Friday, February 24, 2012

Synchronicity is the Key to Destiny

By Frank Joseph / Source: New Dawn Magazine

Synchronicity is the most mysterious thing in the world. Synchronicity is the term parapsychologists use for "meaningful coincidence." It happens to everyone, more often than we realise. But synchronicities are not "mere" coincidences, random accidents without significance.

Going through a half-forgotten collection of old photographs, you're surprised to find the snap-shot of a friend you lost contact with years ago. Just then the telephone rings and the voice on the other end of the line belongs to the same person in the photo.

You're desperate to find a parking place because you've got to be on time for a crucial appointment. There's not an open spot as far as the eye can see. Suddenly, a car pulls out in front of you, leaving you a space right in front of the address where you're expected.

You've just finished reading a book about rare birds, when the first humming-bird you've ever seen in your back yard is drinking nectar from a nearby flower.
These are typical incidents of synchronicity. And while most people brush them aside as insignificant happenstance, some of the greatest minds in history have grappled with this universal enigma. "Synchronicity" was coined by last century's leading psychologist, Carl Gustav Jung. Fascinated as he was by it, even Albert Einstein could not understand how it worked.

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