The collective unconscious was a representation of what Jung called the psychic life of our ancestors.

He saw the collective unconscious as flowing from wherever and whenever the beginning was, surrounding and informing us in our current existence, but also continually renewing and ready for those not yet born.

To illustrate this new dimension, Jung modified the Freudian iceberg metaphor to include the presence of the collective unconscious.

Is Jung’s iceberg an unintended metaphor for the question of synchronicity itself? Presenter Frederick Tamagi leaves us with some questions to ponder.