By Young Woon Ko
Jung s knowing of Yijing for helping the synchronistic precept unearths the foremost problems with his archetypal thought. Jung s archetypal idea, that's the elemental motif of his knowing of Yijing, illuminates the non secular value of Yijing. Jung defines the human adventure of the divine as an archetypal procedure when it comes to which the subconscious conveys the human non secular adventure. during this approach, the divine and the subconscious brain are inseparable from one another. For the human event of the divine, Jung s archetypal concept built in a theistic culture is encountered with the spiritual personality of the non-theistic culture of Yijing. From Jung s partial model of Yijing, in spite of the fact that, we become aware of the variations among Jung s archetypal psychology and the Yijing cosmological view. This distinction represents the adaptation among the Western and the East Asian culture. This element is definitely proven within the undeniable fact that Jung s theoretical assumption for the definition of archetype is deeply linked to Plato s inspiration and the Kantian a priori type. as a result, Jung brings their timeless-spaceless realm of archetype into the synchronistic phenomenon of the psyche and identifies the Yijing textual content with the readable archetype. but, the synchronistic second that Jung offers is the phenomenon consistently all for subjective event and instinct, that are constructed within the length of time. The synchronistic phenomenon isn't really transcendent or the target flowing of time-in-itself despite our subjective event.