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I've just had a little reminder of the message that synchronicity sends to us. John Lilly referred to it as coming from the CCC, Coincidence Control Center. I see multiple coincidences as a message from "Universe/God/Source/pick your word" to let you know that you are on the right track and "Life/Universe/The Planet/pick your word" is gearing up to shift into a higher or more elevated, or clearer energy.

You may be noticing a lot more of this in the days ahead and that's a good thing. It is a dual purpose tool. It is there to alert you to changes ahead, but it is also meant to be a comfort, letting you know that you're okay, you're doing what you're supposed to be doing or thinking what you're supposed to be thinking.

I can give a quick example from my own life. I've been doctor shopping, and I was on my way to see a new doctor this afternoon. All I really knew about him was that he had a reputation as someone who listens, is very thorough and he is Japanese. So, what song comes on the radio, as I'm turning into the parking lot? "I'm Turning Japanese," which I haven't heard in 20 years. Now, the song isn't really about what I was doing, but it was SO appropriate that I laughed until I choked. Then, as I'm leaving, I turn the radio on and hear, "Right Here, Right Now" by Jesus Jones. Look up the lyrics (really, do it!) and you'll see how perfect that song is for the times we're living through. At least it feels that way for me. I know that it felt like a blessing and a reminder.


Synchronicity, CCC, call it what you will. I believe it serves a purpose, to guide me along the path for which I am most suited. I look for these chains of coincidences to tell me that I'm doing okay, that things are going to be okay, even if it looks like crap at the moment.


I just thought I would share this.

Stay in the light.

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Comment by bratchild on August 21, 2011 at 11:31am

i've always thought the universe (which doesn't speak english as a first language by the way) gives us lots of little nudges to get us on the right path.  most of the time people go through life with a bag over their heads and miss those little nudges.  then they wonder why the universe finally puts a big boot in their rear to get them going.  after finally getting tired of the boot, i began to pay more attention, thus avoiding the boot when ever possible.  because the boot can be a jaring experience.  paying attention allows for a smother transition from place to place on the path of life. and it allows for choice.  i think the universe lets us roll along as long as we are making those choices and consciously participating in our lives.  it's when we stall, then the universe starts sending all those little nudges to get us going again,  beware of the boot!  hee! hee!


Comment by Rebecca (Community Moderator) on May 26, 2011 at 1:56am
This is soooo cool!!! Friends of mine also call these incidents 'omens' or 'signs' because they "point you in the right direction" if you're so inclined to notice and feel their stirring and understand the message!!  Thanks to both of you for sharing this really clear examples.  Sometimes with me it's that inner 'ping' in the pit of my stomach, in addition to the 'coincidences'.
Comment by Patricia Bryant Resnick on May 25, 2011 at 1:25am
Which song was it by Spiral Dance?
Comment by Patricia Bryant Resnick on May 25, 2011 at 1:07am
Michelle, what a great reply! And what an awesome experience for you! I have nothing but admiration for "called" nurses, a job I just could never do. I'm going to look for the music you mentioned, so I can add to my collection of things to listen to when things seem to swing low. (Like now, actually, but I'm okay).

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