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Coaching conference – Play a World Game
Belgrade
March 5, 2015
The Phenomena of Synchronicity in Coaching Process
Dragomir...
What are we going to do today?
 Warming Up – 10 min
 Brain – 5 min
 C. G. Jung’s Concept of Synchronicity – The meaning...
Warming Up
 Who ever heard of the term Synchronicity?
 Have you ever been into position to think about some person
and t...
Brain
Play a World Game
4
C. G. Jung’s Concept of Synchronicity
Beginnings
 Jung presented Synchronicity in 1951 following discussions
with both Al...
C. G. Jung’s Concept of Synchronicity
Definitions
 A meaningful coincidence of external and inner events
 Not connected ...
Play a World Game
7
Summary of Jung’s Ideas on Synchronicity
The Workshops
 First group – Dreams:
 write down a dream,
 write down the conscious thoughts about the dream,
 underli...
The Workshops
 Second & Third groups – I Ching & Tarot:
 write down an open question,
 write down the conscious thought...
Completion
 Your Impressions from Workshops
 Q & A
Play a World Game
10
Appreciation
Thank you 
Play a World Game
11
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The absolute knowledge of humans is in the unconscious – that is where the past, the present and the future of the human kind is met, that is where all the questions and answers are, all typical human situations, the archetypes, and the entire world, or Unus Mundus as alchemists called it. This absolute knowledge emerges from the unconscious and reaches the consciousness in every person, more or less depending on the personality and Ego boundaries of an individual, through dreams, visions, synchronistic events, art and similar things. The force that makes the absolute knowledge to emerge from the unconscious is the phenomena of synchronicity. Unlike synchronism, which represents two events which are linked by cause-and-effect link, synchronicity represents time coincidence of two or more events which are not connected by the cause-and-effect link, but which have the same or similar meaning. With understanding the phenomena of synchronicity we will be able to better comprehend inner and hidden energies within the coaching process that let our clients reach the most valuable moments in the coaching process, the “Aha moments”, which are the mixture of positive energy and images that opens totally new perspective on the current situation in the life of a client.

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Synchronicity - Coaching Conference - Play a World Game

  1. 1. Coaching conference – Play a World Game Belgrade March 5, 2015 The Phenomena of Synchronicity in Coaching Process Dragomir Kojic
  2. 2. What are we going to do today?  Warming Up – 10 min  Brain – 5 min  C. G. Jung’s Concept of Synchronicity – The meaningful coincidences - 10 min  Workshops in 3 groups: Dream Group, I Ching Group and Tarot Group – 35 min  Your Impressions from Workshops – 5 min  Q & A – 5 min  The End Play a World Game 2
  3. 3. Warming Up  Who ever heard of the term Synchronicity?  Have you ever been into position to think about some person and to get a phone call from the same person at the same time?  What about a dream where a person with whom you are in a relationship dies in a dream and later in real life you end up the relationship with the same person?  And slips of tongue, when you said something that you did not want to say but later you realize it was true?  My personal experience of synchronicity in connection to this Conference  What Is Synchronicity? trailer Play a World Game 3
  4. 4. Brain Play a World Game 4
  5. 5. C. G. Jung’s Concept of Synchronicity Beginnings  Jung presented Synchronicity in 1951 following discussions with both Albert Einstein and Wolfang Pauli  Jung believed that there were parallels between synchronicity and aspects of relativity theory and quantum mechanics  For him, life was not a series of random events but rather an expression of a deeper order  He also believed that in a person's life, synchronicity serves a role similar to that of dreams, with the purpose of shifting a person's egocentric conscious thinking to greater wholeness Play a World Game 5
  6. 6. C. G. Jung’s Concept of Synchronicity Definitions  A meaningful coincidence of external and inner events  Not connected with the cause & effect but with meaning  Unity of matter and psyche  Assisting to people in the process of individuation – in life Play a World Game 6
  7. 7. Play a World Game 7 Summary of Jung’s Ideas on Synchronicity
  8. 8. The Workshops  First group – Dreams:  write down a dream,  write down the conscious thoughts about the dream,  underline the most important motives from the dream and write them down,  write down your personal associations on each important motive,  find the archetypal meaning of each important motive in the books of symbols and write down next to the personal associations only the meanings that triggered an emotional/physical reaction to you,  read: the dream, the conscious thoughts, personal and archetypal associations and connect it all in visualization  share experiences within the group Play a World Game 8
  9. 9. The Workshops  Second & Third groups – I Ching & Tarot:  write down an open question,  write down the conscious thoughts about the question,  focus on the question and visualize it,  draw out one card while visualizing the question,  write down your personal associations about the card,  find the archetypal meaning of the card in the booklet of archetypal meanings and write down next to the personal associations only the meanings that triggered an emotional/physical reaction to you,  read: the question, the conscious thoughts, personal and archetypal associations and connect it all in visualization  share experiences within the group Play a World Game 9
  10. 10. Completion  Your Impressions from Workshops  Q & A Play a World Game 10
  11. 11. Appreciation Thank you  Play a World Game 11

The absolute knowledge of humans is in the unconscious – that is where the past, the present and the future of the human kind is met, that is where all the questions and answers are, all typical human situations, the archetypes, and the entire world, or Unus Mundus as alchemists called it. This absolute knowledge emerges from the unconscious and reaches the consciousness in every person, more or less depending on the personality and Ego boundaries of an individual, through dreams, visions, synchronistic events, art and similar things. The force that makes the absolute knowledge to emerge from the unconscious is the phenomena of synchronicity. Unlike synchronism, which represents two events which are linked by cause-and-effect link, synchronicity represents time coincidence of two or more events which are not connected by the cause-and-effect link, but which have the same or similar meaning. With understanding the phenomena of synchronicity we will be able to better comprehend inner and hidden energies within the coaching process that let our clients reach the most valuable moments in the coaching process, the “Aha moments”, which are the mixture of positive energy and images that opens totally new perspective on the current situation in the life of a client.

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