Spiritual synchronicity

Synchronicity is a concept, first explained by psychoanalyst Carl Jung, which holds that events are “meaningful coincidences” if they occur with no causal relationship yet seem to be meaningfully related…

Many moons ago, (37 to be precise)…. I embarked on a 3 month sabbatical to New Zealand. It was just after my brother died and I needed some time to wander, to ponder and to be in nature. I also wanted to test the idea about synchronicity, having your needs met by trusting in complete faith in the Universe.

As if by magic, every where I went in New Zealand I was met by someone who appeared on my pathway inviting me to stay either overnight, a few days or just for a meal. I had never encountered anything like it and those 3 months convinced me that when we put our complete trust in the Universe, miracles happen, or meaningful events occur. Things simply lined up, far better than I could have lined them up by controlling them myself.

Since that experience, I’ve had relationships with men whom poo poohed this experience. Rarely have I found a male whom understood the concept.. tho i’m sure they’re ‘out there.’

There were days when I’d been walking for a few hours and suddenly the rain clouds burst forth and a minute later a car would pull up. I hitch hiked most of the time and met some wonderful people. I also travelled with different people along the way, one had a tent which we used to camp beside the most beautiful scenery I’d ever seen.

One intriguing example occurred in my world last April when my intuition nudged me back to Brisbane. I drove from Sydney and less than 24 hours later, my daughters car blew up and she had no way of making it to work as she lived no where near public transport. In perfect timing, I’d returned – able to help out.

And this is the power of syncronicity. We show up at the right time – others show up or offer us opportunities, at the right time…  & things have a way of working out…






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