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La synchronicité : Une cartographie de la co ncidence

Keywords: "Jung , sychronicity , psychology , mysticism , esotericism , rosicrucian order amorc , unus mundus , meaning , significance "

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Carl Gustav Jung, Swiss psychiatrist, Freud’s collaborator from whom he parted, is the author of the concept of synchronicity. It is defined as a coincidence of simultaneous facts, occurring without causal connection, but linked together through meaning. Synchronicity is different from simple synchronism because of this meaningful connection, offering those who experience it, new insights about their life.The concept of synchronicity assumes that the universe is governed by a principle of unity that C.G. Jung calls the unus mundus. Because of this unity, we are committed, through the unconscious, to a dialog with the universe that surrounds us. The unconscious provokes coincidences that reveal to us who we are and echoes our most intimate questions. Time, space, and consciousness are accomplices in the synchronicity event, giving us thus the strong impression that a greater Meaning than ourselves is calling us, indicating the path to follow, and enlightening us in our decisions. We have all experienced this sort of coincidences, inexplicable through simple chance. This article summarizes the theory of C.G. Jung about the phenomenon of synchronicity and its role on the psychic development and the awareness of Self.


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