Dr Harald Atmanspacher is at the Institute for Frontier Areas of Psychology at Freiburg, Germany. In addition he is a fellow at Collegium Helveticum (ETH Zurich) and a faculty member of the C.G. Jung Institute Zurich, Switzerland. Dr Christopher A. Fuchs is a member of the quantum foundations group at Perimeter Institute, Waterloo, Canada. Based on Pauli's notion of a participating observer, he explores new ideas for understanding measurement in physics.
'This book provides a rich compendium of insightful perspectives on the subject of mind-matter interactions. Each author, in his or her own creative way, explores and extends Jung and Pauli's original conjecture of a deeper dimension to reality. Philosophy, physics, psychotherapy and analytical psychology are used to unveil intriguing and important aspects of how matter and mind arise and coexist in our everyday world. Of equal importance are intriguing insights into Jung and Pauli's concept of synchronicity and its relevance to our world.' -- Jeffrey T. Kiehl 'Many agree that something radically new is needed if we want to make progress on the mind-matter problem. The Pauli-Jung Conjecture explores thoroughly a subtle and sophisticated concept of reality where matter and consciousness find fascinating complementary roles.' -- Paavo Pylkkanen, University of Helsinki and University of Skovde