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Spirituality by Any Other Name

Psychological Perspectives


Ken Silvestro, PhD.

In the previous article, I introduced the idea of strange coincidences known in psychology as synchronicity. In order for the experience to be considered synchronicity, the strange coincidence has to be meaningful to the person.

Synchronicity was described as an expression of a personal myth or a collective myth, helping us to see and understand the active myths in our lives. Recall that our unconscious (hidden) psychology is responsible for creating the myths. Actually, it is the center of the unconscious, or the Self, that directs our lives in a meaningful way. This is another important p...

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