Synchronicity on film

Well worth the eight and a half minutes. Enjoy!


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  1. gypsy says:

    oh, and totally unrelated here – but on your alcatraz post and the new series – i KNEW better – i really did – and i did it anyway – i watched several episodes last night just before going to bed – now – i ask you – would anyone in their right mind do that KNOWing as i did the certain consequences – so – yes – there i am the entire night being chased by prisoners on the loose – inside the dark prison and outside the prison – and of course, when i finally am able to call 911 on my dream cell phone, the dispatcher has NO idea of the street address i give him where i’m being held! and on it goes…..till daylight…ok – that was my dream rant… 😉

  2. gypsy says:

    oh, i LOVED northern exposures and never missed it! how wonderful to see again that questioning mind of this character whom i so loved – fascinating as always to think of all the many possibilities involved in terms of synchronicity – great little video!

    • Rob and Trish says:

      How come they don’t show this one inn schools??

      • Schools aren’t interested in filling the mind of youth with awe and wonder and a sense of the sacredness. They want to conform children around our politico-economical system of mass consumerism and the pursuit of material wealth and leadership.

        I have seen the Field of Dreams clips before on my DVD of the film. Interesting that the author of the book had named his novel “Dreamfield” and didn’t even like the published name “Shoeless Joe” and the movie version was named “Field of Dreams” before they even knew about the author’s original title. Now that’s synchronicity!

  3. Darren B says:

    This is a great video you posted.In fact,most of it is off the special features on
    “The Field of Dreams” DVD,which I highly recommend viewing for anybody interested in synchronicity.
    Speaking of synchronicity,I was just about to post a You Tube of a talk
    Micheal Talbot (author of “The Holographic Universe”) had done ,on my own blog,but when I checked my Dashboard, Mike Clelland had already posted it on his site 1 hour before.So,I didn’t bother posting the clip,since it was up on his site,anyway.

    Pretty weird,since neither of us knew the other was going to post it.
    Mike has some great posts up this week…he even has a great audio interview with Bashar which is really quite good,no matter what people may think of channelers.

    I’d like to think I had a part to play here,as I made a comment to him that I would like to hear him in an audio conversation with Darryl Anka.
    I was curious to hear Darryl after reading Kim Carlsberg’s book,
    “Beyond My Wildest Dreams”,which Darryl had done illustrations for.

    • Rob and Trish says:

      Will have to check out the links. I love Talbott’s work. Didn’t know he’d done an audio! Thanks, Daz!

  4. It is the co-creation of synchronicity that is so confounding. Sometimes it seems like our own thought or action caused something to occur. I was worrying about my far away friend with cancer whom I hadn’t heard from in months and she wrote a note the next day. But sometimes it seems like we are tapping into a larger collective of events already in motion. I went to bed thinking about inventing something then in the morning I hear on the radio that someone has just created this thing in a different way than I imagined. This stream of consciousness can be frighteningly swift.

    • Rob and Trish says:

      Good ones! Is it precognitive? Or do we all tap in to this collective soup constantly?

    • The concept of the collective unconsious is seductive to plug in here. However I think a more naturalistic concept that makes better sense of the odd co incidental simultaneity of the appearance of new creations is that of the collective consciousness. Gibbs A. Williams Ph.D

  5. lauren raine says:

    Lovely! thanks!

    Not related, but I wanted to share this info about strange sounds people have been hearing in various places of the world. The site below is normally about environmental issues:

    • Rob and Trish says:

      have been reading about these sounds on other blogs.Thanks for the link. Fascinating stuff, wonder what the heck it means?

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