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Jung and Pauli – The Interpretation of Nature and the Psyche.

Through collaboration with Wolfgang Pauli and Werner Heisenberg, Jung intuitively sought to establish a parallelism between psychic processes and the physical world by applying emerging theoretical concepts of quantum physics to his analytical psychology. Wolfgang Pauli, a prominent co-founder of quantum physics, first met Jung in 1930, and for the following twenty-six years they corresponded with each other exploring the relationship that they believed existed between analytical psychology and quantum physics. In 1952, Jung and Pauli published their initial findings in a book entitled The Interpretation of Nature and the Psyche.

Donald H. Wolfraim Ph.D. The Unity of Psyche and World

One reply on “Jung and Pauli – The Interpretation of Nature and the Psyche.”

The final conclusions, as recorded in the
letters between Jung and Pauli, indicate
their belief that the “natural numbers” are
a tangible connection between the spheres
of matter and psyche. As Jung said: “it is
here that the most fruitful field of further
investigation might be found.”
See “atom and archetype.” 1932-1958

This story of an incredible ‘synchronicity’
was commented on by senior researchers
at Princeton University.

“such is the nature of reality, that anyone
can experience that which is least understood.”

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