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Books on Synchronicity

ISBN 0-919123-02-3. Diagrams. Index. 128 pp. 1980. $25.00

Penetrating study of the psychological aspects of time, number and methods of divining fate such as the I Ching, astrology, Tarot, palmistry, dice, etc., contrasting Western scientific attitudes with those of the Chinese and so-called primitives.


ISBN 0-919123-76-7. 10 illustrations. Index. 192 pp. 1997. $30.00

Is chaos in our lives a sign that things have gone terribly wrong? Not necessarily. Just as the material world oscillates between states of order and chaos, so also the individuation process involves stages of psychic balance and disruption.


ISBN 0-919123-79-1. 15 illustrations. Index. 128 pp. 1998. $25.00

Visual imagery, historical data, mythological amplification, modern dream material, synchronistic phenomena and first-hand experience are the substance of this whirlwind text that uncovers the psychological significance of great storms.


ISBN 9781894574204. Index. 192 pp. 2007. $30.00

This is an extraordinary book. It is important both for its clarification of the phenomenon of synchronicity and for its implications for the survival of Western civilization.

The author, schooled in religious studies and science, takes readers gently through a basic understanding of physics, from classical Newtonian to modern quantum, and weds that to C.G. Jungís long-standing enquiry into the enigmatic relationship between matter and spirit, selfhood and destiny.

Here we meet the conjunction in time of three great minds: Swiss psychiatrist Jung; Nobel Prize-winning physicist Wolfgang Pauli; and the celebrated analyst-scholar Marie-Louise von Franz in their efforts to understand the mysterious interpenetration of time and the timeless.

The journey is exciting and illuminating, and certain to mark a watershed in an understanding of the individuation process and the evolving practice of analytical psychology as a holistic approach to healing psychological ills.

J. Gary Sparks, B.Sc., M.Div., M.A., is a graduate of Bucknell University in Lewisburg, PA; the Pacific School of Religion in Berkeley, CA; and the C.G. Jung Institute of Zurich, Switzerland. He is a former Peace Corps Korea Volunteer during the early 1970s and co-editor of Edward F. Edingerís Science of the Soul (2002) and Ego and Self: The Old Testament Prophets (2000). He is widely known in North America for his lectures and seminars on the significance and application of Jungian psychology. (See www.jgsparks.net.)