Symbiosis and accidents
The sun, the moon, are powerful forces that have great effects on our systems and the worlds systems. We are born from the earth, therefore subject to the atoms in and around our bodies. We ARE nature. We ARE like little universes with magnetic qualities.
Scientists have recently found areas inside our bodies that APPEAR TO HAVE THE SAME QUALITIES AS BLACK HOLES IN THE UNIVERSE. Atoms in our bodies appear like planetary systems and have magnetic properties.
Therefore there are no such things such as ‘accidents’ because the attraction and repulsion of your internal and external forces will push and pull things toward or away from you. Who we meet, what bumps into us, even the thoughts we are having, are no ‘accidents’. Even if you can’t get this as absolutely true, responding (respon(d)sibility)to life in this way gives you more power!
Synchronicities are patterns that repeat in time . The word ‘synchronicity’ references the gears or wheels of time, though the actual concept of synchronicity cannot be scientifically proven. One can only record synchronicities as they occur and watch the patterns of behaviour that create them.
Synchronicity is a word coined by the Swiss psychologist Carl Jung to describe the temporally coincident occurrences of acausal events. It was a principle that he felt compassed his concept of the collective unconscious, in that it was descriptive of a governing dynamic that underlay the whole of human experience and history, social, emotional, psychological, and spiritual. Jung believed that many experiences perceived as coincidence were due not merely to chance, but instead potentially reflected the manifestation of coincident events or circumstances consequent to this governing dynamic. Jung spoke of synchronicity as being an “acausal connecting principle” (ie. a pattern of connection that is not explained by causality).
Jung believed the traditional notions of causality were incapable of explaining some of the more improbable forms of coincidence. Where it is plain, felt Jung, that 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.”
How does this work within the mind?
It has been said that every time you visit a memory it changes in some way. Whether you take that literally or not, visiting memories gives them a chance to have more association areas in your mind. The more associations you have then the more flexible you will be and therefore seemingly changed.
If what you are doing in life is learning, progressing and moving on with yourself, then whatever you choose to focus on gets more power, if it’s in line with your personal development.
Think of your body as a fantastic receiver and transmitter; as a magnetic device that connects with all things through energy. You are suffering with financial difficulties, yet money for basic expenses such as rent, food, and utilities, always manifests. You can begin to trust this. At first you thank the universe or god, then you realize you create this abundance. Or at least you realise that you set up the circumstances for manifestation to occur.
The seasons are always a good ‘map’ for how creation and symbiosis happen. After winter, spring can occur. But without winter, the land has not been cleared enough for anything new to happen. The resemblance of winter inside a human would be the ability to clean up old memories (the past) and create a clean slate for the future to be embraced through the present.
Accidents only can into play when the ‘garden’ has not been cleared – or needs to be urgently. Then the signpost of an accident would be “stop whatever you are doing and focus on what’s urgently needed now. Or at the very least, the metaphor would be that your focus has been clouded to the point of not seeing where you are going, like a steamed up windscreen of a car.
Therefore what we have is always synchronicity, either you get what you want – or you get what’s in the way. All towards the light of your purpose in life.
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