Carl Jung talks about matters relating to his strange parapsychological hypothesis of synchronicity, which makes the case that a factor in addition to causality exists in the world, which creates "meaningful coincidences". Usually in these cases universal mythological motifs, which Jung called archetypes, make themselves manifest. Jung speaks how the results of J.B. Rhine's famous experiments with Zener cards seem to give support to his thesis.
Jung states: "Since psyche and matter are contained in one and the same world, and moreover are in continuous contact with one another and ultimately rest on irrepresentable, transcendental factors, it is not only possible but fairly probable, even, that psyche and matter are two different aspects of one and the same thing. The synchronicity phenomenon point, it seems to me, in this direction, for they show that the nonpsychic can behave like the psychic, and vice versa, without there being any causal connection between them."