Synchromysticism

" Synchromysticism:
The art of realizing meaningful coincidence in the seemingly mundane with mystical or esoteric significance."

- Jake Kotze

July 11, 2012

King Uke's Tribal Illusions - Part II: Birdman

Bird Man
This is a follow up, or continuation of the King Uke's Tribal Illusions post, as I thought this picture above deserved it's own post and I was going to write about my love of Shamanism, but for some reason I just couldn't get my thoughts together on what I wanted to write using the King's magnificent picture of the Birdman, so I just left it to sit in the drafting stage, until I had something say about Shamanism that was worth writing about, instead of trying to force a story out...which I don't like doing.
Well now, synchronicity has given me one to post.
I was reading this syncro story that was posted at Synchrosecrets;
Stephanie’s Hummingbird
which I had originally read at Hidden Experience;
Hummingbird Synchronicity
about hummingbirds and  Shamanism that involved the reading of the book pictured below.
I made a comment about a Sandra Ingerman You Tube I had watched after reading her book on Shamanic Drumming at the Synchrosecrets site;
"I've never seen a hummingbird in real life, but I remember watching this You Tube;
 
Shamanic Training Tip Shamanic Journeying Sandra Ingerman
of Sandra Ingerman giving a talk near her big glass windows and near the end of the video (about 4:20 minute mark) the camera pulls back to show birds feeding at the bird feeders outside in the snow.
At first I thought they were hummingbirds, but surely they are more of a tropical bird.
Whatever bird they were, it was fun seeing them in the background flying around at the bird feeders."
 About five minutes after posting that comment I get an e-mail with the subject heading;
"Subject: Defend Yourself Like a Shaman"
from this website;
then I get another e-mail with this article in the body of it;
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I think the universe is trying to tell me something here ;- )

Walking the Jellyfish by King Uke
This picture is still my favourite one of yours though King Uke.

6 comments:

Mike Perry said...

I think the universe is always trying to tell us something but we don't always listen - though you seemed to be well tuned in!

Foxi said...

Dear Briz,

in my latest blogpost "107 Silvertongues" i have included my ideas and syncs about the red dog.
maybe you find something inspiring there.
It's in german, but there's a translation tool.

Greets

Brizdaz (Darren) said...

Thanks Foxi,
I'll read it tonight when I get home from prison
...I mean work.-)

Trish and Rob MacGregor said...

Definitely tuned in. That jelly fish bears an uncanny resemblance to our dolphin/epcot post today. That ingerman tape, by the way, is the one rob uses in his meditation classes. I have found it to be incredibly powerful.

Trish and Rob MacGregor said...

Oops, where'd my comment go? OK, try again, here. That jellyfish image looks like a photo on our blog today of a jellyfish at Epcot. That Ingerman tape is one Rob uses in his meditation course and it's powerful.

Brizdaz (Darren) said...

I remember a post on your blog months ago where Rob was talking about using a CD in his class of Shamanic Drumming and I mentioned I had just received Ingerman's book on Shamanic Drumming and it came with a CD in the back of the book,and then he replied that it was the exact same CD he was using in his class!?