One should be willing to make mistakes cheerfully. The most perfect analysis cannot prevent error.
– Carl Jung, 1925 Seminar, Page 13
That’s certainly been my experience. And one way to find more peace with this, and perhaps even clarity, is to examine my fears and beliefs about my own mistakes.
This quote also reminds me that however much I admire and love Jung “should” statements still seem a bit old-fashioned and less helpful. I tend to prefer cause and effect statements, perhaps with clear and practical pointers. Even if they are brief.