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

- Jake Kotze

March 22, 2021

What is SynchroMysticism?

What is Synchronicity David Strabala?
An elephant umbrella in the room?-)
I was listening to the latest The Mystical Underground Podcast featuring David Strabala discussing his film
'What Is Synchronicity?' and Trish makes a comment around the 42 minute mark about Jung seeing synchronicity as an umbrella for psychic experiences, telepathy, clairvoyance, precognition, and then says, but Dean Radin suggests that mysticism, the connection between the mind and the universe, is the umbrella and that psychic phenomena and synchronicity are part of it.
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The expression "the elephant in the room" or "the elephant in the living room" is a metaphorical idiom in English for an important or enormous topic, question, or controversial issue that is obvious or that everyone knows about but no one mentions or wants to discuss because it makes at least some of them comfortable and is personally, socially, or politically embarrassing, controversial, inflammatory, or dangerous.
It is based on the idea/thought that something as conspicuous as an elephant can appear to be overlooked in codified social interactions and that the sociology/psychology of repression also operates on the macro scale.
Various languages across the world have words that describe similar concepts.
I don't know about you, but I think David Strabala is on the right track when it comes to just what "synchronicity" and synchromysticism is all about:-)
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  1. Just today I was reading about elephants being buried in Sydney

    Will give Strabala a listen, sounds ideal...

    1. "The body of Princess Alice still lies buried in the backyard of the grand home, and has even been spruiked as a selling point for curious buyers." :-)
      I don't think I would even be comfortable living next door to Alice :-)