8 thoughts on “ Synchronicity

  1. Such coincidences, here described by Thomas Ropp in the Arizona Republic, March 29,, are examples of synchronicity. The concept is linked to the psychology of Carl Jung. Jung didn't coin the word (the "simultaneousness" sense of "synchronicity" was already in use), but he gave it special importance in his writings.
  2. Sep 03,  · The term synchronicity (syn = with, chronos = time) was chosen by the psychotherapist Jung to describe the simultaneous occurrence of events (or coincidences) which apparently have no clear cause, but are deeply meaningful. Some would say that coincidences are random, but if we look carefully into our lives, we realize it is not so.
  3. Jan 22,  · From the creators of The Signal (Sundance ) comes Synchronicity, a mind-bending 'Sci-fi Noir' in the tradition of Dark City, Blade Runner, and Alphaville. When physicist Jim Beale invents a machine that can fold space-time, a rare Dahlia appears from the future/10(K).
  4. Dec 19,  · A synchronicity is a coincidence that has an analog in the psyche, and depending on how you understand it, it can inform you, primarily through intuition and emotion, how near or far .
  5. May 13,  · Synchronicity is a string of events that seem to be highly symbolic and meaningful in nature. If serendipity is like the bread crumb, synchronicity is the trail that leads us toward a new destination. Many people see synchronicity as a lesson, affirmation, or message from Life. One example of synchronicity is hearing the same name over and over.
  6. Synchronicity is an unlikely or impossible coincidence that cannot be explained by luck or chance. It is also a prophecy, a predictor of the future. When you are in sync with the “thing” that you want, you are much more likely to meet that “thing.” That is why similar people always seem to meet; they are tuned to the same frequency.
  7. Synchronicity has been proposed as a corollary phenomenon of the many-worlds or parallel universes theory of quantum physics, in that the subject is somehow 'navigating' to those particular alternate worlds that are correlated to their past history, among the myriad possible other worlds that are not as correlated to their past history.
  8. Jan 24,  · Synchronicity is a term that came into popular use by Swiss psychotherapist Carl Jung. He experienced “meaningful coincidences” where two or more signs that occurred randomly were also connected by meaning (not by cause) in both his life and during sessions with clients.

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