Synchronicity, Science, and Soul-Making
Understanding Jungian Synchronicity through Physics, Buddhism, and
motif running through this thought-provoking book is Jung's
most misunderstood concept, synchronicity. By deftly meshing
his interpretation of synchronicity with key concepts in
quantum physics and Middle Way Buddhism, Victor Mansfield
brings fresh insight to our understanding of synchronicity.
together Jungian psychology, Buddhist meditation, particle
physics, and analytical philosophy, Mansfield secures a
subtle, sophisticated and respectable foundation for a
phenomenon that challenges our fundamental beliefs about
space and time . . . one of the best attempts to relate the
now-familiar oddities of new physics to synchronistic
phenomena. Anyone familiar with the crazy behavior of
elementary particles will find a fresh approach in
Mansfield's speculations, and his chapters on on-locality
and complementarity are excellent introductions for those
new to these subjects."
clear and simple terms. Definitely a book to take with us
into the next millennium."
Toms, New Dimensions Radio