Synchronicity: When Cosmos Mirrors Inner Events

Iona Miller


Things often fall apart, but sometimes they fall together in the probability field. Such transformative points can be life-changing quantum leaps in self-awareness. The issue is one of 'similar things' that seemingly stop the arrow of time dead in its tracks, immersing us in the extraordinary, the mysterious. Jung and Pauli suggested synchronicity is essentially direct insight into the hidden confluence of psyche and matter. It shocks us into broadening our view of the world and the fabric of reality. Synchronicity is the core of the world and human existence. It is a unique expression of the metaphor-forming process. Repeated engagement with the spectrum of unconscious imagery impacts us resonantly on all levels by molding us with experience, emotion and memory. The synchronistic totality of all conscious and unconscious self-organizing processes has its own holistic psychic structure. Psyche and substance are two aspects of more fundamental energy, which forms a universal substrate. The artificial delineation between mind and matter blurs in both the scientific and psychological models. Synchronicity explores the borderland between meaning and spacetime, where chance meets necessity, when external and internal circumstances align in meaningful coincidence. It links the observable and unknowable, the effect of the particular and specific with the universal. In this nonlocal effect, certain qualities manifest relatively simultaneously in different or proximate places. It is a parallelism that cannot be explained causally. Is this psychic phenomenon kindled by an invisible field effect linking multidimensional spaces? Quantum mechanics reveals stunning secrets of nature, but it is a science of frozen frames, snapshots of measurement, rather than a process-oriented science that shows how they fit seamlessly together. The most fundamental archetype of process is the Field. The quantum vacuum is a dynamic massless scalar field. Scalars are just active information; a hologram is pure information. Entanglement is a property of nonlocal quantum information exchange.

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