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Jung and Synchronicity

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Part of the Masters of Peace book series (MAPEAC)

Abstract

In this chapter I will relate and discuss the Jungian concept of synchronicity in light of the earlier developed theoretical framework. It will become evident how Jung developed an energetic worldview, moving from mythic to magic, especially due to his experiences with synchronicity, and in a paradoxical move in a certain sense issued forth to the integral structure, by working on the mythical and magical levels. It will further become evident how his findings and conclusions in regard to synchronicity were groundbreaking, as they were bringing Jung close to the all-one and the inner workings of the larger systemic minds.

Keywords

Compensatory Activity Mental Layer Synchronistic Event Consciousness Development Consciousness Structure 
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© Springer Fachmedien Wiesbaden 2016

Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.InnsbruckAustria

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