Conscious Coherence

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In social systems, conscious coherence refers to the phenomenon of seemingly coordinated group behavior, when group members are acting individually, and without apparent direct communication. The collective action might be deliberate and intentional, as is achieved in successful work teams, sporting teams, or performance troupes. Or, it might occur passively as a product of some subtle, transpersonal phenomenon like Jung's collective unconscious.

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Author: Bill Miller