Synchronicity, both beautiful and challenging
The term, synchronicity comes from Carl Jung, who first coined the phrase in the 1920s. Jung saw synchronicity as two or more events that are meaningfully related, though they may not be causally related. He first developed the idea while treating a patient who dreamed of a golden scarab. During the session, as she described her […]
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Do You Plan For Serendipity?
Some see serendipity as the hand of God. That divine intervention that saves or changes an outcome for the better. Others view it as pure luck, incredible coincidence or a happy chance. For me, serendipity is none of those things. Serendipity is what happens when you are ready for change, open to innovation and informed […]
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