Psychology and religion: West and East, Collected Works Vol. 11

Reference
Jung, C. G. (1969) 2nd Ed. Psychology and religion: West and East , The collected Works of C. G. Jung, Vol. 11. Bollingen Series XX, Princeton University Press, Princeton, N. J.

§555 “The psyche is an autonomous factor, and religious statements are psychic confessions which in the last resort are based on unconscious, i.e., on transcendental, processes.”

§769 “Psychic existence is the only category of existence of which we have immediate knowledge, since nothing can be known unless it first appears as a psychic image.”

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