The first time I experienced profound synchronicity in my life was when I narrowly missed the Tsunami in 2004. I was working on Wall Street and the news hit me like a truck. It made me wonder “what would I do with a second chance in life?” What followed were a series of unusual synchronicities that led me to study yoga in Nosara, Costa Rica. I had no plans to be a yoga teacher, but I left my life in NY to take a 200 hr yoga teacher training in this small town on the Pacific Coast.. the first of over 1,000 hours that I would later take in India. These synchronicities led me on an adventurous journey around the world, from holy mountains in India, to a horse ranch in Montana. My life was forever changed and I experienced a new aspect of life that felt continually guiding and replenishing.
Synchronicity has become a major part of my life. Because of this, I started writing about it. At first it was 5 pages, then it started to grow, bit by bit.. it unexpectedly grew into something that looks like a book. It’s a little wacky, non-linear and perplexing. “Synchronicity & The Unexpected Life” is an experiential guide that has stories and space for self-reflection.
Be ready to dive down the rabbit hole!
Some fun things to know about Synchronicity:
1) It is a form of manifestation that can be used as a tool for spiritual growth
2) It often happens during or after major life changes (such as death, disaster, new move)
3) It is more likely to happen for people who practice yoga, meditation or other creative arts
4) It often contains messages about your life path and destiny
“It’s a poor sort of memory that only works backwards”
Through the Looking-Glass, Jung’s favorite quote on synchronicity.