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What Is Synchronicity?

Synchronistic events provide an immediate religious experience as a direct encounter with the compensatory patterning of events in nature as a whole, both inwardly and outwardly. - C.G. Jung We have plenty of evidence that we live in a universe of random interaction, where things often happen for no apparent…

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Begin Work In Trauma, Friend of Imagination

"Not  “Revelation” –‘tis – that waits, But our unfurnished eyes-" -Emily Dickinson Ever found yourself telling a tale about the past begrudgingly, either because its telling has become numb standard, or because that telling is a secret lynch pin to an ominously unsafe reservoir of experiences?  “What were you like…

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Loneliness and Solitude: A Jungian View

“Loneliness does not come from having no people about one, but from being unable to communicate the things that seem important to oneself.” - C.G. Jung Loneliness can be described as “perceived social isolation, or the discrepancy between what you want from your social relationships and your perception of those…

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Pop Psychology? Jungian Concepts in Popular Music – Answers to Job: Jung and Nick Cave and God

That was what my father had not understood, I thought; he had failed to experience the will of God, had opposed it for the best reasons and out of the deepest faith . . . He had taken the Bible's commandments as his guide; he believed in God as the…

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Interview: Thomas Moore on Creating Soulful Relationships

“How can we know ourselves by ourselves? . . . Soul needs intimate connection, not only to individuate, but simply to live. For this we need relationships of the profoundest kind through which we can realize ourselves, where self-revelation is possible, where interest in and love for soul is paramount.”…

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