By Somali K Chakrabarti
Chance patterns fall in order
vibes converse beyond words,
raise the verve
‘Sum of its parts’
© Somali K Chakrabarti
The concept of Synchronicity , was first explained by Swiss psychologist Carl Jung as the occurrence of events that have no causal relations and yet appear to be meaningfully co-related.
Jung’s theory of Synchronicity suggests that coincidental or simultaneous occurrence of events, such as people and things appearing just at the right moment, or similar thoughts in widely separated persons may be more ‘meaningful’ than what they apparently appear to be. Synchronicity is a metaphysical concept, related to the unconscious awareness of life. The rules of cause and effect do not seem to apply to synchronistic events.
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