Synchronicity – The Kiss of Life

“Contrary to the kiss of death, which implies failure and doom, synchronicity
is the kiss of life, for it is the mark of a fortuitous moment that pervades the
soul with a sense of interconnected belonging and cosmic purpose.”

Synchronicity can be defined as the simultaneous occurrence of events that appear meaningful and/or significantly related but have no causal connection as such. Just about all of us have experienced it at one time or another. They often leave us with a feeling that things are as they ought to be. That there is a greater intelligence at play in the universe in which we are part and parcel with. Even though our critical side may play the phenomena down to mere chance, some of these encounters are too significant to rationally explain away. Conversely, the associated video helps to make very good sense of the concept. In fact it provides an eloquent rendition of synchronicity, paired with images that seem to warmly light up the way for a more lush and colourful apprehension of its nature.

Love & light,




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9 Responses to Synchronicity – The Kiss of Life

  1. inesephoto says:

    I don’t believe in chances, accidents, coincidences – all this kind of thing. I think that everything is either somebody’s choice, or the law of universe. It is not always obvious because the source(reason) and occurrence cannot always be found beside each other in the plain view :).

  2. zennfish says:

    Loved it! It was well-articulated. The order in the chaos, the sensitivity and appreciation and alertness to life and our experiences, and how they most often occur in times of transition – which has been my personal experience. It makes me feel like I am in a relationship with the universe and that I don’t exist in isolation.

    • Thank you for your wonderful feedback! Care to share your most meaningful coincidence?

      • zennfish says:

        Most often it is running into the right books that i need to read for a project i am working on. But there have been many more.In one instance, I was thinking about writing stories for kids and received an email exactly then with the subject line asking ‘Do you want to write for children?’ I need to start taking notes 🙂

      • Beautiful moments indeed; thank you for sharing them with me! On this particular occasion, financial troubles was clouding my judgement & weighing heavy upon my heart, when lo and behold a book that stood out from several shelves of books caught my attention. Grabbed it off the shelf and opened it to a paragraph on a random page that more or less stated the following: To avoid ‘the worries of this life & the deceitfulness of wealth.’

  3. kanewischer says:

    Jason – This is one of my favorite posts that you have done. I teach about synchronicity in my creativity classes. Your post succinctly and elegantly explains the experience.
    Also I have nominated you for three blogging awards: Mystery Blogger, Blogger Recognition and Sunshine Blogger Awards. For more information, please click on the following link:

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