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- n. The principle whereby the superabundance of one force inevitably produces its opposite, as with physical equilibrium.
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It was a stunning enantiodromia the likes of which I couldn't have fantasized in my most wine-fueled delusions.
A discussion with him might cover astrophysics and ant colonies, meteorology and baseball, the science of poker playing, and "enantiodromia," or the restoration of balance.
Marie-Louise von Franz argues that alchemy as Jung deals with it enacts the inevitable enantiodromia that sets in as a result of the patriarchal rigidity of the dogma of the Trinity, which excluded the feminine because of its alliance with
(enantiodromia) to the patriarchal tyranny of the Roman Church in which vicarious atonement as power rather than love is replaced by active "Soul-making" in which the psyche assumes full responsibility for its own salvation.