Synchronicity — 20 Comments

  1. You are not the only person who’s read that! I have a minor in psychology, so while I read that eons ago. I did read it, and I still have it on my bookshelf 🙂 I think that’s awesome, and now you can PUT yourself out there MORE. Submit, submit, submit. I just started doing that, and I’m getting some positive feedback. Clearly you can make it happen! And we all love your writing or we wouldn’t come back all the time!
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    • Lol, I just like to tease myself about the weirdness of my bookshelf. But you of course understand, having studied it in college. 🙂 And that’s great, that you’re receiving positive feedback!! Half the battle is just taking the step to actually submit your work. It’s scary at first, but once you dive in, it gets easier.

  2. I’ve never read “it” per se, but I did study Jung (much better than Freud), and I’ve read The Hero’s Journey by Campbell, and it talks about the basic archetypes of all stories…learned a lot.

    Good for you. Walking in faith is difficult…we are such a quid pro quo society, that relying on a higher power to “make it” is difficult business.
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    • I’m just a dork who tries to find practical application of what I studied in college…and yes, Jung is much more interesting than Freud.
      Yes, faith is tough in this “make-it-happen” world. I certainly struggle with it.

  3. I’ve never read Jung, but I do believe that sometimes the universe provides us with what we need, and that some things do happen for a reason.

    Mind I’m having a hard time seeing the reason behind some things that have been occurring in my life lately, but I’m sure there is a reason.
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  4. Yep, I have experienced something like that. The day Energizer (yeah, the battery company) asked me to be a contract technical writer at their Hawaiian Tropic plant in Florida. It was my dream job. I loved it. And it opened so many doors. 😀

    I hope good things keep getting in your way. 😀
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  5. Ok, so I’m the only one who first heard the term from The Police song and album? 😉

    This part: “Which is true, because not taking chances yields zero results in my experience. I am an expert in not taking chances.” Sounds familiar. Congratulations on taking that first step and following it wherever it may lead. It’s good advice and I’m trying to do that myself.
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