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Personally, I yearn for eternal rest; survival has no attraction for me at all. But the sentiment I experience is imposed on me as a fact. It is a contact. And as I have recognized it to be identical (with multiple nuances) in a large number of living souls, it has helped me to understand that that was the true subterranean source of religious energy which, subsequently, has been collected, canalized and dried up by the Churches, to the extent that one could say that it is inside the Churches (whichever they may be) that true 'religious' sentiment is least available.
8 This slow process of dcidealization led Freud to a familiar turn: the generation of new cultural texts. In a state of mourning, Freud gained insight into his own illusions and those of his fellow men and then offered his psychoanalytic ruminations to culture at large in the hopes that a new, more humane and cohesive social whole could be established. "10 After describing his disillusionment and the reasons for it, Freud goes on to elaborate how psychoanalytic instinct theory shed light on the nature of war.
There Holland became friends with the Swiss psychoanalyst Charles Baudouin. 5 5 He also read the psychoanalytic writings of Alphonse Maeder, Ferdinand Morel, Th. Flournoy, and psychologists such as Myers, James, and Starbuck and was at least indirectly familiar with Jung. 56 Disillusioned with the performance of his fellow man and with Christianity during the war and, like Freud, aware of the pittalls of secularization, Rolland looked for new sources that could help to revitalize what he considered to be the moral and spiritual collapse of Europe.