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這應該是許多學生或是年輕人當他們要進入職場或是要更換工作時最常問的問題。每個人,不論國家、年齡,在某個時刻,都會面臨到這個困境。什麼是我生涯規劃中最重要的事情?熱情、金錢還是技能?應該繼續待在本來的公司裡因為有比較高的薪水?還是應該冒險接受一個很糟糕公司的糟糕職務, 只因為我對於該產業有熱情?或者是我該在三十歲的時候換個公司,因為我知道我的技能在那邊會更受重視?

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榮格提出,人並非自己的主宰,而主要受一些不為我們所知的力量的控制,這些力量來源於自己的潛意識部分,而我們的意識部分僅僅是潛意識這個汪洋大海中的一條小船。榮格還認為,潛意識並非只是生長發育階段壓抑作用的總和,潛意識具有負面效應,同時也具有積極作用,它賦予人創造力,能幫助人確立生活的意義,並且指導人追求個人獨立,正是人的這種獨立本能,使我們持續地朝向完善自我、尋找特定的生活意義。

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"當我們能察覺到自己所有意識和潛意識,並充分感受這就是自己的完整內心世界時,就能獲得幸福。"-- 榮格

榮格用了許多特定的詞彙來描述心靈的各個部分,包括意識(conscious)和潛意識(unconscious)在內。這些概念源自於他大量的臨床觀察經驗,包括他早期詞語聯想(word association)的實驗研究,而詞語聯想則是日後多種波動描記器(polygraph testing,現今的測謊器)的前身,也是心理情結(psychological complex)這個概念的基礎。(榮格首次讀到佛洛伊德於一九○○年出版的《夢的解析》﹝Interpretation of Dreams﹞時,對詞語聯想已有深入的研究。)

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清大前學務長兼前工科系主任  李敏教授的一席話

人生充滿了不確定,你只能努力;人生充滿了不確定,實在不用想太多

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"I've come to believe that each of us has a personal calling that's as unique as a fingerprint - and that the best way to succeed is to discover what you love and then find a way to offer it to others in the form of service, working hard, and also allowing the energy of the universe to lead you."
-Oprah Winfrey, O Magazine, September 2002
US actress & television talk show host (1954 - )
 
"Start by doing what's necessary, then what's possible, and suddenly you are doing the impossible."
-- Francis of Assisi, clergyman
 
"It's not the strongest of the species that survive, nor the most intelligent, but the one most responsive to change."
-- Charles Darwin(1809-1882)
 

"There are two tragedies in life. One is not to get your heart's desire. The other is to get it."
--George Bernard Shaw, "Man and Superman" 1903, act 4

 

"When a good man is hurt, all who would be called good must suffer with him." --Euripides

“Fairy tales do not tell children the dragons exist. Children already know that dragons exist. Fairy tales tell children the dragons can be killed.”

― G.K. Chesterton

“The first thing the intellect does with an object is to class it along with something else. But any object that is infinitely important to us and awakens our devotion feels to us also as if it must be sui generis and unique. Probably a crab would be filled with a sense of personal outrage if it could hear us class it without ado or apology as a crustacean, and thus dispose of it. "I am no such thing," it would say; "I am MYSELF, MYSELF alone.”


― William JamesThe Varieties of Religious Experience

 

最須要恐懼的,是恐懼本身 (The only thing we have to fear is fear itself)--Franklin D. Roosevelt

 

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