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The UNUS MUNDUS forum of Psychovision (Remo F. Roth) invites discussion of theoretical and practical issues of a possible union of Carl Jung's depth psychology with quantum physical principles.
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Those of you who have web pages could link to the Unus Mundus forum and write "Jungian discussion forum". As it is now, it doesn't show up on the first search pages when searching for Jungian forums. The forum administrator could perhaps, if he hasn't already done so, insert tags "Jungian discussion forum", so that it is easier to find.

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Matswin wrote:
Those of you who have web pages could link to the Unus Mundus forum and write "Jungian discussion forum". As it is now, it doesn't show up on the first search pages when searching for Jungian forums. The forum administrator could perhaps, if he hasn't already done so, insert tags "Jungian discussion forum", so that it is easier to find.

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Thank you for your advice.

The administrator has done the best he could with the meta-tags of the board and uses Google webmaster tools to be sure that the search robots are attracted here.

The administrator would like to point out two things though:

1) the Unus Mundus forum is not a 'Jungian site' but dedicated to discuss Remo Roth's ideas and help develop a 'mad enough theory' through the sharing of uncommon experiences.

2) It might be difficult to find it on the web (though not so much as Google statistics tend to show) but maybe this carries some meaning.

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I had no idea that this forum was dedicated to discussing Remo's ideas. It says so nowhere. Is Remo's thinking essentially at odds with Jungian psychology? After all, post-Jungians are still Jungians. Shouldn't Remo's thinking be regarded a branch of Jungian psychology? In that case this is a Jungian discussion forum.

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