Synchromysticism

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

- Jake Kotze

August 31, 2012

Live In Space, Not Time



 I'm a subscriber to an Australian magazine called Veritas Magazine, which I find has some really good articles within it's pages.
 I generally take magazines like these to work and read them in my breaks, since I usually read novels and the like at home.
Yesterday I was reading the above article, 
Things I've Learned from the Spiritual Masters 
written by Dr. Steve McSwain.
 
I got to the part of the article called Live in Space, Not Time  
(see above photo) where Dr.McSwain asks,  
"What is it that comprises most of what is around you and me?"
And being piped over the store PA system was Whitney Houston's song I Have Nothing.
And it got to the part where she sings the word Nothing three times in succession...which just happened to be the answer to Dr. McSwain's question that I was reading at that exact moment.
It was a complete dovetailing of the two different events.
I had just read the question, and Whitney supplied the answer, not once, but three times, to ram home, it seems, the message to me.
There was also an article by James Redfield, and while I'm not a big fan of his books he does play a significant synchronistic role in my life for some reason.
“The Twelfth Insight”?
So, it was interesting that James had an article in a magazine that would deliver me a great unforgettable sync.
I thought that it was also interesting that Dr. McSwain was the designer of a pendant that I greatly admire and that I have wanted to buy for some time, but have never gotten around to.

3 comments:

King Uke said...

39.95!!! No wonder you haven't gotten around to it!!

Brizdaz (Darren) said...

And that's the main reason,too.
Every now and then they reduce them to half price,
that's what I'm waiting for.
But don't forget that the price includes a chain and postage.-)
But I wouldn't wear it anyway.
I'd probably hang it off my car's rear view mirror or near my computer,or on the wall,rather than around my neck.

Trish and Rob MacGregor said...

Daz, it's time for you to figure out how to live outside of what you're doing now. That's the message, at least, from my weirded out corner of the universe.