Positive Synchronicity

When you “follow your excitement” in the moment, each “now” moment, this leads to Positive Synchronicity – things “magically” working out in a way that is delightfully and surprisingly pleasing.

When you ignore your excitement, and are instead led by your fears and worries, this leads to Negative Synchronicity – upsetting events – the very things you wished to avoid.… Read the rest

Synchronicities

synchroniicity

Carl Gustav Jung introduced the term of synchronicity into psychology. He understood by this that what is in your mind manifests outside.He didn’t go as far as saying that each person creates reality,  but he was aware of synchronicities which couldn’t be only accidentally.… Read the rest

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