Synchronicity: the bridge between matter and mind by F. David Peat. Authors; Authors and affiliations. K. V. Laurikainen. K. V. Laurikainen. 1. ch. The problems of the psyche are now interesting people and C.G. Jung is evidently beginning to be understood. David Peat’s book on synchronicity is a new. by F. DAVID PEAT PhD Synchronicities are the jokers in nature’s pack of cards for they refuse to play by the rules and offer a hint that, in our quest for certainty.
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Fascinating book explains how the macro world must work in light of the reality of quantum mechanics. Amazon Drive Cloud storage from Amazon.
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Science, Order, and Creativity: As if asking the question would somehow change the rather inexplicable course on which I or we appear to be. Jan 04, Sherri Losee rated it it was amazing. Want to Read saving…. Sep 17, Leonardo marked it as not-yet. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Peat suggests that there are two orders in savid universe: It is highly objective and scientific as much as it can be while dealing with this type of speculations.
Well researched and documented book with lots of good insights into the theory of synchronicity. It seems as if ” Jung was never peah to fully integrate the insights that Pauli was presenting to him ” p. Customers who viewed this item also viewed. There were many moments when I considered quitting, but being that I had quit one difficult book to read this one, I felt too guilty to give up, so I plodded on. I feel that maybe I shouldn’t like this book so much as a student of science.
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Synchronicity: The Bridge Between Matter and Mind by F. David Peat
Bohm also aimed at re-introducing time as a dynamic entity. This is a very readable introduction to synchronicity even though it doesn’t convince me that the concept is scientifically valid.
Heavy on the science side of the synchronicity problem.
Sinchronicities are a curious phenomena that is This may be one of the most memorable books I’ve read in This is a very interesting publication dealing with the matter of possible interconnections between matter and mind.
View all 3 comments. It emphasizes the value of small-scale, iterative actions compared to large, single-step interventions. I guess this one was not one of my favorites.
This approach, as envisaged by Peat, emphasizes a certain manner of action that is aimed at creating change in an effective manner. I thought this was a well-written book, it has 8 chapters, each one makes its case clearly, with lots of interesting references, including the work of Jung, Pauli, Prigogine, Einstein, Bohm, Sheldrake, Heisenberg, Hume, Koestler, Freud, Casimir.
Yet we have all experienced it synchroniciity one point of our lives and were often struck by them. Would you like to tell synchronicityy about a lower price?
Just beware that peaf have to have high reading comprehension to delve into this book. Peat is the author of many books including a biography of David Bohm, with whom Peat collaborated, books on quantum theory and chaos theory, as well as a study of Synchronicity.