“The universe conspires to help the peaceful soul.”
Synchronicity and serendipity are seemingly magical events that appear at the most opportune time to aid a person. In fact, the definition of serendipity is: a “fortunate happenstance” or “pleasant surprise”.
Synchronicity is a concept, first explained by analytical psychologist Carl Jung, which holds that certain events are “meaningful coincidences” if they occur with no causal relationship yet seem to be meaningfully related.
MG and Henry tackle this super-fun topic and discuss what they believe may be the key elements that help to contribute to such fortunate happenstances in one’s life.
Henry begins with the cornerstone, essential trait that enables these pleasant, magical surprises, optimism!
Martin echoes Henry’s comments and suggest that the spark in many ways is knowing exactly what your intention is; that is what you want, what your target/goal is and where you want to go!
The universe it seems can only offer up these “pleasant surprises” when you know what it is your are going after!
MG and Henry talk about a few other things that seem to accelerate these instances of serendipity and even comments that certain activities seem to enhance their likelihood, including; journaling, tracking and writing down your goals for the day.?
Martin even brings up the RAS again and how a powerful element of The Habit Factor book came to be, due largely to pure Synchronicity!
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