Friday, April 2, 2010

Great Syncronicity Blog & Book

"SYNCHRONICITY: the coming together of inner and outer events in a way that can't be explained by cause and effect and that is meaningful to the observer. Or: meaningful coincidences."
I wanted to introduce the work of new friends I've made in the Blogosphere, Rob and Trish MacGregor. They have a wonderful blog about synchronicity: http://ofscarabs.blogspot.com.
and have been collecting stories of synchronicity for a forthcoming book, 7 Secrets of Synchronicity: Your Guide to Finding Meaning in Coincidences Big and Small. (http://www.synchrosecrets.com) The book is scheduled to be published in August 2010.

"If you've found your way here, then it's likely you have experienced meaningful coincidences - what psychologist Carl Jung called synchronicity. Here, we explore the phenomenon in depth and invite all of you to participate. If you have synchronicity stories you would like to share, drop us a note at macs@synchrosecrets.com. "

4 comments:

Trish and Rob MacGregor said...

Thank you!

old pajamas said...

Lauren,

Thank you. I'll purchase the book when it becomes available. Best wishes, good health and happiness.....pajamas

Gail said...

I found Threads of the Spiderwoman researching my accelerated series of syncronistic events. I'm wondering 'why now?' Could be the cosmic activity since Blue Moon 2009 or that I'm finally ready but probably a combination of lots of stuff. Whatever, I'm having sooo much fun with it! Gail

Lauren said...

Hey, thanks. I find blogging such a great thing........although I'm not always sure that what I write is particularly coherant, blogging has actually been helping me to learn to be a better writer.

Syncronicity is at the heart of the metaphor of Spider Woman.....I think the MacGregors are entirely right in saying that the more you notice them, the more they occur. And also, loved their comment that syncronicities are often wonderfully funny and whimsical.

For my own part, I've always felt that Spider Woman had a great sense of humor.