THE PLACE FOR SYNCHRONICITY IN LOGOTHERAPY
מאמר באנגלית מאת: Aryeh Siegel
The term synchronicity has been defined in many ways since Carl Gustav Jung first introduced it in the 1920’s. (Jung.1931) The place for synchronicity in logotherapy is the subject of this paper, and in that context I propose the following definition: Synchronicity is the experience of two or more events that are apparently causally unrelated and that are observed to occur together in a manner meaningful to the observer.
Aryeh Siegel is a Diplomate in Logotherapy (Viktor Frankl Institute of Logotherapy) with a Ph.D. in philosophy of logic and metaphysics (M.I.T.). He lectures on the philosophy of Kabbalah and Logotherapy and has translated essays written by the 20th century master of Kabbalah Rabbi Yehuda Ashlag with commentary by one of his current successors Rabbi Avraham Mordechai Gottlieb. The book of translation is titled: Giving – The Essential Teaching of the Kabbalah (Urim Publications 2020)less
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