“I am open to the guidance of synchronicity, and do not let expectations hinder my path.” —Dalai Lama
When synchronicity is in play in our lives, it indicates that things are coming together in a way that is joyful, fun, and life-affirming. Though seemingly random, synchronicity moves you toward your goals. And the more you cultivate it, the more it shows up.
Carl Jung first identified synchronicity as “an acasual connecting principle . . . a meaningful coincidence of two or more events, where something other than probability of chance is involved.” Deepak Chopra describes synchronicity as “a conspiracy of probabilities that come together.”
However you relate to synchronicity in your life, it often comes about when you’ve set an intention for something you want to create, or when you’re actively engaged in taking action to achieve your goal.
In this post we’ll share some examples of synchronicity and ways to cultivate it so that you can create more of what you want in your life and work.