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Synchronicity and Success

Wednesday, December 23rd, 2009


Synchronicity and Success
are linked together. Some people think that these happenstances are random or like magic. Carl Jung, a Swiss psychologist who was a contemporary of Freud, wrote about Synchronicity. He defined synchronicity as two events that may not seem to have any causal relationship between the two, but are related in meaning.

Synchronicity could be one factor behind the Law of Attraction. When we set up an intention and send it out from ourselves, it is like sending out an alert to the Universe. We are saying, “I intend this, or I desire that, or I want a job, or a partner, or a promotion” for example. The Universe begins lining up people and events that are related. Synchronicity happens.

This past summer, I had to suddenly move. Because I had been ill for months, I wanted a place where I did not have to pay very much money for rent, or a place where I could trade my time and energy for rent. When I looked online for rentals, a listing for a caretaker needed had just been posted 3 hours earlier. I called immediately and got the job. Synchronicity compelled me to look, and the property manager to post within hours of each other. It turned out to be a very good match for those of us who live here. We have similar values, and have a community of like minded people. That was powerful synchronicity at work.

Watch for Synchronicity in your life. It is there more than you think, and it supports your success.

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