Synchronicity: Science, Myth, and the Trickster

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Marlowe & Company, 1996 - Coincidence - 184 pages
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User Review  - endersreads - LibraryThing

I often delve into speculative and esoteric studies. I did not expect to be reading the latest of the scientifically methodically tested postulations. I might add that Allan Combs and I share dwelling ... Read full review

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User Review  - Bridgett - Goodreads

This book went over theories such as the holographic universe and other quantum physics ideas that align with synchronicity (meaningful coincidences). The trickster archetype was brought in as relating to synchronicity, unpredictability, and the union of opposites. Read full review

About the author (1996)

Allan Combs is professor of transformative studies at the California Institute of Integral Studies, co-director of integral studies at the Graduate Institute of Connecticut, and a founding member of the Integral Foundation. The author of more than 100 articles and books, he lives in Santa Rosa, California.

Holland is an English professor at East Tennessee State University, and has extensively studied Jungian psychology.

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