A Quote by James Redfield on sychronicity, prayer, conscious alertness, and coincidences

"Setting a field for synchronicity is a matter of putting yourself in a particular state of mind. It is easy to think about synchronicity intellectually, but unless you enter the state of mind where your prayer-field will help, all you will do is glimpse the coincidences every once in a while. In some situations that is enough and you will b led forward for a time, but eventually you will lose your direction. The only way to establish a constant flow of synchronicity is to stay in a state where your prayer field keeps this blow moving toward you--a state of conscious alertness."

James Redfield

Source: The Secret of Shambhala : In Search of the Eleventh Insight, Pages: 87

Contributed by: Nara-Narayana

A Quote by unknown on karma, destiny, and coincidences

Coincidences occur where life & destiny (karma) intersect.  Caryn Colgan


Source: Ancient Pact

Contributed by: Caryn

A Quote by Steven E. Baxter on coincidences, why, learning, growth, and the universe

Never say, "Wow, what a coincidence!"  There are no coincidences.  Everything happens for a reason.  Everything that happens to you in life is a lesson.  If you choose to learn the lesson, you move on to the next lesson.  If you choose not to learn, you will repeat the lesson as many times as it takes to learn.

Steve Baxter

Source: Revolutionary Spirituality: Awakening to Your True Self, Pages: 195

Contributed by: Steve

A Quote by Neale Donald Walsch on coincidences, self, purpose, and reality

I tell you this: There is no coincidence, and nothing happens “by accident.” Each event and adventure is called to your Self by your Self in order that you might create and experience Who You Really Are.

All that is required is to know this. For you are the creator of your reality, and life can show up no other way for you than that way in which you think it will.

Neale Donald Walsch

Source: Conversations with God : An Uncommon Dialogue (Book 1)

Contributed by: Gaia Team

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