Tuesday, February 27, 2007

Even More Synchronicity from Today, February 27, 2007

OK, I give. It's an obsession. I'm not hurting anyone, am I? I'm just wondering how many people out there on planet earth are also addicted to synchronicity, or even possibly addicted to dreaming. I've been journaling dreams since 1999, when I was 20 years old. My relationship with synchronicity started when I was about 26. At the time, I noticed strange coincidences happening to me, but I didn't know what they were, until someone I knew on the internet told me it was called synchronicity. Ever since, I've been delighted by them. At this current phase of the year 2007, I seem to be cycling yet again towards a peak - meaning, I'm experiencing them at quite an uncanny rate.

Yesterday, I was driving home from work. I was behind an SUV that had two decals on its rear window. One said, "I love my shi tzu." The other said, "I love my bull terrier." I thought about the joke I heard a couple years ago, "What do you get when you mix a shi tzu with a bulldog? Bullshit." Today, my college-buddy and good friend sent me an email. The email said, "If you mated a bulldog with a shitzu, would it be called bullshit?"


Leighton Cooke said...

Synchronicity is like a window to the wider vision of the cosmos. Its power lies in personal revelation, like an elixir.

Puzzled Woeman said...

It seems, once they start rapidly occuring, it's like the windows to the cosmos have been thrown open and the wind blasts into the "house".

Leighton Cooke said...

That's the time to try simple breathing meditation and non-conceptual awareness.

Puzzled Woeman said...

Non-conceptual awareness - I have not tried this before. Does this mean clearing the thoughts during meditation?

You make a good point. It's been a long time since I've meditated.