In the past six months or so, I have noticed the word synchronicity a lot. A lot is an understatement. It is more than once a day.
Tonight, I am working on adding what happens once I go into the light in between the sixteen lifetimes I include in the book I am nearly finished writing. I have ten lifetime chapters updated so far.
During the in between life period, I am able to chat with my spirit guides and on occasion, angels. It is as though they are sitting in my living room—truly remarkable. I wish I had known this, years ago. (They say anyone can do this by the way.) We are so loved.
After one particularly difficult lifetime, the angel said, “It seems like lives are tossed around randomly, but it is all for a reason and synchronicity is occurring.”
In typing in this quote by an angel that greeted me in the light, I felt compelled to look up the word synchronicity.
Of course, I visit Wikipedia’s listing on Synchronicity.
Who knew Jung was the one who introduced the concept? I did not.
He goes on to say that synchronicity has parallels to aspects of relativity theory (Albert Einstein) and quantum mechanics (Wolfgang Pauli).
I do love Einstein and have half a blog post written on quantum theory… synchronicity at work.
No sooner had I finished reading the Wikipedia information, I was notified of a new comment on my blog. This comment led me to read more on Linda’s blog. She has a few postings, one of which is on (can you guess?) synchronicity.
It gets better. Within her blog she talks about a song I like. I just found out who actually sang it in the past few weeks thanks to a good friend. She quoted some of the words to it.
Yes, I said aloud, “Shut up!”
She ends her blog with one of my favorite paintings by Dali (of which I have re-painted a small section of that hangs on the wall at my sister’s house. I like it that much.)
Life is good … but it gets better when you start to see the synchronicity.
Posts on Synchronicity:
Linda’s post mentioned above: Calendars and Collisions
My beautiful blue butterfly friend Sindy – her post on Synchronicity: Communion