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Creative fidelity consists in maintaining ourselves actively in a permeable state.
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Gabriel Marcel, The Philosophy of Existence, p. 24
The human psyche is the womb of all the arts and sciences.
C.G. Jung, Psychology and Literature, CW 15, par. 133
All the arts penetrate into the depths of things which are beyond the reach of cognition.
Paul Tillich, Art and Society, p. 15
The practice of art is a psychological activity.
C.G. Jung, On the Relation of Analytical Psychology to Poetry, CW 15, par. 97
Creativity is a yearning for immortality. … Creativity comes from this struggle — out of the rebellion the creative act is born.
Rollo May, The Courage to Create, p. 27
I try not to separate the experiences of life, because we are in confrontation with our experiences, constantly, in art. And this brings me to an appreciation of, or an emphasis on, the relationship between personal growth and artistic growth. For the two must go hand in hand; otherwise there is no maturity that ever takes place.
Anna Halprin, Creators on Creating: Awakening the Cultivating and Imaginative Mind, pp. 45-46.
It is not Goethe that creates Faust, but Faust that creates Goethe.
C.G. Jung, Psychology and Literature, CW15, par 159.
… and religious ‘truths’ are therefore always paradoxical. If religion tries to avoid paradox it merely weakens itself.