One Key Thing

You can disagree with me if you want.

For me, the Synchronicity Code discovery brings up one key thing.

Take your index finger and point it straight up.  That is what the Synchronicity Code points to.

You can choose to ignore it or discount it or even embrace it without seeing the single most important thing.  The Synchronicity Code implies that we have been MISSING a significant aspect of the way everything is organized.  Life is not as we have imagined it.

All life is One.

Lincoln and Kennedy.  Pythagoras, The Buddha, Christ, Mohammed.  Even events of devastation like Pearl Harbor and 9/11.  They are all one thing.

One Being.

One Purpose.

One Mystery.

Still to be understood.

I hope you get the significance of  this.

5 Responses to One Key Thing

  1. Matt Howell says:

    Hi there, I just discovered your site after googling synchronicity! I certainly understand the significance of what you’re saying as I’ve had a very interesting life in the past couple of years – and it seems events have converged at last to result in a complete change in the way I view the world and indeed, the universe.

    We are as one, though most of us don’t realise it yet. I just wish I could live somewhere where I could explore all of this without constraints of money. I live in the UK and will eventually be forced in to the rat race that is 9 to 5 work.

    I’ve just begun reading “Conversations with God” (available on Amazon) and it is surely fascinating as it is all entirely possible, I reckon!

    Clowns to the left of us, jokers to the right, and here I am stuck in the middle with your blog! Even music echoes synchronicites these days. It is *remarkable*.

    So long, for now! -Matt

    • admin says:

      I get the part about wishing you could explore without the constraints of money, Matt. Many years ago I thought I could “give to Caesar what is Caesar’s” and followed in my father’s footsteps–became a lawyer! What I didn’t quite see is that I was getting caught by the trappings of status and wealth. It is interesting to wonder what the course of my life would have been if I made the decision to always be true to myself. Best, +JAG

    • Adam Dobrin says:

      I read Conversations with God in 2001, shortly after arriving at college. I found it very interesting. I think we all have these conversations, though subconscious for most, and the external influence in our thoughts and actions is clearly manifested in the theory you present. I’m glad to have found your book, like you I was disturbed to find so many negative events which followed this pattern. The linking of B luddha, Christ, and Mohammed is something I did not notice at all, and would have found profoundly related.

      Since reading that book, I’ve had a series of very negative experiences, ones which could be likened to the very thing we are not so inclined to want to read, or write about. It’s definitely altered my opinion in the last few years, and it seems the message we have been getting of late might be more appropriately likened to the tear engraved in history for eternity in the Eye of Horus.

  2. Alan Watts says:

    In reality there are no separate events. Life moves along like water.

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