Category Archives: travel

A Travel Synchro

a storefront in Winslow, Arizona Lauren Raines is an artist who lives in Arizona and is now headed east for the summer. She’s documenting the trip on her blog, Threads of the Spiderwoman,   Since travel is conducive to synchronicity, Lauren … Continue reading

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A Synchro Encounter on the Road

  Traveling is a great time to experience synchronicities. When you venture forth on a journey, a trek that takes you out of your normal routines and concerns, your consciousness has greater freedom to explore. Your comfort zones are gone, … Continue reading

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Synchro Voices

One of the things we like about blogging on synchronicity is that our posts sometimes remind readers of some of their best synchros, and they relate them to us, either through e-mail or as a comment.  One recent day we … Continue reading

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Before You Hit the Road

This story comes from our friend, Melissa. She used to live down the street from us and babysat Megan on a few occasions. She now lives in NY with her husband, Jon, and has been jotting down her synchros. This … Continue reading

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The Ghost of the Royal Caribbean

This evening I went next door to ask our neighbors – the identical twins – if they could watch Noah and feed our cats for two nights while we’re out of town. I mentioned that we had gotten the cover … Continue reading

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Journey to Egypt

  Jane Clifford of Wales tells us that she’s headed to Egypt in late April, right after Mercury goes direct. Here’s how the trip materialized for her. It seems that it was triggered from the other side. +++ Why Egypt? … Continue reading

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Message from the Church Billboard

Picasso, certainly a trickster artist! This uplifting synchro comes from Thomas Nash, who contacted us because of the Dreamland interview. It smacks of a mischievous trickster story, but is also a result of Thomas’ search for a synchro. Intention? It … Continue reading

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The Nebraska Trip

This story comes from Lauren at Threads of the Spiderwoman. We read it on her blog and loved it. You’ll see! +++ I ran across this story in my files, and felt like sharing it. In 2005 I was driving … Continue reading

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The first time we visited San Francisco, as a family, we didn’t make it to the Alcatraz tour. The line went on for several blocks and none of us had the patience to wait around. We had too many other … Continue reading

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Venice of the East

Healing Mudras, who lives in Bangkok, sent us this synchro and it’s a good one, a confirmation of some decisions she has made recently. +++ Bangkok is a city of canals. Most of them are not for navigation anymore. One … Continue reading

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The Ghost and the Straight Pins

        Castillo de San Marcos, St. Augustine, Fl  For Carl Jung, spirit contact fell under the larger umbrella of synchronicity. Jung had several experiences himself with spirits, which he recounts in his autobiography. I’ve always wondered, though, what he would … Continue reading

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The Geography of Resilience

Travel, whether it’s far flung or local, is usually a fertile environment for synchronicity.  Sometimes the synchros are obvious. But other times you have to dig beneath the surface and view your environment with a new perspective, new eyes. It’s … Continue reading

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The Sparrow Hawks of Aruba

Aruba’s desert is a desolate place, filled with all the stuff you expect to find in deserts – cactuses, arid land, mysterious culverts that hold water, plants that have adapted to the lack of water, and critters that call the … Continue reading

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