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Synchronicity: the phenomenon of experiencing a striking and meaningful coincidence that connects our inner and outer worlds. Synchronicity can act as a guide along our life path, helping us through challenging times, restoring self-belief and awakening a deeper understanding of ourselves and our destiny. Writing for both practitioners and anyone interested in mental healt Synchronicity: the phenomenon of experiencing a striking and meaningful coincidence that connects our inner and outer worlds. Synchronicity can act as a guide along our life path, helping us through challenging times, restoring self-belief and awakening a deeper understanding of ourselves and our destiny. Writing for both practitioners and anyone interested in mental health, wellbeing and the opportunities offered by altered states of consciousness, psychologist Chris Mackey provides astounding case studies and many practical suggestions for working with synchronicity, from journaling and symbol analysis to dream interpretation and ideas for accessing flow. He makes a passionate case that acknowledging synchronicity, as well as other forms of transcendent experience, plays an important role in positive psychology - the science of wellbeing - enabling us to thrive and find fulfilment in life. Chris Mackey is a clinical psychologist with 40 years' experience.


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Synchronicity: the phenomenon of experiencing a striking and meaningful coincidence that connects our inner and outer worlds. Synchronicity can act as a guide along our life path, helping us through challenging times, restoring self-belief and awakening a deeper understanding of ourselves and our destiny. Writing for both practitioners and anyone interested in mental healt Synchronicity: the phenomenon of experiencing a striking and meaningful coincidence that connects our inner and outer worlds. Synchronicity can act as a guide along our life path, helping us through challenging times, restoring self-belief and awakening a deeper understanding of ourselves and our destiny. Writing for both practitioners and anyone interested in mental health, wellbeing and the opportunities offered by altered states of consciousness, psychologist Chris Mackey provides astounding case studies and many practical suggestions for working with synchronicity, from journaling and symbol analysis to dream interpretation and ideas for accessing flow. He makes a passionate case that acknowledging synchronicity, as well as other forms of transcendent experience, plays an important role in positive psychology - the science of wellbeing - enabling us to thrive and find fulfilment in life. Chris Mackey is a clinical psychologist with 40 years' experience.

33 review for The Positive Psychology of Synchronicity: Enhance Your Mental Health with the Power of Coincidence

  1. 4 out of 5

    Cynthia

    The sections of this book on synchronicity are utterly fascinating. Connections between psychology, spirituality, and quantum physics will be of interest to anyone who has ever wondered how all these uncanny "coincidences" take place. The first part of the book is highly recommended. The book also includes a memoir by the author. While it is well worth reading, it seems to be a different book (and maybe should have been a second book). I think those simply interested in Synchronicity would probab The sections of this book on synchronicity are utterly fascinating. Connections between psychology, spirituality, and quantum physics will be of interest to anyone who has ever wondered how all these uncanny "coincidences" take place. The first part of the book is highly recommended. The book also includes a memoir by the author. While it is well worth reading, it seems to be a different book (and maybe should have been a second book). I think those simply interested in Synchronicity would probably have wanted to cut to the chase and read the author's conclusions about that topic. It's almost like the author had the material for two books, instead of one lengthy one. Recommended.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Trina

    I received The Positive Psychology of Synchronicity by Christopher Mackey from NetGalley in expectation of an honest review. The book is a wonderful combination of research, stories, science and psuedoscience. I particularly enjoy the flow of Mackey's writing about personal stories into the historical record. It has an intertwining of past and present I feel is important when discussing psychology, especially the trans-personal. the evidence of synchronicity provided in this writing makes it dif I received The Positive Psychology of Synchronicity by Christopher Mackey from NetGalley in expectation of an honest review. The book is a wonderful combination of research, stories, science and psuedoscience. I particularly enjoy the flow of Mackey's writing about personal stories into the historical record. It has an intertwining of past and present I feel is important when discussing psychology, especially the trans-personal. the evidence of synchronicity provided in this writing makes it difficult to argue wit. The only downside to this book is that I feel it is a lengthier read than necessary. Christopher Mackey uses wordy stories to describe simple ideas. I encourage this read from anyone with interest in the psi part of psychology.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Daniel

    Synchronicity is serendipity that is meaningful to the observer. That is, finding links and meaning in every coincidence. Extra Sensory Perception, numerology, telepathy, seeing and talking to ghosts, tarot cards, precognition are all deemed to be scientific. That is because of the quantum phenomenon of entanglement. So everything is linked and we are all one... But of course you know all these already through my telepathy, no?

  4. 4 out of 5

    Paul

    This is pretty well written. It is essentially 300 pages of stories/examples of synchronicity (mostly about the author) with a few pointers for readers. While very interesting at times, I didn't find it very useful. I think it will be inspiring for some readers. I really appreciate the advanced copy for review!!

  5. 4 out of 5

    GONZA

    I like this book, but sometimes it was a little bit too hard to believe, even if I tried. Interesting if not totally empiric... Mi é piaciuto questo libro, ma a volte era un po' troppo difficile credergli anche se ci ho provato. Interessante anche se non esattamente empirico. THANKS NETGALLEY FOR THE PREVIEW!

  6. 5 out of 5

    Alexandrah

    The Positive Psychology of Synchronicity is a well written book depicting the link between Psychology, synchronicity, and other spiritual aspects not normally considered by academia to be linked. But the author dispels these common beliefs, and with first hand accounts of himself or his patients, how science and spirituality can mix.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Jill Long

    Being a big believer in synchronicity, this book was an anticipated read for me. Christopher Mackey does a fabulous job writing a book that explains this phenomenon. His attention to details, research and personal story made this a very interesting read. Thank you to NetGalley, the publisher and author for this ARC.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Tiffany Rose

    This book is part memoir part information on synchronicity. I enjoyed how the author shows us the universe is showing us signs and synchronicities along the way. It is a great book for anyone wanting to see the power of synchronicity. I would like to thank netgalleyand the publisher for providing me with a copy free of charge. This is my honest and unbiased opinion of it.

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