Consider: And can we bind random events together in meaningful coherent patterns, or are we right to regard it as a means of wishful thinking, myth, intellect discomfort, or a product of chance?

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One example is the 911 incident whereby for different reasons, many people who were usually on the building at the time of the disaster were not there, and were late arriving for very different reasons, and therefore their lives’ were saved! Are such coincidences too purposeful to be random, or chance, and how do we explain it?

The answer that I am looking for is: are coincidences meaningful in your life, and do you think such a harmonizing principle does exist?

asked 25 Mar '11, 06:03

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edited 25 Mar '11, 07:20

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We are all connected. Everything happens for a reason. There are no accidents. Coincidences are vibrational matches. Coincidences are synchronicities of attraction. I interperate coincidences by thinking, I'm right where I'm supposed to be.



answered 25 Mar '11, 10:09

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Could not agree more. Synchronicity FTW!

(25 Mar '11, 18:32) you

@Brian: I agree everything happens for a reason indeed, thank you!

(27 Mar '11, 05:44) Inactive User ♦♦

Some people are very skilled at reading what is to come. They are masters of parallel time. Edgar Cayce comes to mind. He was able to look into the future with remarkable accuracy. All of us have this ability to some degree or another. And some people naturally are intuitive enough to pick up danger without really knowing how they did it. The head of security warned many people ahead of time that he was sure there would be an attack. He saved many lives by implementing an exit strategy that saved many lives. But we were not taught how to hone those skills so it does seem somewhat random.


answered 25 Mar '11, 09:45

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Yes of course Edgar Cayce he was able to make accurate predictions! Thank you!

(27 Mar '11, 05:51) Inactive User ♦♦

Vee, you're on murky territory bringing up the 9/11 example, for quite a bit of the World believes it was a good example of red flag operation. I don't know how true/false that is. It doesn't change the amount of pain and suffering it has caused. Having said that, I don't believe in the existence of coincidence. There is only synchronicity.

thank you, namaste


answered 25 Mar '11, 14:32

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I agree false flag op. The "right" people knew not to be there.

(25 Mar '11, 18:30) you

@daniele:I appreciate your thoughtfulness in alerting me to the above sensitive matter, and I send out my due respect to all the victims, and their families! Thank you.

(27 Mar '11, 06:02) Inactive User ♦♦
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