A psychologist on synchronicity

Australian psychotherapist and newspaper columnist Chris Mackey takes an interesting look at synchronicity as he looks at the changes taking place among psychologists. It’s a good article for people on the fence or those who don’t yet recognize synchros.

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6 Responses to A psychologist on synchronicity

  1. Darren B says:

    I wrote a post titled ‘Destination Happiness and the Cosmic Prankster?’ on my blog about the book launch date of Chris Mackey’s new book and the new IT film.
    You can read that post here where there is also a You Tube of Chris giving his talk at Watkins Books on September 6th this year –

  2. Sheila Joshi says:

    Chris Mackey is right on. Interesting about Watkins Books / Publishers in London. I’ve never heard of them. Have you had any dealings with them, Trish?

  3. Adele says:

    Synchronicities HAPPEN. People who are unable to experience them, for what ever reason, denial, a closed mind, lack of imagination, what ever, are like those who have some sense missing, like being blind or lack of sense of smell, or hearing, etc. The synchronicity deniers live a life deprived but then we can’t feel sorry for them if they don’t know that. They are like someone I know who never remembers a dream and has no clue about the richness of information revealed in them. Maybe these people belong in the special needs group.