All that we experience in our lives is by design. There are no accidents or coincidences, just synchronistic wheels, the wheels of time or karma, wheels within wheels, sacred geometry, and the evolution of consciousness in the alchemy of time.
Not all synchronicities are necessarily viewed as positive experiences. Many times they are designed to create a lesson or series of lessons in which we need to subconsciously and/or consciously work through. An example would be attracting a lover through synchronicity only to discover that the person is wrong for you. You may think that this person represents the road you should take at that given moment in time, which is not always the case. But with these negative synchronicities there is always a positive learning experience to grow from.
Your soul is always working to create new experiences for you. If you pay attention to how you move through life, you will understand how synchronicity works. The higher and clearer your vibration and intent, the faster you manifest synchronicities.
Examples of Synchronicity:
- You are experiencing financial difficulties but money for basic expenses such as rent, utilities, food, etc., always manifest. You have come to trust this.
- You go to the bookstore, not looking for any book in particular, and one just pops out at you like it is screaming your name. You pick it up and open it right to a page that has an answer you were looking for.
- Your unemployment is running out and suddenly job offers are coming in.
- You feel a strong desire to move to another place and you don't understand why. Then you begin to see the synchronicities such as, the energies of the area hold something transformational for you, which is more than likely the reason your soul created the move in the first place.
- You drive to a place where the parking is always congested and suddenly someone pulls out of an ideal parking spot.
Jung believed the traditional notions of causality were incapable of explaining some of the more improbable forms of coincidence. Jung felt that where it was plain, no causal connection can be demonstrated between two events, but where a meaningful relationship nevertheless exists between them, a wholly different type of principle is likely to be operating. Jung called this principle 'synchronicity.'
Since the theory of synchronicity is not testable according to the classical scientific method, it is not widely regarded as scientific. Probability theory can attempt to explain events, however, the correct variables required for actually computing the probability cannot be found. This is not to say that synchronicity is not a good model for describing a certain kind of human experience. According to scientific methods, it is a reason for the refusal of the idea that synchronicity should be considered an actual existing principle of our universe.
A synchronistic event can appear just like another meaningless 'random' event to anyone else without the unique prior history which correlates to the event. This reasoning claims that the principle of synchronicity raises the question of the subjectivity of significance and meaning in the sequence of natural events.
Synchronicity has been proposed as a natural consequence phenomenon of the many-worlds or parallel universes theory of quantum physics. The subject is somehow 'navigating' to those particular alternate worlds that are correlated to their past history among the very diverse possible other worlds that do not have a relationship to their past history. Although this idea has made it into the popular press, it is considered pseudoscience by most scientists as the parallel universe theory states that all possible futures exist simultaneously; therefore the subject indeed lives out all possible futures in parallel.