“A concept, first introduced by analytical psychologist Carl Jung, which holds that events are “meaningful coincidences” if they occur with no causal relationship yet seem to be meaningfully related.” — Wikipedia
I didn’t know I have to thank Jung for this word. My day hasn’t really started yet, and I already learned something new.
What a way to begin this Friday.
Anyway, last few days, I experienced synchronicity.
Or maybe I created it.
I had four conversations, and in all of them, we talked about the importance of being true to our very own nature, to ourselves. Only when we are in tune with our truth, life flows naturally.
And be aware, natural does not mean easy, comfortable or painless.
It is just the feeling that you are living the life you’re meant to live. You are being the person you’re meant to be.
And that, being true to your own nature, looks like a small personal act of rebellion to me.
We convinced ourselves that only an intervention from outside or from above can change the system in which we live. Like a pandemic.
While there is so much that we can do, just by being true to ourselves.
And in my head came up this image of billions of personal revolutions.