Swiss psychologist Carl Jung coined the term “synchronicity and defined as “The coming together of inner and outer events in a way that cannot be explained by cause and effect and that is meaningful to the observer.” Think about the times in your life when highly improbable events have occurred. You might have been thinking about someone and the person called. (I had this happen this morning. I was in the kitchen thinking that I needed to get a product to someone and the personal called and asked about it.) Perhaps you have had the experience of saying the following to someone: “I was just getting ready to …” Maybe you have thought or said “Your timing is just perfect.” Maybe you didn’t want to go to an event and did so only to keep your promised and then something that you could not have planned for happened.
Yes, highly improbable events and they happen. Not only do they happen, but they do so more often than many of us can account for or notice. Synchronicities are the guideposts, the miracle happenings that bring us joy, reminding us that everything is connected. When you get on the right wavelength of that connection to reach your goals in life, synchronicity seem to guide you there more frequently and more quickly.
Perhaps we can engage our intuition through thoughts, prayer, and or meditation to guide or show us the synchronicities in our lives. Perhaps intuition can and does play a role in synchronicity. What do you think?