July 16, 2021 in Conscious Events, Conscious Explorers

Explore the magic of Synchronicity: A deep dive 13/08/2021

I’m thrilled to be participating in an insightful discussion on the concept of synchronicity alongside a brilliant panel of experts, including Anthony Peake, Dr. Alan Roberts, Emma McCann, Jason Fite, and Sarah Janes. On Monday, 16th August at 3 pm, we’ll be delving into the fascinating connections between synchronicity and various fields such as psychology, biology, chaos theory mathematics, and modern physics. You can join us live as we stream the conversation on Facebook.

Synchronicity, a term first introduced by renowned psychologist Carl Jung, refers to the occurrence of meaningful coincidences that seem to have no causal connection. These moments of synchronicity remind us of the unity within the diversity of life, hinting at the interconnected nature of all things. From Rupert Sheldrake’s work on morphic resonance in biology to Bohm’s exploration of the holographic cosmos in modern physics, the concept of synchronicity has found resonance in various scientific domains.

Personal Synchroncitys

I have had some ridiculous synchronicities in my life, some that certainly felt supernatural in the chances of them happening. Heres a few examples: my laptop broke but I desperately needed to use the information on the harddrive. Later that day by total chance, a friend offered me his old laptop which was the exact make and model of my broken one. He did not know I needed it. Another time I went out to buy a sofa, I found one and was about to purchase it with my credit card. My sister called me and suggested I should pay off my debts before buying anything else. I decided not to do it. When i got home, someone had thrown away the exact sofa, (model and colour) away near the bottom of my stairs. Another time I needed a Sitar for a project. I went to do a cocoa ceremony and the owner had a sitar, I went to tune it. He told me he had never been able to tune it and would I like to have it. He had no clue I needed one. Another time I needed a travel guitar. Later that day a friend asked me if I wanted to play squash either at 5.30am or 5.30 pm for some reason I could not understand I said 5.30 am, when I normally would wake up around 10am. When I woke up that morning someone had left two travel guitars in the corridors of the stairs of my flats for anyone to take. One of them was a fender. If I had woken up at 10am I would certainly have missed them. One time I was questioning whether I should still be DJIng. At the time I had terrible tinnitus and the bar where I used to practice DJing had just shut down. I looked online for decks to purchase but I couldn’t even afford the cheapest ones. I went for a walk and put my hands in the. air and asked the universe for a sign. To cut a long story short, later that day a totally stranger came up to me and gave me some Technic 1210s with a battle mixer all worth close to Ā£2000. This story blows my mind still, makes me cry when I look at the decks which absolutely was the sign I was looking for.

This upcoming discussion promises to be a stimulating exploration of the enigmatic world of synchronicity and its impact on creativity, consciousness, and our daily lives. We’ll delve into the works of esteemed thinkers like Carl Jung, Rupert Sheldrake, Ervin Lazlo, and Bohm to gain a deeper understanding of this fascinating phenomenon.

Join us on 16th August at 3 pm for a thought-provoking conversation that will undoubtedly spark your curiosity and leave you in awe of the mysterious workings of the universe.

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