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About the Conference:
Unus mundus, Latin for "one world", is the concept of an underlying unified reality from which everything emerges and to which everything returns.
Jung, in conjunction with the physicist Wolfgang Pauli, explored the possibility that his concepts of archetypes and synchronicity might be related to the unus mundus - the archetype being an expression of unus mundus; synchronicity, or "meaningful coincidence", being made possible by the fact that both the observer and connected phenomenon ultimately stem from the same source, the unus mundus. Jung was always careful, however, to stress the tentative and provisional nature of such explorations into a unitarian idea of reality.
As we peer into the universe, we see glimpses of what it is to be and to exist. Consciousness arises from this peering into the universe and reflecting back to the individual. What we glimpse are the strings that hold our ideas and thoughts together in some form of coherent (or incoherent) narrative that we have spun that came directly from the depth of our unconscious.
At this conference, we would like to welcome you in exploring the ideas of Carl Jung's analytical psychology and ideas from quantum physics that help us connect psyche and matter as one.
This idea is not new, it has prevailed in many ancient cultures throughout time (for example, that the yin and yang exist as one, not as two separate entities). We have seen throughout the pandemic that the overarching theme is that unification will move us forward.
Through this conference, participants will earn 20 CEUs, learn about the transformational work the IFC is doing with Jungian Advanced Motor Processing © (JAMP©), how they can join in and take part in this extraordinary treatment.
The IFC is excited to present the 3rd annual conference titled "One World Theory". Quantum physics tells us that our universe arises as a dream. We are all in this dream together, what Jung termed the "Unus Mundus, the unified cosmos". Secure your spot today!
Oct 14, 2021, 9:00 a.m. – Oct 16, 2021, 5:00 p.m.
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