A Jungian Foundation for Quantitative Analysis of Dreams and Other Psychical Phenomenon 

I wrote this paper as part of my graduate education in East-West Psychology at CIIS. This paper established a theoretical framework for large-scale and citizen-science research of dreams based on Jungian thought. It is being practically applied through Exo Metaverse and Light Net.


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