Guest Author - Lauren D´Silva
Do you have a knack of being in the ‘right place at the right time’? Do you bump into people just as you were thinking of getting in touch with them? Is your life full of meaningful co-incidences? If so, synchronicity is at work.
Synchronicity is a pattern of events or a set of ‘co-incidences’ that tell you your life is on the right track. When we taking steps towards fulfilling our life purpose the incidences of synchronicity get far more frequent. These days if I don’t get some synchronicity at least several times in a week I stop to check why not!
So what does synchronicity look like? Basically it is any event that would previously cause you to say ‘wow, what a co-incidence’ – from now on you can say ‘thank you for the synchronicity in my life’. Let me give you an example from my life.
I ordered a new vacuum cleaner from the internet earlier last week, because the old vac wasn't picking up & smelt ominously of burning. It had been making heavy weather of cleaning for a few months and I knew that cursing its inefficiency wasn’t doing the atmosphere in my home a whole lot of good! I got an email on Thursday night to say the cleaner had been dispatched by courier. Ah- problem. I was fully booked with healing and readings all day on Friday, and apart from a short lunch break I knew I'd be out. Plus I had people coming round for dinner on Saturday evening and the snowdrifts of dog hair were starting to blow across the floor like tumbleweed.
When I got up on Friday morning I put out a call to my guides to fix it for me so the vacuum cleaner got delivered while I was in & then went about my day. I got home for lunch- no calling card through the door & no vacuum delivery either- I felt a bit fed up. I went back to complementary health centre to see another client and was going to go straight off to do the readings from there, I had everything ready in the car as I knew I was cutting it fine on time.
After seeing my client I had a strong urge to drop my healing kit back home. I reasoned it would only take five minutes. At the very same moment I pulled my car up to the kerb a courier van drew up too. The courier got out & said 'that was good timing'. He didn’t know just how good- five minutes earlier or later I would have been out. I noticed on the schedule that I signed that he'd done all the deliveries at the top of the list & then skipped half a dozen to do mine.
Needless to mention I said a big ‘thank you’ to them up there! The vacuum, by the way, picks up like a dream & I am finding cleaning a pleasure again.