Synchroncities Galore

Are you experiencing more synchronicities these days?
Part of being a modern day mystic is to be able to recognize and acknowledge the existence of synchronicity.  Synchronicity is a concept developed by depth psychologist, Carl Jung. It is the simultaneous occurrence of events that appear significantly related, but have no discernible causal fullsizerender_4connection. Even though these phenomena are not testable, the modern day mystic takes that leap of faith that allows him or her to perceive meaningful connection with seemingly unrelated events.

Lately I’ve been notably aware of undeniable, multiple synchronicities.  There are many different types of synchronicity, but I will only talk about a few here.

  1. The Out-of-the-Blue Synchronicity. I attended a workshop and the workshop leader mentioned the work of some teachers that we had both studied 10 years ago. The next day I had a long drive. I blindly reached into a bin of CDs I have in the backseat of the car. I pulled out a stack and the exact CD she was referring to was on the top of the stack. Mind you, I had completely forgotten about it, and I hadn’t play that CD for 10 years. I called the teacher right away, and she was duly impressed. She wanted to borrow it from me because she couldn’t find her copy.
  2. Synchronicity of Convenience. On the way to shopping, I walked past my neighbors garden lamenting to myself that her peach tree had finished producing. I had several different errands to run including getting a few items from the grocery store, most importantly –  some zucchini. I did the other errands and ran out of steam for the grocery store. On the way past the garden again, I was pleased see a large zucchini placed in the “Please Take” bowl.
  3. Be Careful What You Wish For Synchronicity. I was shopping at a discount department store, when I saw the cutest cat bowls with the inscription “Eat, Play, Love.” I thought to myself “If I had cats, I would get those for sure.” We have two dogs and that’s plenty. Then two weeks later, my husband, who is really not that fond of cats, mentioned that the cat rescue people were at the local pet store. I said, “That’s nice, hunny,” without giving it a second thought. Then ten minutes later I was over there and ended up adopting two darling, orange tabby farm kittens.

Synchronicity can be explained by the Law of Attraction, and it can be worked so that instead of the connection being seemingly unrelated, you use your intention to bend the outcome in your favor. That’s involves more intentionality. Being a little on the lazy side, I prefer to delight in the surprise factor of synchronicity. Sometimes my higher self has a better vantage point on what I really need, and what would support my higher purpose.

I’d love to hear about what kind of synchronicites are happening in your life.