There are no coincidences, everything has a meaning. The Universe
Empowering Yourself Through Synchronicityby Mackenzie Wright /psychicsuniverse.comWe all experience it occasionally. The old song you’ve been humming all morning unexpectedly plays when you turn on the radio. You think about an old friend you haven’t heard from for a while, and are surprised by a call. There is a pile of magazines in a waiting room, and you’re drawn to one— only to find it has a helpful article on a problem you’ve been having.There is a word for these kinds of events: synchronicity. And you can use it to your advantage.

What is Synchronicity?

Synchronicity is a term that was coined by psychologist Carl Jung, and it refers to seemingly unrelated events that occur together in a manner that is meaningful. Other terms for synchronicity are ‘meaningful coincidences’ and ‘incoincident’. They reveal an underlying pattern that is not accidental.

Jung proposed that the collective unconscious was the part of the human psyche that was linked through archetypal images. He believed synchronistic events were rooted in the collective unconscious.

How Can We Use Synchronicity to Benefit Our Lives?

If synchronicity is meaningful events contrived by the collective unconscious, then our conscious selves can receive the messages embedded in the events. These messages are meant to act as practical lessons— guidance from the higher self, which is the part of us that connects us to the universe and higher powers.

When you experience synchronicity, don’t shrug it off as chance. There is something to be learned, which means valuable wisdom is to be gained that will help you with your current situation.

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