SYNCHRONICITY: MULTIPLE PERSPECTIVES ON MEANINGFUL

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Synchronicities or "meaningful coincidences" represent Carl Jung's most exciting and controversial concept. They indicate that events in our inner world of dreams and fantasies can connect to physical events in the outer world and herald a fundamental turning point in our lives. The book brings together key articles by leaders in the field, as well as new chapters specially written for this volume. It will be an invaluable reference to all those interested in Jungian ideas, parapsychology, and the limits to ...

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Overview

Synchronicities or "meaningful coincidences" represent Carl Jung's most exciting and controversial concept. They indicate that events in our inner world of dreams and fantasies can connect to physical events in the outer world and herald a fundamental turning point in our lives. The book brings together key articles by leaders in the field, as well as new chapters specially written for this volume. It will be an invaluable reference to all those interested in Jungian ideas, parapsychology, and the limits to consciousness. The book explores synchronicities from the perspectives of science, religion, archetypes, causality, meaning, extrasensory perception, and psychokinesis. It argues that we have overlooked our interconnectedness to the cosmos at the expense of our hunt for limited, reductionist explanations. Synchronicity speaks to the unification of humanity and the world.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9788895604022
  • Publisher: Pari Publishing
  • Publication date: 2/20/2009
  • Pages: 318
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 8.90 (h) x 0.80 (d)

Meet the Author

Lance Storm Ph.D., is Research Fellow in psychology and parapsychology at the University of Adelaide and a professional photographer.He has received the Laurence T. Schneider Prize in Art History and the D. Scott Rogo Award for Literature. His books include The Survival of Human Consciousness and Parapsychology in the Twenty-First Century.

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Table of Contents

Foreword Robert Aziz Aziz, Robert

Pt. I The History and Philosophy of Synchronicity

Ch. 1 The Improbable Jung Kenower Weimar Bash Bash, Kenower Weimar 1

Ch. 2 Divine Contenders: Wolfgang Pauli and the Symmetry of the World F. David Peat Peat, F. David 15

Ch. 3 Religion, Science, and Synchronicity Roderick Main Main, Roderick 25

Ch. 4 Beyond Synchronicity: The Worldview of Carl Gustav Jung and Wolfgang Pauli Marialuisa Donati Donati, Marialuisa 42

Pt. II Synchronicity in Practice

Ch. 5 Synchronicity and Telepathy Berthold Eric Schwartz Schwartz, Berthold Eric 67

Ch. 6 Synchronicity, Science and the I Ching Shantena Augusto Sabbadini Sabbadini, Shantena Augusto 78

Ch. 7 Toward the Quantitative Assessment of "Meaningful Coincidences" William Braud Braud, William 84

Pt. III The Ontology of Synchronicity

Ch. 8 Psi Phenomena: Causal Versus Acausal Interpretation John Beloff Beloff, John 99

Ch. 9 Causality and Synchronicity: Steps Toward Clarification Charles T. Tart Tart, Charles T. 109

Pt. IV The Synchronicity Debate

Ch. 10 The Rhine-Jung Letters: Distinguishing Parapsychological from Synchronistic Events Victor Mansfield Mansfield, Victor Sally Rhine-Feather Rhine-Feather, Sally James Hall Hall, James 129

Ch. 11 Synchronicity, Causality, and Acausality Lance Storm Storm, Lance 153

Ch. 12 Synchronicity and Psi: How Are They Related? John Palmer Palmer, John 175

Pt. V New Conceptions of Synchronicity

Ch. 13 Meaningful Information Creation: An Alternative Interpretation of the Psi Phenomenon Lila L. Gatlin Gatlin, Lila L. 195

Ch. 14 Synchronicity and Emergence Joseph Cambray Cambray, Joseph 212

Ch. 15 The Self, the Symbolic andSynchronicity: Virtual Realities and the Emergence of the Psyche George B. Hogenson Hogenson, George B. 233

Pt. VI Summing Up Synchronicity

Ch. 16 Synchronicity, Science, and Religion Lance Storm Storm, Lance 249

Ch. 17 Archetypes, Causality, and Meaning Lance Storm Storm, Lance 259

Ch. 18 Synchronicity and Psi Lance Storm Storm, Lance 273

About the Contributors 297

Index 303

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