Synchronicity Says So

There is no such thing as a coincidence. Circumstance continues to synchronise with all aspects of our existence; this includes our careers, loves, natures evolved beauty, and those apparently random successful and tragic scenarios that permanently impact our lives.

Trusting one’s instincts is of supreme value as we circumnavigate the thoroughfares and alleyways of contemporary living, when one views the patterns of life as kaleidoscopic in the face of change it gives an outward appearance of chaos; in fact, each new pattern shows how ordered and wondrously structured everything is, this is no coincidence.

Patterns of behaviour could mean that one visits a certain place in time regularly or one impulsively takes an action, either way the resultant effect will thus dictate ones current position to another. Y’know when you bump into a friend on the other side of the world and startle with “I can’t believe that we’ve bumped into each other, what a coincidence!”, that is what I call s-y-n-c-h-r-o-n-i-c-i-t-y. Y’know when you randomly meet that special new someone as you reach for the milk in the dairy section at Tesco, it’s called synchronicity. What about when you’ve been working hard on a project and feeling that success is miles away then you receive news of a potential job prospect, and get the job, that’s synchronicity.

I learned several years ago that there is no such thing as luck, luck is what happens to the individual that has prepared for the opportunity, it is only a matter of time and divine synchronisation that brings our fortunes forward.

Take the time to observe your own life’s patterns, you will soon discover that the facts given of coincidence, luck, destiny and fate are an orchestra of synchronicity playing to your life melody.

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