We have stated that the lower reaches of the psyche begin where the function emancipates itself from the compulsive force of instinct and becomes amenable to the will, and we have defined the will as disposable energy

But of what use is a morality that destroys the human being?  To bring will and capacity into harmony seems to me to be a better thing than morality.  Morality a tout prix is a sign of barbarism - more often wisdom is better - but perhaps I look at this through the professional glasses of the physician who has to mend the ills following in the wake of an exaggerated cultural achievement.

The question of free will is one of the philosophical problems which has never yet been solved.  Free will is a subjective feeling.  Intellectually and philosophically, there is a pro and a con, and you can never prove either side.  If you ask yourself whether you are doing something because you have to or because you want to, you will never find out.  You can always say that you feel as though you wanted it, but perhaps it is only an unconscious complex which makes you feel like that.  So how can you ever say which it is?  It is a subjective feeling, but it is tremendously important for the ego to feel free to a certain extent.  It is a feeling problem about the mood in which one finds oneself.  If you cannot believe in a certain amount of free will and therefore free initiative of the ego, you are completely lamed because then you have to go into all your motives.  You can go into the past and look into the unconscious more and more deeply, but you will never get out of it.  TPoPA 168

Why Quantum Physics Ends the Free Will Debate