Jun 142013

After sharing my last video How to Interpret Synchronicity Experiences, a viewer asked me:

“How can you tell the difference between what’s just a coincidence and a synchronicity experience?

That is a great question!

I heard from several people that had never heard of synchronicity experiences before watching my video…

It makes sense that if you’d like to start noticing synchronicity experiences in your life, you want to be able to notice what makes a coincidence special and meaningful. You want to start paying attention ;)

In this video, I explain the difference between a coincidence and a synchronicity and give an example of each.

When you start paying attention to synchronicity experiences, you gain valuable information about what is going on within your psyche. You may also notice a message or pattern in your synchronicity experiences over time.

This can help you get better clarity about what you want, what you’re conflicted about, and help you make otherwise difficult decisions more easily.

Leave a comment below if you have a synchronicity you would like to share (I love hearing these!).

Also, if you have any further questions about this topic, please leave those here as well!

If you’d like to read more about my own synchronicity experiences, check out these articles:

The Synchronicity Diaries: Entry #1

How to Create Synchronicity

I hope you begin noticing your synchronicity experiences as enjoyable works of art– as I do mine! :)

  9 Responses to “What is the Difference Between a Coincidence and a Synchronicity Experience?”

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  2. [...] 11) Intuitive: You are more intuitive than most, which means you pick up and work through information in a semiconscious or unconscious way. You “just know” without realizing how and are more likely to have had powerful synchronicity experiences. [...]

  3. Right on…this is a great way to differentiate the two experiences! Love it.

  4. Wow–that’s an amazing one! Thank you for sharing that. Glad that even though you guys had an accident, it all worked out okay for everyone.

    Okay I’ll share the coolest one that happened to me recently… I got invited to Cirque du Soleil (which I went to see last night). The morning after I got invited about two weeks ago, I told my Mom and was thinking about the first time I saw Cirque du Soleil in 2008. I was remembering that weekend in Las Vegas and the people I was with and how I had met some of the cast. Meanwhile there was a real estate reality show on TV, and I noticed at that exact moment that one of the realtors on the show was one of the people I went to see Cirque du Soleil with that weekend!

    • amazing…it’s a small world, eh?
      Think back to high school…my whole life is a synchronicity! Remember what things were like then…? They were barely starting, still half-shrouded in fantasy,…then everything I had wondered about/experienced became real…in a good way! but sometimes still bad.
      there is a God! or some kind of force,….you can feel it…..yes!

      • Yeah we had a lot of them! I remember when I met you we both had blonde hair, overgrown bangs, blue eyes and lived in brick, white, and green houses…and both wore flannel, concert tee-shirts and crossesl! :)

  5. I once was listening to that song by the Beatles, where they sing…”Mother superior jumped the gun” while I was passing a historic cannon in our town. Suddenly my car was crashed into by a nun’s car! The car, which had been wrecked before, had a door that did not open…the nun hit it in the same place, and after the wreck the door would open again…the car didn’t look any worse, and I got $1,700 from the wreck during a very hard time in my life. To me, synchronicities are my proof of God! And yes, neither I nor the nun were hurt…we both had great insurance, too.

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