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Synchronicity as Transpersonal Modality

An Exploration of Jungian Spirituality in the Frame of Transrational Philosophy

Book

Part of the Masters of Peace book series (MAPEAC)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages 1-6
  2. Morten Frederiksen
    Pages 7-26
  3. Morten Frederiksen
    Pages 27-71
  4. Morten Frederiksen
    Pages 73-123
  5. Morten Frederiksen
    Pages 125-135
  6. Morten Frederiksen
    Pages 137-144
  7. Back Matter
    Pages 145-149

About this book

Introduction

Morten Frederiksen explores Carl Gustav Jung’s elusive notion of synchronicity from a transrational perspective and relates synchronicity to the transpersonality of the "All-One". This is done by expanding the content and meaning of Wolfgang Dietrich´s layers of Elicitive Conflict Mapping (ECM) through re-relating them to Ken Wilber´s model of the structures of consciousness; with synchronicity as the literal connecting principle. The result, then, is an expanded notion of the transrational peace philosophy which includes Wilber´s model of stages shorn of its evolutionary slant and fathoms synchronicity in its theoretical outlook and practical application.

Contents
  • A Transrational Approach to Peace Studies through processing the Topic of Synchronicity
  • Jungian Psychology and his Concept of Synchronicity
  • Transrational Peace Philosophy and Consciousness Development
  • Seven different Structures of Consciousness
  • Consequences of Synchronicity for a transrational-oriented Peace Philosophy and Practice
Target Groups
  • Lecturers and Students of Psychology, Peace Students and Conflict Transformation Researchers
  • Practitioners in the Field of Elicitive Conflict Transformation
About the Author
Morten Frederiksen is a Peace Researcher from the MA Program in Peace, Security, Development and International Conflict Transformation at the University of Innsbruck, Austria, and Coordinator of the Danish Development Aid Agency "U-landsforeningen Svalerne".

Keywords

Jean Gebser Ken Wilber Mysticism Self Psychology Transrational Peace Studies Elicitive Conflict Mapping

Authors and affiliations

  1. 1.InnsbruckAustria

About the authors

Morten Frederiksen is a Peace Researcher from the MA Program in Peace, Security, Development and International Conflict Transformation at the University of Innsbruck, Austria, and Coordinator of the Danish Development Aid Agency "U-landsforeningen Svalerne".

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