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The science of synchronicity and serendipity
Bernard D. Beitman M.D.
Coinciders are individuals who frequently experience coincidences. If you are such a person, which of the personality traits described in this study fit you?
Step back to imagine how meaningful coincidences can influence your confidence in certain decisions and your understanding of how the world works.
Have you ever found yourself right where you need to be without really knowing how you got there? You are not the only one.
Mind-blowing coincidences can open your mind to new realities.
Coincidence stories tend to fall into fairly discrete thematic categories. Here is the first attempt at describing them.
Albertus Maximus: the world responds to our emotions.
Analyzing coincidences includes looking at how they impact you in your life right then!
Group entrainment can lead to desired outcomes in sports, jazz, and organizations.
How can our precognitive abilities help tune us in to timeless love?
Even when confronted personally with a low probability coincidence, a major statistician clings tightly to his belief in the full explanatory power of coincidences.
Emotions are the very life of us. They connect us to each other at a distance, forming the basis of many profound coincidences.
Our cosmos is finely tuned by numerous constants without which life on Earth would not be. Some of these coincidences have probabilities much lower than any personal coincidence.
How does coincidence counseling work? Here is a specific example involving a rare disease, a patient, and the two doctors.
Coincidence awareness can be expanded to the signs and symbols of daily life.
Conjunctions of Meaningfully Parallel Events (CMPEs) is a coincidence type that provides highly useful messages to those who learn how to use them.
Out of the mundane discovery of a package of Twizzlers comes a meaning loaded sequence that challenges the materialist view of how the world works.
Meaningful coincidences can inform leadership decisions in highly useful ways. Philip Merry discusses how openness to using them helps develop opportunities for synchronicity.
Musicians tend to live uncertain lives. When is our next gig? How will the audience respond? Can we resonate with each other and the audience? Coincidences arise in uncertainty.
Artists unknowingly predict and sometimes create the future through their work. These coincidences point to a greater mind of which we are all a part.
Telepathy, clairvoyance, and precognition are common human experiences, perhaps with us from before human language developed. Modern science has no explanation.
Children ages 2-3 sometimes report details of the past lives of other people, claiming to have been that person.
Coincidences in the professional life of a major contributor to the advancement of medicine.
Create your own coincidences by tossing the coins and turning to the designated page in the I Ching.
Somehow we show up in the right place at the right time, seemingly guided by information from outside of us. Psychologist Jim Carpenter has an explanation.
The psychosphere, our mental atmosphere, shows how your own individual evolution contributes the the evolution of human consciousness.
Curiosity about coincidences can lead you to conceptual and experiential mind spaces beyond everyday reality.
How the perspective gained from NDEs helps to explain some coincidences.
The intense emotions of family relationships and their necessary transitions create elaborate and complicated coincidences. How can we make sense of them?
Every coincidence has a probability of happening. That does not mean that probability explains most coincidences.
Coincidences come in many forms, have many uses and several different explanations. Let's find the patterns that link these characteristics.
Bernard Beitman, M.D., is a visiting professor at the University of Virginia. He is the former chair of the University of Missouri-Columbia department of psychiatry.