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Completing Yourself

Making your psyche as complete as possible with Carl Jung

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One should never think that man can reach perfection — he can only aim at completion — not to be perfect but to be complete. That would be the necessity and the indispensable condition if there were any question of perfection. For how can you perfect a thing if it is not complete? — (Carl Jung, Visions: Notes of the Seminar Given in 1930 -1934)

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Tiago Belé, M.Sc.

Tiago Belé, M.Sc.

I write on Science, Philosophy, Psychology, and Society.

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