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

- Jake Kotze

August 12, 2013

Imaginary Friends?

I was just reading a book on shamanism and it stated,
"A recent poll has revealed that as children, as many as 61% of us received great comfort and support by communicating with imaginary friends - loving and caring beings who came through from the worlds of things hidden to be our companions."
I don't ever remember an imaginary friend, even if I do talk to myself a lot (I might be a figment of my own imagination?-).
I was wondering just how many here will confess to having an imaginary friend as a kid ... and maybe wearing a #42 on their t-shirt, as well?-)


  1. Our daughter had an imaginary friend named Darla. That book, by the way, is on top of a stack of books next to my desk.

  2. @Trish
    It's a good book,too.
    I'm nearly finished it.

  3. @Trish
    And I just realized that I've got the drumming CD from the book playing in the background now.

  4. No imaginary friend I'm afraid. But I do wonder who I am and who is that 'person' who is watching me when I do things ...