There are no accidents. A force that shapes our lives can be found in synchronicity. The web of life connects each one of us to everyone else. Therefore, the six degrees or less of separation. It is when we experience events of synchronicity that this concept of six degrees of separation makes so much sense, and lends itself to a convincing idea.
Have you thought about or become aware of synchronicity in this world we live in? Synchronicity is an experience of events which occur in a meaningful manner but which are casually unrelated. Often these seemingly chance occurrences may move our lives forward in some way.
Swiss psychologist Carl Jung coined the term “meaningful coincidence,” for the synchronistic events.
Merriam-Webster Dictionary defines coincidence as the occurrence of events that happen at the same time by accident but seem to have some connection.
Dr. Bernie Siegel, M.D., oncologist and author, describes coincidence as “God’s way of remaining anonymous.”
This whole idea that there are no accidents seems to be repeatedly verified for me, and for most people I know. How often have you said, “Oh, that was no accident.” I would imagine you’ve said it plenty of times, as I have. But maybe you’ve also heard, “That’s just a coincidence.”
Merriam-Webster Dictionary defines synchronicity as the coincidental occurrence of events and especially psychic events (as similar thoughts in widely separated persons or a mental image of an unexpected event before it happens) that seem related but are not explained by conventional mechanisms of causality—used especially in the psychology of C. G. Jung.
When synchronicity occurs it may be a telepathic communication, bringing guidance of some kind, or could be a message or information from the universe. When one comes to understand all energy and matter is interconnected, and one part affects another, then it is easy to know that the inner experience of synchronicity is a message that life is bigger than what is visible, bigger than cause and effect, and has a mystery while creating a kind of awe about the experience.
and do not let expectations hinder my path."
~His Holiness The Dalai Lama