Message Stream

A Message Stream (a.k.a. Information Stream) is any pathway through which information passes from a source to a receiver. Message streams consist of a source, a conduit, and a receiver. A message source is always an individual writer. A message conduit can be a computer, a radio, a book, or any other "window" or "channel" through which information and meaning may be transmitted. A message receiver is any individual who is receiving, either consciously or unconsciously, the message that is passing through the conduit.

In order to avoid mis-Alignment, Disjuncture, dis-Connection, and even Pathology, the quality and intent of information streams must be discerned.

See Also

Connection | Connection Framework | Connection Technique | Connection Supplement | Connection Appliance | Connection Event | Connection Challenge | Connection Pathology | Connection Outcome, experience of the "Numinosum" (Jung, 1938: 6).

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