Last night, I had so much fun presenting an informational, introductory workshop on the work of Dr. Joe Dispenza. It was an enlightening evening for me and I trust for those who attended. It stimulated great discussion and ideas for our personal expansion. Interestingly, and I didn’t know it months ago when we chose the date, but yesterday was also Joe Dispenza’s birthday. Call it Divine timing or a coincidence or whatever you want, it got me thinking about the idea of the idea of synchronicity.

Synchronicity is defined as “the simultaneous occurrence of events which appear significantly related but have no discernible causal connection. It 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.

Do you recognize synchronicity in your own life? I think that if we were more conscious and in-tuned and aligned with our intuition that we would recognize that pretty much everything that occurs in our life has synchronistic value. Synchronicity is just another word for demonstrations for our highest good. When we walk with intention and clarity and surrender our outcomes to the greater Mind that is ours to use, every step we take is met with answers, unfoldment that come in synchronistic moments. If we don’t recognize these moments, it must mean that we are too hung up in how we think things are supposed to happen.

How can we possibly be open to Divine answers to our life’s journey if we are constantly mentally plotting our next move and not opening up to what is right in front of us. Our prayer is already answered and we cannot see the answer because we are looking to see it in a specific way.

I believe in synchronicity as a Divine message that I am on the right path or that I perhaps need to turn in another direction. There is meaning all around us because it is coming from our own perceptions of life. We see from where we are in consciousness. The higher we raise our consciousness and surrender it to the Greater Part of us, the more we will see with new eyes that which might have been there all the time.

 I want to go back the definition for a moment: “the simultaneous occurrence of events which appear significantly related but have no discernible causal connection. There is nothing in our life that does not come from cause. We are always causing effect. Whatever we think is reflected back to us. “Life is a mirror that reflects back to the thinker what he reflects into it,” wrote Ernest Holmes. What could be more synchronistic than that. Our job is to become more conscious and use the power of choice to change that mirror reflection. We have a great tool. It is the power of our emotions. They will let us know when we are on track or when we get off track.

When we live by that deep feeling of gratitude and love and make our choices from that place, we will experience synchronicity at a higher level for awareness and higher level of demonstration. The Universe is for us not against us. The Intelligence within us is always paying attention to us. When we pay attention to it and allow it to work through us, there is nothing that we can not do. Everything we think in our life is creating the synchronicity we experience every day.

I trust you found this blog synchronistic. I guess it would have to be because you are reading it.

Love and Aloha,

Rev. Rita

2 thoughts on “Synchronicity

  1. Before I believed in all this stuff I read Joseph Jaworski’s 1996 book “Synchronicity”. It was a life-changer.

    Thank you for sharing what you believe. With love, Marian 303-995-3738

    Sent from my iphone


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