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Jung and Synchronicity: The Union of Nature and Psyche

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C.G. Jung determined that the psychological and physical features we perceive in the world are dual aspects of one underlying reality (Pauli et al., 2001). He came to view mind and matter as a continuum, with psyche located on one end and the physiological instinct on the other, and the archetype serving as the bridge between them (C. G. Jung, 1947/1985, p. 216), though he ultimately expressed a desire to do away with a theory of psychophysical parallelism altogether in lieu of a unitary reality known as the unus mundus, a union of spirit, soul and body (C. G. Jung, 1958/1978a, p. 452).

Pointing to ways in which inanimate objects seem to “collaborate” with the unconscious by forming symbolic patterns, Jung even cited instances where clocks stop at the moment of their owner’s passing, or where items break within a home where someone is going through a powerful emotional crisis. Click title to read more...


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Susan Scott's curator insight, May 7, 2015 3:16 AM

I loved this - so insightful and broadening. Thank you.

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Carl Jung and the Holy Grail of the Unconscious (NYT 2009)

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What the unearthing of Carl Jung’s Red book is doing to the Jungs and the Jungians (and maybe your dreams).

 

This is a story about a nearly 100-year-old book, bound in red leather, which has spent the last quarter century secreted away in a bank vault in Switzerland. The book is big and heavy and its spine is etched with gold letters that say “Liber Novus,” which is Latin for “New Book.” Its pages are made from thick cream-colored parchment and filled with paintings of otherworldly creatures and handwritten dialogues with gods and devils. If you didn’t know the book’s vintage, you might confuse it for a lost medieval tome.

 

But between the book’s heavy covers, a very modern story unfolds. It goes as follows: Man skids into midlife and loses his soul. Man goes looking for soul. After a lot of instructive hardship and adventure...


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Carl Jung: the goal of individuation is the synthesis of the self

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"I have called this wholeness that transcends consciousness the 'self.' The goal of the individuation process is the synthesis of the self. ...the symbols of wholeness frequently occur at the begin...

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Jung: "I cannot prove to you that God exists..."

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Towards a new consciousness in the 21st Century (by News from the Psyche: A Jung Hearted Exploration)

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