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Synchronicity has several domain-based relationships with the concept of creativity:

  1. through psychology,
  2. through biology,
  3. through chaos theory mathematics, and
  4. through the new physics.

In psychology, synchronicity is defined as the occurrence of meaningful coincidences that seem to have no cause; that is, the coincidences are acausal.

The underlying idea is that there is unity in diversity. In psychology, Carl Jung introduced the concept in his later works (1950s). 


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Synchronicity Origine

Synchronicity Origine

The idea of synchronicity appears for the first time in the 1970 when studies surfaced about the interpersonal synchronicity with the interaction of mothers and their infants.


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Synchronicity & Jazz

Synchronicity & Jazz

The optimal feeling that interpersonal synchronicity creates has been explained as being in sync with another person or working together in the zone. It is a feeling often described by jazz musicians who are improvising music together and feel like it “jams”.


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Carl Jung: Synchronicity and Quantum Physics

Carl Jung: Synchronicity and Quantum Physics

Jung created the term “synchronicity” to explain a relationship between two events which could not be explained by cause and effect.

Somehow information is exchanged which is currently unexplainable by present known physical mechanisms

Classical physicists disagree with quantum physics because there is no clear cause and effect in quantum physics; events are based on probabilities. 

Many psychologists may have difficulties with Jung’s theory because it is so far removed from rationality, and there is too much emphasis on the unknown and the collective unconscious.


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Making the thing in the future happen to match the present decision.


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Serendipitous occurrences

Serendipitous occurrences

Synchronicity has been associated with serendipitous occurrences such as Newton's apple and Archimedes's bathwater as well as a host of parapsychological phenomena including telepathy, precognition, remote viewing/healing or. psychokinesis

Synchronistic events appear accidental or intrusive due to their acausal nature.

Synchronicity, like serendipity, may be devoid of any apparent intentional element.


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Serendipity and Synchronicity Same Same? Or Different?

Serendipity and Synchronicity Same Same? Or Different?

Serendipity is characterized by the presence, or absence, of conscious intention.

Both of them involve observation; an apparently acausal, yet synchronous, relationship between inner and outer events.

Synchronicity reconnects the self in a meaningful way with the world via a mutual resonance that redefines the sense of self.

Serendipity, alternatively, defies an observer's knowledge by disconnecting an existing articulation of self and world by the appearance of an anomaly or error, and then challenges the self to reconnect to the world in a new meaningful way. 


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Synchronicity is an ever present reality for those who have eyes to see.



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