Synchronicity and Why It Is Important


First off what is Synchronicity? Have you ever been thinking about a friend, and then happen to run into them, or perhaps they call out of the blue. There you have it in a nutshell.

Some skeptics dismiss this as a mere coincidence, but it is not. The more you are aware and pay attention to seemingly unrelated events, the more you will notice, and the more times it occurs the less likely it is to be a coincidence.

The term synchronicity is the occurrence of 2 or more events that appear to be slightly related, or unlikely to occur but are in fact related in a meaningful way. This was first described in detail by Carl Gustav Jung in the 1920s. He stated that this phenomenon does not compete with cause and effect, but instead are together regardless of cause and effect.

It has been described as the relationship of minds in conceptual sense. It defines itself as relationship of ideas that manifest in a meaningful way regardless of causes and effects. Jung felt that these occurrences revealed the existence of an underlying framework to reality or a collective unconscious as it were.

Jung believed that life was not a series of random events, in fact an expression of a deeper order to the universe. He believed that the events that first appear to be a coincidence will later reveal themselves to be related. Also it was important to Jung that individuals see that these tandem events are as important as dreams, meaning to use them to help you think on a grander scale instead of focusing on the self.

Synchronicity Or Coincidence?

Why is all of this important? Well if you pay more attention you will start to notice these things that at first may seem coincidence are in fact related. This is important in raising you awareness and taking note of these occurrences in order to see how they can be beneficial to you and your future.

If you have further questions one of our experienced psychics will be able to assist you in seeing what effect Synchronicity is, or can be having on your life.