We have all at some point in our lives experienced such an unlikely coincidence that we could only believe in "something magical" as if there was a link between events, people or information through "invisible threads".
You have probably already read in a book or an ad, the answer to this question that you have been asking yourself over and over again for some time... Or you have called a person and that's just when he or she calls you! Or you found the right person just when you needed them.
This is not a coincidence even though most people are used to using this term to explain that "chance does things right". In fact, it's called synchronicity, one of the most enigmatic and surprising aspects of this universe.This is not a coincidence even though most people are used to using this term to explain that "chance does things right". In fact, it's called synchronicity, one of the most enigmatic and surprising aspects of this universe.
What is synchronicity?
It was the psychologist Carl G. Jung who coined the term synchronicity, referring to "the simultaneity of two events linked by meaning but not by cause", as the union of internal and external events in a way that cannot be explained.
Jung came to the conclusion that there is an intimate link between the individual and his environment, which at certain moments exerts an attraction that ends up creating identical circumstances, with a specific value for the people who experience it. It is this type of event that we usually attribute to chance, luck or even magic, depending on the perspectives we have.
Synchronicity often happens in our lives when we least expect it, but at the exact moment we need it. We sometimes change the direction of our lives as a result of this synchronicity.
The more attentive we are to our environment, the more likely it is that synchronicity will occur around us, or at least that we will pay attention to small conversations, radio songs or commercials, for example, or seemingly "chance" encounters.
You just need to be present and less "lost in thought".
If we allow circumstances to pass without trying to force anything, guided by a receptive and open attitude, then we open ourselves to the "magic" that the experience of synchronicity offers. If we know how to listen to them, synchronicity can become a good guide for our lives.
Meditation is certainly the practice that will allow you to become most aware of synchronicity because it can help you to calm your thoughts, elevate your perception of the world and develop your intuition.
Many stones can also help you feel more connected to the Universe around you and help you raise your consciousness. For example, the Amethyst stone or Lapis Lazuli can help you a lot.