Synchronicity: The Marriage of Matter and Psyche

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Synchronicity: The Marriage of Matter and Psyche, is an in-depth exploration of Carl Jung's fascinating concept of meaningful coincidences. In a typical synchronicity, a person may dream of an old friend, not heard from for many years, and receive a letter or telephone call from that person the next morning, or alternatively learn of their sudden death. Synchronicities are not mere coincidences, but arise out of a deeper ground where mind and matter are united. The book explains the criteria for a true synchronicity and how it can open a door into a person’s life, transforming them and taking them in a new direction. One of the key books on the concept of synchronicity was written by F. David Peat, Synchronicity: The Bridge Between Matter and Mind, published in 1987. So much has happened since that date the author decided to write an entirely new book, rather than simply revise his earlier work.

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F. David Peat, a former theoretical physicist, is one of the most interesting and innovative thinkers around today. His work has been described by Larry Dossey, in Space, Time & Medicine, as a fascinating roadmap of twentieth-century learning and a beacon for the future. Peat is the author of over twenty books on everything from superstrings to Native American science, and chaos theory to Jungian synchronicities. In 2000 he founded the Pari Center for New Learning in the medieval village of Pari in Tuscany.


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