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

- Jake Kotze

November 24, 2013


I've started reading Penney Peirce's book Frequency, which was named after the movie she saw the day her father passed away, unbeknownst to her on the day.
He was found in his armchair four days later according to Penney.
The book is also about personal frequencies and universal frequencies.

"Because we see the world from a physical perspective, we often don't notice what's right in front of us — that our spirit, thoughts, emotions, and body are all made of energy. 
Inside us and everywhere around us, life is vibrating. 
In fact, each of us has a personal vibration that accurately communicates who we are to the world and helps shape our reality. 
Frequency shows readers how to feel their personal vibration, improve it, and use it to shift their life from ordinary to extraordinary. 
A simple shift in frequency can change depression to peace, anger to stillness, and fear to enthusiasm. 
Weaving together basic ideas from quantum physics with proven intuition development techniques, Frequency takes readers into deeper concepts only hinted at in recent popular books and DVD's featuring the Law of Attraction
By learning to refine the "conscious sensitivity" of their body, readers can improve relationships, find upscale solutions to problems, and materialize a life that contains everything they want and need to live their destiny. 
Frequency gives readers a reassuring, step-by-step roadmap into a positive state of awareness that Peirce calls The Intuition Age
By learning to use "frequency principles" — methods based on the way energy actually functions — readers can keep their energy level high and productive, receive subtle information directly from the environment via "empathic resonance," and quickly free themselves from negative or low "vibrations." "
Frequency: The Power of Personal Vibration
I'm only a little under half way through the book, so it's a bit early to comment on it yet.
I'll update this post when I finish it.  
I'm up to page 79 and have to say I'm finding it a bit of a slog so far,
not like Penney's last book The Intuitive Way.
I hope it picks up as I go along, because so far I don't feel like I've picked up anything new.