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Carl Jung

Carl Jung
Carl Jung

Peat's interest in Carl Jung was sparked by watching, while still a student, a BBC television interview between Jung and John Freeman. In parallel with his researches in physics during the 1970s and 80s Peat continued to think about Jung's notions of the Collective Unconscious, archetypes and synchronicity. He has also been deeply struck by Wolfgang Pauli's remark that physics must come to terms with "the irrational in matter" and that just as Jung had demonstrated the objective side to Consciousness (the Collective Unconscious) so physics must discover the subjective side to matter.

In addition to his book, Synchronicity: The Bridge Between Matter and Mind, Peat has lectured and the Assisi Conferences and to Jungians in Canada, the US, Mexico, Holland, Switzerland and England. His current interests can be found in other pages (Synchronicity, Archetypes, as well as Consciousness, ). They include mechanisms of development and maturation; the role of transference, counter-transference, projective identification; the possible existence of "fields" that connect patient and therapist; the way a "linguistic field" is structured during therapy, the nature of the incest taboo and the possibility that we stand at the cusp of some new social myth or collective conjunction of archetypes.

To attend David Peat's course on Synchronicity: The Bridge between matter and mind.

 

Related Pages:
Archetypes  | Consciousness  | Synchronicity |

Books:
Synchronicity: The Bridge Between Matter and Mind

Essays:
Alchemical Transformation: Consciousness and Matter, Form and Information
Catalogue Essays for David Andrew
Chaos: The Geometrization of Thought
Containment and Growth
Cosmos and Inscape
Creativity: The Meeting of Apollo and Dionysus
Divine Contenders: Wolfgang Pauli and the Symmetry of the World

Does Spirit Matter?
A Science of Harmony and Gentle Action
Synchronicity: The Speculum of Inscape and Landscape
Time, Synchronicity and Evolution



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