jrThere’s a line from Carl Jung’s Red Book that I like:

“Forgive the fuss that rises in me.”

“What’s the context?” you ask.

Forget the context. The context doesn’t matter. The context is the fuss that arises in us. This Jung’s line has a mantra-like quality. It’s enough for me. I use it out of context.

 


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    Last reviewed: 7 Aug 2014

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Somov, P. (2014). Forgive the Fuss That Rises in You. Psych Central. Retrieved on September 17, 2014, from http://blogs.psychcentral.com/mindful-living/2014/08/forgive-the-fuss-that-rises-in-you/

 

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