Synchronicity

A term used by C.G. Jung to refer to coincidental events that are meaningfully but not causally connected. The great Swiss psychologist, C. G. Jung, defines `synchronicity` as a meaningful coincidence. A classic example of synchronicity, told by Jung himself, concerns a crisis that occurred during therapy. Jung`s patient was a woman whose highly ra
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Synchronicity

A term used by C.G. Jung to refer to coincidental events that are meaningfully but not causally connected.
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Synchronicity

(from the article `Police, the`) ...from the stripped-down arrangements of their early work to a more layered but still tightly focused sound. The group reached its commercial and ...
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synchronicity

synchronicity The phenomenon of events which coincide in time and appear meaningfully related but have no discoverable causal connection.
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Synchronicity

[Bennie K album] Synchronicity is Bennie K`s third album. ==Track listing== CD Track List: == Charts == Oricon Sales Chart (Japan) Total sold: 341,626 ...
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Synchronicity

[Olivia Lufkin album] `Synchronicity` is the debut album of singer-songwriter Olivia Lufkin. It includes her first six singles. The First Press edition includes an extra track called `Mint`. The album reached #20 on Oricon charts and charted for five weeks. The music video for `Dress Me Up` was shot on March 21 and 22, 2000 at Sunshine City
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Synchronicity

[disambiguation] Synchronicity is the experience of two or more events that are apparently unrelated, yet are experienced as occurring together in a meaningful manner. It was first described by Carl Jung in the 1920s. Synchronicity may also refer to: ...
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Synchronicity

[The Police album] Synchronicity is the fifth and final studio album by The Police, released on 1 June 1983. The band`s most popular release, the album includes the chart topping hit singles `Every Breath You Take`, `King of Pain`, `Wrapped Around Your Finger` and `Synchronicity II`. Much of the material in this album was inspired by Arthur
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Synchronicity

Synchronicity is the experience of two or more events as meaningfully related, where they are unlikely to be causally related. The subject sees it as a meaningful coincidence. The concept of synchronicity was first described by Carl Jung, a Swiss psychologist, in the 1920s. The concept does not question, or compete with, the notion of causality (h
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Synchronicity

[Rock Festival, IIT Kanpur] Synchronicity (Rock Est Immortalis) is the rock music festival of Antaragni the annual cultural festival of IIT Kanpur, held in the month of October, and is one of the popular college festivals in India. Its a three day long festival, attracting participation from over 400 rock bands of India. ==History== Synchro
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Synchronicity

[book] Synchronicity: An Acausal Connecting Principle, by C.G. Jung, is a book published by Princeton University Press in 1960. It was extracted from Structure & Dynamics of the Psyche, which is Volume 8 in The Collected Works of C. G. Jung. The book was also published in 1985 by Routledge. To Jung, synchronicity is a meaningful coincidence
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