the same ideas and feelings in everyone."
"Christ is the first-born who is succeeded by an ever-increasing number of younger brothers and sisters."
"Why do we ask about God at all? God effervesces in you and sets you to the most wondrous speculations."