Category Archives: synchronicity
Here’s the face of the March for Our Lives movement. This young woman’s powerful speech really says it all.
We’ve often noted that when shocking tragic events occur, there are related synchronicities and premonitions. That was again the case with the collapse on March 15 of a pedestrian bridge on the campus of Florida International University in Miami. One … Continue reading
Well, here we go again. Mercury in Aries turns retrograde today and travels back through that sign until it turns direct on April 15. The last retro we had was in December 2017 and the next one is in late … Continue reading
I recently drove to Orlando to spend some time with Megan and within the space of about 12 hours, experienced a number cluster of 10:10. The first one happened at my usual stop on the turnpike when I make this … Continue reading
Lauren Raine is an artist who lives in Tucson and her work is indescribably beautiful. It focuses on the Native American archetype of Spider Woman. She blogs about her work, archetypes, myth, and synchronicity. The image of hands at the … Continue reading
New moons are that time of month when the universe usually brings something to celebrate. New opportunities and relationships, new insights, emotions, and ideas. Doors open and, if we’re smart and adventurous, we walk through them. Tomorrow’s new moon at … Continue reading
“Deep in Honduras, in a region called La Mosquitia, lie some of the last unexplored places on earth.” That’s the first line of a non-fiction book, The Lost City of the Monkey God. It’s written by Douglas Preston, who is … Continue reading
In our book 7 Secrets of Synchronicity, the fourth secret is The Creative: that creativity lies at the heart of synchronicity. Creativity is like a wolf, howling at the moon. It surges up from somewhere deep within, you throw your … Continue reading
We don’t think we’ve ever written about synchronicity that combines the weather, politics and sex. But now we’ve got one. Starting with the weather, the week of March 5 has been a stormy one on the East Coast with the … Continue reading
You can listen here to our lively discussion with Bernard Beitman, MD, on his radio show Connecting with Coincidence. We recently experienced a cluster synchronicity involving Bernard Beitman, a visiting psychiatrist at the University of Virginia and author of Connecting … Continue reading
Name synchros are fun and usually grab our attention, particularly when the name is unusual. A little background on this one. Megan’s friend, Chelsea, is getting married in April. This weekend, she and her bridal party got together for a … Continue reading
Thanks to Sheila Joshi for sending this!