feel luckyWhat is Synchronicity?

Synchronicity is the experience of two or more events defined as meaningfully related, where they are unlikely to be causally related. The subject; however, may see it as a meaningful coincidence.

The concept of synchronicity is that the conceptual relationship of minds, defined by the relationship between ideas, is intricately structured in its own logical way and gives rise to relationships which have nothing to do with causal relationships in which a cause precedes an effect. Instead, causal relationships are understood as simultaneous — that is, the cause and effect occur at the same time.

We have all had experiences when things happen that we pass off as 'luck' in our life or even as being 'fate' but nevertheless make us wonder, if only for a moment.

For example, thinking of someone and then they happen to call you. You or someone else changes a routine, meets a stranger, finds a book, a movie or some other inspiration that changes life, our lives or how you see and/or define life. This category gives you a way to keep track of the seemingly 'ordinary' and 'extraordinary' occurences that have an impact on your life now or have the potential to take you in another direction at some point later in your life.

Everything, past, present and/or future is linked. All coincidences have meaning. We are all synchronized. Any movement no matter how small is eventually felt by us all. Have you noticed that when you are ready to receive something you normally do? Have you ever had a perfect day, where everything went just right? People and things just appeared at exactly the right moment? That is how synchronicity presents itself. If you arrived a few seconds earlier or later things would not have turned out the same. You were in the right place at the right time. It wasn’t luck or chance. You were in perfect harmony with everything.




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