Synchronicities

Originally I was going to include a few excerpts of an article I found and “reblog” it so to speak. It became a stream of consciousness writing prompt I wasn’t expecting and have decided to share that with you. At the end you’ll find the link I was going to share initially. I hope you enjoy this story of synchronicity.

One of the biggest synchronicities for me right now is my blog itself and this is how it came to be and what has come thanks to the synchronicity at play…

  • I gave blogging a second try because I had been thinking it had been a while since I’d journaled. I love writing but I wanted to do something different, I just wasn’t sure what. A couple of days later my husband asked why he never saw me write anymore and why I didn’t keep my blog up… A few days later I started blogging.
  • Blogging lead to me participating in a blogging challenge for the month of February called Love is in Da Blog. One of the weekly themes was Mindful Mondays. I had already been trying to meditate regularly but this approach of mindfulness somehow made it easier. I began meditating in the morning and sharing my experience on my blog for the Monday prompt.
  • That lead me to reading a blog post about mindfulness that mentioned the Akashic Records (something I’d never heard of!). Later that very day I saw a flier in a natural health store with a weekend seminar I often refer to as my “meditation retreat” when blogging about it. We did a whole lot of meditation but the information on the flier was about Akashic Records.
  • While at this retreat I felt like my life was going to change, I was going to start walking in my destiny even though I wasn’t quite sure what that was. My mom sent me an email about a 12 week course on developing your intuition with the focus on discovering your life purpose… I signed up and before the course even started, I got a clear message during a meditation of what my life purpose was (I’ll give you a hint, Life Coaching is part of it).
  • I started a crowd funding page to try to raise the funds to get my Life Coaching certification. I didn’t want to be overwhelmed so I put the total funds needed for the certification as my goal to raise the money for and just hoped I could get enough to apply for the first course and I’d figure out the rest later. Two weeks before the first course started I had received contributions almost to the dollar of the cost of the first course. I was able to enroll and complete the first course.
  • A week after I finished the foundation course, I figured I needed to start getting creative to raise the funds for the hefty second part of the course. I was inspired to write a letter to a particular person and they wrote a check on the spot for the entire balance of the tuition cost!
  • This sponsor is a very generous person and inspires me to be more generous. As a thank you for their donation, I will donate services to an organization of their choice. How is this a synchronicity? I’ve been wanting to volunteer somewhere lately but haven’t prioritized the time to determine where.
  • Somewhere in the middle of all of this, I was inspired to start a challenge. It wasn’t intended as a blog challenge but that is the venue I’m presenting it in. I was inspired to do something to help create an awakening, a journey of self-discovery, and a path to connect people. The Kindness Challenge was created from this and presented in the place that I have the most contact with people that can spread the word to their people, the blogosphere.
  • I was exploring the option of paid writing opportunities and wondered if I should just stick to my blog (no I don’t generate funds here) or seek out paid writing opportunities. I’ve been contacted twice about writing opportunities recently. Neither has been a paid option but it answered my question of if I should stick to just writing for my blog or not.

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So whoever finds my blog (or the Kindness Challenge) I always take it as a synchronicity. There’s something that drew your attention, some particular thing that made you want to read. It’s not because my blog is so great (let’s face it, it’s one in hundreds of thousands! Millions?) there’s nothing extraordinary going on here. It’s because you were meant to read or see a particular thing on a particular day. Maybe it’s happened, maybe it’s happened several times, maybe it has yet to happen. I receive several comments and emails about how strange it was that you read a post when you did, or how you were just thinking of something similar or how funny it was that you happened to come across my blog. I hear you and I want you to know whenever I write a post, I always ask that it finds the person that needs it when they need it most. So it’s no coincidence that you found me or that I found you or we found each other. This is why I value every like, comment and follow because for some reason we were meant to be connected. Why else would we have found each other in this bloggosphere with so many blogs?

So there you have it, just like that my secret is out! I believe in synchronicity and sometimes I ask for it in signs of threes just to be sure that the first two weren’t coincidence (even though I no longer believe in coincidence). Sneezing when a firework goes off must surely mean something somewhere along the way, I just haven’t gotten to the point that ties everything in yet… 😉


This article caught my eye- a synchronicity in itself no doubt! A friend posted an interesting video on Facebook. I decided to look at the page that originally posted the video (something I rarely do…if ever) and the first think that caught my eye after a quick scroll was this article! Below is an excerpt from the article that prompted me to share my serendipitous side with you! You can find the full article here.

Synchronicities are a sequence of more than one event that coincide with each other and have significant meaning related to each other. These events would appear on the surface to be just chance, but are in no way a coincidence.

