Synchronicity the simultaneous occurrence of events that appear significantly related but have no discernible causal connection. This is a concept, first explained by psychoanalyst Carl Jung, which holds that events are "meaningful coincidences" they can occur with no causal relationship yet seem to be meaningfully related. It's also 2 great Police songs.
In a Synchronicity, the past, present and future seem to be merged together in a single moment in time that often defies logical explanation and touches upon the heart of our being. A synchronicity shows the connection between the observer and the reality that is being observed. Synchronicities are “meaningful coincidences” and touch our hearts because of the nature surrounding people, places and things. Synchronicities are moments that are outside of time. All coincidences are connected by meaning, but synchronicity happens when the meaningfulness is relevant to our personal evolution. It is the spur of the moment in that it may happen suddenly. It happens just in time. It is also part of the justice of the universe in bringing us exactly the pieces we need to be fashioned by - our destiny. This seems fitting to say that synchronicity guides us into spirituality.
Synchronicity is a word made from two Greek terms meaning "joined with" and "time."
Synchronicity was one of Jung’s most profound yet least understood discoveries, in part because it cannot be appreciated until we personally experience the synchronistic realm for ourselves. Jung’s discovery of synchronicity was the parallel realm of psychology to Einstein’s discovery of the law of relativity in physics. In a synchronicity, two world-systems, interlock and merge for a moment in time.
The key to understanding the meaning of a synchronicity is to pay attention to them when they happen. Try to see what (or who) the synchronicity connects to within your life. Take notice of what you might have been feeling or thinking about around the time when the synchronicity took place.
Synchronicities can involve anything imaginable, such as people, numbers, music, emotions, memories, conversations, or anything at all where there is a personal and meaningful connection to the experiencer. Sometimes when one thinks about the personal experiences they have had in their life, they might discover many things that connect in synchronistic ways.
Synchronicities often occur to get us to 'pay attention' to something or someone.
Here are some simple examples of synchronicities:
Do you see the same number patterns showing up over and over?
Have you met someone out of the blue who answered a question that you were just thinking about yourself?
Look at numbers (like your phone, house number in your everyday life) do they have significant meaning to you?
These are not just coincidences; all events have meaning. Synchronicities act as signals, guiding us thru life, or even helping to align our personal growth. Pay attention to signs, number patterns, in your daily life. These signs can help direct you on your path toward your life experience.
A sleep trance, a dream dance, A shared romance, Synchronicity
Kris Embrey is the author of Tell Me You Want Me by Archway Publishing, a Simon and Schuster Company. The book that manifested it's own synchronicity.