According to Leibniz, all monads more complex than rocks have memory.  And 
human monads and
apparently some animal monads (dogs)  have some ability to indirectly access 
other minds, 
since monads are not located in space, but simply mentally. So you the personal 
has at least theoretical access to Universal Mind. This is Jung's Universal 

Each monad has a plurality of properties and relations, which constitutes its 
perception. Each monad has its own 
perceptions which differ from the perceptions of other monads. Perceptual 
changes are constituted by the internal 
actions of monads. Leibniz describes three levels of monads, which may be 
differentiated by their modes of perception 
A simple or bare monad has unconscious perception, but does not have memory. A 
simple or ordinary soul is a more 
highly developed monad, which has distinct perceptions, and which has conscious 
awareness and memory. A rational soul or 
spirit is an even more highly developed monad, which has self-consciousness and 
reason (both of which constitute "apperception").

Ab111 The Rosicrucian framework of Chrysal. How the sprit of the gold remains 
the same, 
despite additions and subtractions to its matter and the changes in its form. 
This is surely 
reminiscent of Leibniz's monads? Ruth Saw (Leibniz) points out that Leibniz's 
sits well into modern ideas about telepathy and other psychic phenomena. But 
even more, 
perhaps, it chimes in with certain Rosicrucian and Swedenborgian conceptions. 

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