signs & synchronicities

The forefather of analytical psychology Carl Jung believed signs and synchronistic events come from the unconscous mind (our internal programming that holds a huge reservoir of feelings, thoughts, urges, and memories that are outside of our conscious awareness ) and collective unconscious (beliefs shared by all peoples) . Whatever your personal belief is, the Universe speaks a divine language, that of numbers, colour, shapes, energy and frequency in the form of patterns. What a beautiful reminder that the great, vast and all knowing Universe longs to communicate with us and through us, because we are (and this may sound tremendously self important) singular with of comprehending and expression information unique only to us. Ask, tune in and wait for some mind blowing, soul expanding communication to come your way!

PRACTICE

Deep Knowing

The Quiet Beauty in Nature

Detours, Delay and Frustrating Roadblocks

Through Flow & Alignment

Heightened Hearing upon First Waking

During Meditation and Ritual Practices

Scent Trigerring Memory or Emotion

Recognising Patterns in Dreams

Through Symptoms via your Physical Body

READ

SYNCHRONICITY: An Acausal Connecting Principle. (From Vol 8 of The Collected Works of C.G Jung)

Synchronicity reveals the meaningful connection between the subjective and objective world.

Carl Jung

LISTEN

TO JORDAN PETERSON OR VIEW HIS TEACHINGS ON JUNGIAN ARCHETYPES, MYTHOLOGY OR MAPS OF MEANING.

COMPARE

KAIROS – MYTHIC TIME & SYNCHRONICITY

The Greek words Chronos & Kairos, this guides us to an understanding of Logos & Mythos

The Wild Unknown Archetypes by Kim Krans

EXPAND FURTHER AND WATCH

RUN LOLA RUN a mesmerising synchronicity thriller about a heist gone wrong. Set in Berlin in 1998, the film goes above and beyond signs and synchronicities and touches on themes such as free will vs determinism, the role of chance in people’s lives, and random cause and effect relationships. During brief flash-forward sequences of still images, Lola’s fleeting interactions with bystanders are revealed to have surprising and drastic effects on their future lives, serving as concise illustrations of chaos theory’s butterfly effect, in which minor, seemingly inconsequential variations in any interaction can blossom into much wider results than is often realised.

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