Quotations by Robert Johnson
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Born: Monday, May 8, 1911
Died: Tuesday, August 16, 1938 (27 years old)
A man will treat a woman almost exactly the way he treats his own interior feminine. In fact, he hasn't the ability to see a woman, objectively speaking, until he has made some kind of peace with his interior woman.
(Keywords: Peace, Ability, Fact, Man, Will, Woman)
History has always been a series of pendulum swings, but the individual doesn't have to get caught in that.
History seems to be so clumsy.
I had a patient once who dreamed she kept her husband in the deep freeze except for mating. Lots of men feel that way.
(Keywords: Men, Husband, Deep)
If she has a good, strong, reliable father image, which is hard to find these days, that will be her image of men, probably for the rest of her life. She'll look for a husband who embodies those qualities.
(Keywords: Life, Men, Father, Husband, Rest, Will)
Nothing will see us through the age we're entering but high consciousness, and that comes hard. We don't have a good, modern myth yet, and we need one.
(Keywords: Age, Consciousness, Myth, Nothing, Will)