The Synchronicity Construct

Defined by Carl Jung as “a meaningful coincidence of two or more events, where something other than the probability of chance is involved” synchronicity as a construct is beautiful in its capacity to delight.

It is an ideal, a theory not based on any empirical evidence that I am aware of.

There is a creative flow that attaches when synchronicity occurs. Some may argue that it attaches because one is in a creative flow state.

I cannot say that I fully understand what it is or why or how or when it happens. Each person has personal stories of synchronicity. I, for one, have a few.

Tapping into and unleashing the creative intelligence inherent in all of us is an ideal, a dream for me, which I sometimes reach.

I know that synchronicity, as I have experienced it, is a lack of stress, control and resistance. It is freedom that comes from the depths of the, as yet, untapped part of the intelligence of us and the unstoppable creative force of the universe.

WordPress one-word prompt – Construct.

Carl Jung’s reference from the book, “Synchronicity: An Acausal Connecting Principle”


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