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Synchronicity, Signs & Symbols

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Synchronicity implies wholeness and meaningful relationships between causally unconnected events. Science has been rediscovering the view of the world as an unbroken fabric in which seemingly separate events do not occur in isolation, but form pieces interwoven into a common tapestry. This book is filled with people's stories because synchronicity is ultimately best unders ...more
Paperback, 116 pages
Published June 1st 2001 by Synchronicity Publishing
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Victoria Evangelina Belyavskaya


If anything, this book is a good reminder to stay attuned to what is happening around you all the time. Synchronicity is never "just" happening; the signs from the Universe are coming to us all the time, and, as the book points out, it is out job in this world to figure them out and use for the best of all involved. The book does not go deep into discovering/explaining the causes or meanings though.

The dictionary of symbols at the end of the book is valuable.

Victoria Evan
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May 22, 2009 Kelly rated it liked it
This is a good primer to the idea or theme of synchronicity.
I found it accessible, but pretty rudimentary.

She quotes a lot of other writers and their works, and I wish she would have expressed more of her own material within these pages. I did, however, especially like the sources she did choose to use (Jung--of course--Leibniz, Schopenhauer, Brian Weiss, and a few others that were new to me).

Maybe 3.5 stars.
May 03, 2009 Bridgett rated it really liked it
Shelves: psychology, esoteric
I really related to the views in this book, but it's not for everyone. I am a strong believer in synchronicity and liked the examples. It was a short book though; I would have liked it a bit longer.
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