Channel Of Communication

A channel of communication is a component in a theory by Arnold Mindell which is a continuation on some of Carl Jung's theories about the unconscious. Mindell suggests that differing process channels are responsible for bringing messages from the unconscious into awareness by the individual. There are six recognized channels of communication: visual (sight, color, dreams, information from reading), auditory (sound, language, music, tone), proprioceptive (physical touch, pain, temperature, pressure), kinesthetic (body movement, gestures), relationship (sex, social influences), and world (environment, school, family, universe).

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