Feel free to share your story of synchronicity! Have you ever thought synchronicity was in play in your life? Can you think of recent examples? Does something seem a little less like coincidence and a little more like a synchronicity? Do you follow the signs? How many synchronicities does it take for you to realize it’s a sign? Do you find the more you see them the easier they are to follow?

49 thoughts on “Synchronicities

  1. Thanks so much for sharing your journey with us Niki. You’re definitely doing what you should be doing and I’m so happy that everything has lead you to where you are. I’m very much in tune with what’s happening around me right now and I also feel a shift in the way my life’s moving. I’m so happy to be involved in your kindness challenge and I’m feeling an openess and sense of optimism that’s been missing for a long time. Synchronicites? Oh yes, they’re part of it too.

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    1. Thank you for your kind words Miriam! Just confirmation that nothing but good can come from sharing this series of events! It’s so funny because as I was editing this post, your post danced across my reader that I have open in another tab and couldn’t help but notice had an awful lot to do with this topic from the little I was able to read from the reader. Heading over there now! So glad that your apart of the challenge and that our paths have crossed!

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  2. I’ve experienced this recently myself. I don’t believe in conincidences either, as time has gone on I believe in them less and less. Things happen for a reason and I don’t know why – but does it even matter? The problem I find is that I often don’t know how I’m going to manage changing or changing direction. The life we live seems to strangle us to a set path. It’s frustrating.

    BTW – The mission has launched!

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    1. I’m not at all surprised Simon. I just told someone the other day that the older I get the less I believe in coincidence 🙂 I agree, the “why” doesn’t always matter. Why must we fixate on every little thing making sense? Hmmm I know we talked about changing the way we think about ourselves. What if that were applied to changing the way we think things should happen? What if instead of focusing on “how” something would change, we just envision what the result itself would look like? Then maybe synchronicity would lead to the “how” or you’ll realize the “how” has been there all along and you just didn’t know how to see it…

      Oh yes, I just saw that! Have it open in another tab on my list of things to do… 🙂 🙂 🙂

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      1. Exactly! That’s what I’ve been doing the past few years along with training myself to think positive and my life is totally different in a good way!

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      2. Hahaha while that would be nice, it’s not that easy. But I promise it can be done with time and consistency. I’m excited to see where this goes for you Simon! 🙂

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  3. Well I would be lying if I said that I didn’t believe in synchronicity. There are times, place and people that you are just in sync with. Sometimes it doesn’t make any sense, but why does that matter? I do like to have answers and explanations for things. Though, I’m working harder as I get older to realize that is just “semantics”. The thing that has happened most recently, is of course the evolution of my relationship with Jess. Finding her on here, reading her blogs and realizing for the first time that we are on the same page. Now, we are working together and communicating more than ever. And it turns out that our communication growing, has in fact helped my communication with my ex-husband.

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    1. Good for you! Sometimes I think the less we focus on the reasons and the more we embrace the experience the quicker we will advance. Sounds like you are on the right track! What a beautiful synchronicity that is indeed Stephanie! And look at the domino effect, by you having better communication with Jess in turn it’s improved with your ex-husband and I can only imagine the positive impact that has on the family dynamic! Yes, sometimes the “how” is better left unknown and it plays out for itself 😉

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  4. Synchronicity. I enjoy your writing style and your overall spirit. It is uplifting. I think you found me and I followed back, but to this very day, I can relate.
    Life is a process of becoming aware of things, and then sorting them out.

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    1. Aww thank you so much! Yes I think you’re right. I can’t remember how I came across you but when I did it was an instant follow and I was delighted to have you follow back 🙂

      Agreed! 🙂

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  5. Hmmm! It’s always a pure joy reading your post,and I can well relate to most of the things you share your life and experiences. I know that things happen for a reason,and I must tell you that you are such a blessing in this blogosphere. Lately, I have been asking questions about my writing and blogging and as the day go by, I am getting answers from paying attention to details no matter how minute it might be. I am so glad we found us dearNiki 🙂

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    1. Awww thank you my blog mate!! That means so much to me! ❤

      Yes I've seen there is a lot going on behind the scenes from the posts that I've read lately. Keep exploring you're onto something beautiful!

      I'm proud to have you as a blog mate and equally glad we found each other! ❤

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  6. I believe everything happens for a reason. I listen to my heart (gut/instincts, etc) and even when I’ve thought I was lost at the time, I realize now that I was just on one of the traveling legs of my personal journey.

    Be blessed in your journey.

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