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Synchronicity and Wheels

Monday, February 13, I was driving to Wadsworth, listening to a CD, thinking about my livelihood as an artist–such as it is–and a tune started up from my single most favored rock record of all time, The Gilded Palace of … Continue reading

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Random Walk, Or Random Dance?

Synchronicity (Analytical Psychology) International Dictionary of Psychoanalysis Ed. Alain de Mijolla. Vol. 3. Detroit: Macmillan Reference USA, 2005. p1719-1720.COPYRIGHT 2005 Gale Carl Jung offered synchronicity as an acausal “principle of explanation” to account for “certain remarkable manifestations of the unconscious.” … Continue reading

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Another Ladybug Moment

[evp_embed_video url=”http://squareone-learning.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/Ladybug.mp4″] Jung did provide some paradigmatic clinical experiences about synchronicity. His most famous example was of a young woman whose analysis was in a bit of impasse based on her resistance to the notion of unconscious process until she … Continue reading

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