I have been reading “Unexpected Miracles -The Gift of Synchronicity and How to Open It” by David Richo.
From Chapter 1:
What is synchronicity?
Synchronicity is the phenomenon of meaningful coincidence. It is a resemblance, concurrence, correspondence, or connection between something going on outside of us and something happening inside of us.
I am not criticizing the book at all. I am always enlightened by Mr. Richo’s work. But that definition seems a little complicated to me. My definition of synchronicity is when you are ready to move forward in your personal evolution, situations and events will appear with no effort on your part.
You can’t rush anything, you can only keep moving in your personal evolution and be open to the marvelous coincidences that arrive.
And be willing to move forward no matter where it leads.
Sounds good to me.
Thank you Mr. Richo for your contribution to my personal evolution.
Once you decide, really, really decide on what you want synchronicity sets in. Doors will open, opportunities will appear and your decision to decide on what you really want will have become a reality.
Easy to say, easy to understand but so hard to decide. The culprit to deciding is distractions. It’s quite normal to have your attention on what you are doing at any given moment. For example, when driving. If you are not focused on your driving you may have an accident. But what about all those ideas in your head, the things you want to do and say and experience.
Here’s a very simple way of accomplishing those things you want to do and say and experience in three easy steps.
Step 1. Write a list of any and everything you want in any area of your interest. Nothing is off limits. Write everything down. Refer to it frequently.
Step 2. Pick one thing and do it. Just one thing. Do this one thing from start to finish. At this point it’s easy to get carried away categorizing. Resist the urge to do that. Just do one thing in the beginning. As you feel more able to do more then do it. The idea here is to not be overwhelmed by all the stuff you want to do.
Step 3. Give yourself credit for doing just one thing on your list. Check off what you have done and move to the next. At this point you can add more or delete what is not really that important.
Maybe there’s really big stuff you want to do. If it’s seems too much then break it down to steps.
Don’t give up. There will always be distractions and waves of winding paths. But that’s life and its constant changing occurrences. You are in this life to DO, to SAY, to EXPERIENCE.
So Just Do It.