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 p10 "Jung writes, p10 "Jung writes,
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-"​Knowledge of its <fc green>​(the complex)</​fc>​ existence seems futile; its harmful action will continue until we succeed in "​discharging"​ it, or until the excess of psychic energy stored up in it is transferred to another gradient, i.e., until we succeed in [[aker:collected_works:​cw6#​assimilation|assimilating]] it emotionally."​+"​Knowledge of its <fc green>​(the complex)</​fc>​ existence seems futile; its harmful action will continue until we succeed in "​discharging"​ it, or until the excess of psychic energy stored up in it is transferred to another gradient, i.e., until we succeed in [[collected_works:​cw6#​assimilation|assimilating]] it emotionally."​
    
 p10 "These complexes, that are only intellectually known, must he sharply distinguished from those that are really "​understood,"​ i.e., made conscious in a form that actually stops them from exerting a harmful influence. ​ For in these latter cases we are no longer dealing with complexes but with assimilated contents of consciousness ..."​\\ ​ p10 "These complexes, that are only intellectually known, must he sharply distinguished from those that are really "​understood,"​ i.e., made conscious in a form that actually stops them from exerting a harmful influence. ​ For in these latter cases we are no longer dealing with complexes but with assimilated contents of consciousness ..."​\\ ​
-p11 "For as long as it remains totally unconscious and the attention of our consciousness is not attracted to it even by the symptoms it causes, it remains inaccessible to any possible understanding. ​ It then possesses the uncontrollable,​ compulsive character of all autonomous forces to which the ego is exposed for better or worse; it promotes **[[aker:collected_works:​cw8#​on_the_nature_of_the_psyche_343_-_442|dissociations]]** and so impairs the unity of the psyche."​ <fc green>​Emphasis mine</​fc>​+p11 "For as long as it remains totally unconscious and the attention of our consciousness is not attracted to it even by the symptoms it causes, it remains inaccessible to any possible understanding. ​ It then possesses the uncontrollable,​ compulsive character of all autonomous forces to which the ego is exposed for better or worse; it promotes **[[collected_works:​cw8#​on_the_nature_of_the_psyche_343_-_442|dissociations]]** and so impairs the unity of the psyche."​ <fc green>​Emphasis mine</​fc>​
  
 p11 "...as long as complexes are unconscious they can be enriched with associations and hence "​broadened,"​ but can **never he corrected**. \\ They cast off the compulsive character of an automatism only when we raise them to consciousness,​ a step which is among the most important elements of therapy. \\  p11 "...as long as complexes are unconscious they can be enriched with associations and hence "​broadened,"​ but can **never he corrected**. \\ They cast off the compulsive character of an automatism only when we raise them to consciousness,​ a step which is among the most important elements of therapy. \\