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The Tao of Psychology: Synchronicity and Self
Therapy, Culture and Spirituality pp Cite as. Glancing in my rear-view mirror whilst driving to my counsellor training class I saw only busy motorway traffic behind me, yet oddly memories arose of when — just occasionally on winding country lanes — my rear-view mirror had revealed such entrancing scenery as to be dangerous, requiring my every ounce of will for return to safe-driving focus. So I looked in my wing-mirror — it was filled with a glorious rainbow spectrum — and my every ounce of will for return to safe-driving focus was instantly vital. Unable to display preview. Download preview PDF. Skip to main content. Advertisement Hide.
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Phenomenological Inquiry in Psychology pp Cite as. The purpose of this chapter is to share the results of a research study of the experience of a particular type of synchronicity. Carl Jung defined synchronicity as coincidence that is acausal, wherein certain events do not seem to be connected by normal causal means, and that is also particularly meaningful to the experiencer. Specifically, this is a study of a kind of synchronicity that appears to be goal-directed, although not under the conscious control of the experiencer. Unable to display preview.
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