We’re continuing with our theme of synchronicity this month because it’s a very powerful concept and tool to help you navigate life with more flow and create what you want out of life. It helps you create the life of your dreams, whether that’s a beautiful soul mate or a wonderful innovative company.
Carl Jung defined synchronicity as “the acausal connection between two or more seemingly unrelated events.”
For instance, you’ve been thinking about a friend you haven’t seen in six months and then suddenly, you run into her in the grocery store. Or, your washing machine breaks and you need to buy a new one. Out of the blue, your neighbor says, “I’m getting a new washing machine and need to get rid of my old one. Any chance you want it?” What I want you to learn from this is that things you need can literally fall into your lap. You don’t have to plan it or agonize over it It can just come to you. And that’s one way synchronicity shows up in life.
Synchronicity works because we are part of a collective unconscious. What you believe draws people and situations to you. Therefore, for synchronicity to flow the best it’s important for you to know who you are and what you believe – what defines you.
When you define what you value, it’s easier to connect via synchronicity with the groups you resonate with.
One of the problems of not being able to create what you want is not being clear on who you are, meaning:
What defines you?
What is important to you?
What do you value?
For instance, if you want to create an empire of real estate properties to manage for residual income, but you also value freedom and the ability to travel at the drop of a hat – your subconscious probably is going to feel stuck on creating that because you managing properties means you have to be around at a moment’s notice if your tenants’ toilet clogs or the water heater breaks. So to create both, you need a solution – how do I keep my ability to travel yet have residual income from real estate?
One value that’s important to you is the belief “I value freedom” and on the other side “I value residual income” If those two values clash, synchronicity will have a hard time activating in your field. So you have to visualize a third concept that acts as a bridge between the two values – “I can have someone manage the property so I can still get residual income and travel at the same time.” Just because you have two conflicting value sets doesn’t mean that synchronicity can’t happen. You just have to find a bridge to connect the two!
How has synchronicity shown up in your life recently? Comment below and let us know!