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Carl Jung, Hauntings, and Paranormal Coincidences by [Dillon, Doug]
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A journey into Carl Jung's paranormal world where he encounters ghosts, predicts the future, unwittingly serves as a psychic medium and experiences incredible supernatural phenomena. Events in the lives of other people serve to validate Jung's adventures and his fascinating theory of synchronicity.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1646 KB
  • Print Length: 212 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Old St. Augustine Publications; 1 edition (27 October 2014)
  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
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  • Average Customer Review: 1.0 out of 5 stars 1 customer review
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #367,904 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Far fetched anecdotal nonsense, Doug Dillon's only talent is finding the paranormal in everything. Where the Carl Jung reference came into the title is puzzling and I imagine Carl would recommend a session on the couch for Doug.
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1.0 out of 5 stars . no need to stretch to maybe classify them as perhaps paranormal. 13 October 2016
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This is often 2nd-hand accounts and always "well, it COULDA been that" stories but nothing substantive. Repetitive & endlessly self-referencing. Rip-off use of Jung's name - a few anecdotal stories are included. About as interesting as a bored housewives gossip hour. No, not even that. I've had vastly more interesting experiences than are related here and have . The author should stick to young adult novels. If really interested in that area's paranormal activity, buy a good book of ghosts of St. Augustine or if you're interested in the subconscious, look Jung's own writing. This is neither here, there or anywhere but warmed-over gee-whizzers.
3.0 out of 5 stars Ehhh ... good stories 24 February 2016
By Clarence H. Stratton - Published on
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More accounts of "haunting" with very little insight for someone in the field but good for one who just likes reading about it. Good stories but that's the point just Good Stories!
3.0 out of 5 stars Life 9 April 2015
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According to Carl Jung or another man being not so ordinary as we know. Paying attention to life dreams and things we want to call coincidences but are warnings only if we pay attention. As humans we rarely pay attention to our detriment.
3.0 out of 5 stars Three Stars 8 September 2015
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The book was pretty good. Kept me interested which kept me reading .
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4.0 out of 5 stars this work is clearly a work of love, and 15 January 2015
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I have had a lengthy connection to Doug Dillon's writings and have found immense pleasure in seeing Doug offer Young Adults the opportunity to be introduced to the world of Spirituality via a Native American shaman in Doug's trilogy that incorporates Doug's passion for history, integrated in the inter-dimensional world of St. Augustine.
In his latest work, Carl Jung, Hauntings, and Paranormal Coincidences, Doug introduces us to the world of occultism through the re-telling of experiences Doug and his wife, Barbara, have had; of re-telling documented experiences that Dr. Carl Jung had as a young man, as well as friends and acquaintances.
This book is not intended to be about Dr. Jung or a compilation of his academic studies; his name is used in the title to give reference and substance to a subject that has not always been discussed publically. Because the nature of Spiritual experience has been disputed and frequently shut down, Doug Dillon hopes that by adding Dr. Jung's experiences to the book, many individuals will be receptive to the idea that, indeed, we do not walk alone in this world.
I admired Doug Dillon and his wife's book, which is clearly a work of love, and, they are both very dedicated to sharing their experiences to help others who may not be aware to what might be happening in their own homes, or, places of work, as well as those old B&B homes that you might find yourself in during a summer vacation.
Historically, texts of this nature have been written over the past 100 years, and, yet very few are willing to acknowledge the role and impact that the Spirit world has in our lives. Over 40 years ago, I found myself reading books of this nature, as well as reading Jung's memoir and academic material to better comprehend the reality of Spirits in our midst.
If Doug and his wife have the time, energy and passion to keep writing books on the supernatural, I hope they will consider taking this topic to another level. Many of the Spirits that have been encountered have been locked in to a past time; they are usually souls who have become `stuck' in a certain place/time/date and have not moved on with their soul journey. As interesting as it is to interact with them, it would be wonderful to see Doug write a book about how these same souls can be re-connected with their spiritual journey and freed from their fears of moving forward. It requires looking at these souls with love, compassion and encouragement to re-connect with their loved ones, to realize the world of Spirit is quite vast and holds unlimited possibilities for growth and development.
I am a psychologist, and, I adhere to the tenets of transpersonal psychology, that we can not truly know who we are until we incorporate all components of our selves: physically, emotionally, mentally, spiritually. This book is a part of all of us, the journey that we are all taking is inherently connected to those stories told in this book, written with so much joy, curiosity, and intelligence by Doug and his wife to help us all understand ourselves better. I place this book in the same category as I do Oliver Sacks: both Doug and Oliver are attempting to have us see the world in a different perspective, one that makes us richer, wiser and more informed.
I hope you will purchase this book. You may find yourself, as I did, mulling over the contents long after you have read the book, wondering how are all those souls doing, did they move on with their journey, or are they still waiting to be awakened and to recall that their journey has many more doorways, hallways, and, dimensions to explore?