You have probably heard about synchronicity, or maybe you are reading this article exactly because of a synchronicity bringing you here.
Synchronicity is a concept, first introduced by analytical psychologist Carl Jung, which holds that events are “meaningful coincidences” if they occur with no causal relationship yet seem to be meaningfully related. During his career, Jung furnished several different definitions of it. Jung defined synchronicity as an “acausal connecting (togetherness) principle,” “meaningful coincidence”, and “acausal parallelism.”
Synchronicities happen to all of us who are open to receive cosmic messages, to anyone who is tuned into their own truth and their own soul.
Our psyche picks up trillions of bits of information from the world around us but there are certain segments that capture our attention.
Consciously we might not be aware why some things show up, and why we start noticing these things, but there is a reason why our psyche wants you to see these signs.
That’s basically how synchronicities work, it’s your subconscious mind trying to get your attention or give you an answer you are consciously looking for.
9 Signs You Are Experiencing A Synchronicity:
1. You receive a phone call, random emails, or see people you haven’t seen for years, and right when you were thinking about him or her, they appeared in front of you.
2. Something is going to happen randomly to you, and this will help you when you truly have problems and need assistance.
3. You watch TV series or movies, you listen to a song, and while you do so, you feel as you watch or listen about your life.
4. Some strangers randomly talk with you about the exact problems you are dealing with.
5. The right individuals just show up simultaneously, you know they are the ones you need.
6. You get a reassuring message out of nowhere, radio host, billboard, movie tagline.
7. You see reoccurring of certain signs, symbols or repetition of number sequences such as 111, 222, 333.
8. You scroll through social media and pop into a meme or an article that reveals you the exact answers you need.
9. You meet a certain person at a random place and you feel there is something deep within them that you need to discover and that can help you.
Jung sums it up best by writing, “How are we to recognize acausal combinations of events, since it is obviously impossible to examine all chance happenings for their causality? The answer to this is that acausal events may be expected most readily where, on closer reflection, a causal connection appears to be inconceivable.”