“That’s just a coincidence”, “there is nothing magical about it” or even “you’re imagining things!” – you must’ve heard any (or all of these) many times throughout your life. Every time something strange happened – a hunch or a sign that proved true – someone would try to dissuade you from considering it as anything other than a mere accident – serendipity at best. But is it really just accidental? Are all those little signs, all those little nudges in the right direction, all those warnings, nothing but a coincidence?
Not quite. In fact, it may be just the opposite. What many dismiss as nonsense may just as well be worth investigating. The name of the phenomenon is synchronicity. In the first half of the 20th century, Carl Jung was the first to mention it in the form of “meaningful coincidences.” Those more familiar with the spiritual arts, like your trusted Boston’s top psychic, will know that the concept is much older.
Is synchronicity a real thing?
While the debate is still raging on whether the idea has a basis in science, the evidence is mounting that synchronicity is indeed a legitimate concept – one that we may even be able to employ to our advantage. You must’ve experienced it many times before.
For the sake of argument, let’s assume you have recently developed a mild yet persistent obsession with hand fans. They are beautiful, they are feminine, and making and decorating them offers an excellent outlet for your creative potential. You would very much like to make them yourself in a professional capacity. But is this a viable option? Will you be any good at it? Will they sell? Or will it all just be a waste of time?
As you go about your daily business, suddenly, you start seeing hand fans everywhere. The lady on the train has one. The young man in the park is clutching one as he hurries to meet his girlfriend and offer it as a present to her. The old couple that just passed by is talking about the terrible summer heat. Could it possibly be a coincidence? Or is there more to it? Will you listen to the supposedly “rational” advice of others, dismiss the coincidence, or will you believe your inner voice?
How does synchronicity work?
Many mediums, clairvoyants, and healers – including your own Boston’s top psychic – will tell you that synchronicity is not something you can force. Having its roots in quantum theory (and thus being closely related to the Law of Attraction), it happens on its own – whether you want it to or not. It connects events that have no direct causal relationship into meaningfully related messages from the Divine.
These accidents by design, if you will – occur because everything in the Universe is innately interconnected. They are merely little sparks generated by the wheels of the Cosmos turning, little signs that you are on the correct path. If you have a will, the Divine will find a means to illuminate your way.
Some ways to invite synchronicity into your life
As with any other piece of knowledge – putting it to good use is what counts. So how do we do that with something as seemingly random as synchronicity? It’s actually much easier than you think! There are a few simple steps that can help you invite messages from the Divine into your life and truly benefit from them. The first step is to be open. The innate curiosity of a little child is perhaps your best guide. If you are able to maintain such a wide-eyed, honest approach, certain serendipities are more likely to occur.
Next, be sure to set your intention and shift your energy towards your goals. Dare to dream, let go, relax, and allow it to happen. The little signs will appear on their own. And when your dreams do indeed start coming true, don’t forget to be generous and uplift others in the same way that you have been uplifted. Boston’s top psychic advises you to always be kind and this will be returned to you many-fold.
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