I’ve changed the name and look of my blog today.
Here is one description of Synchronicity: “the experience of two or more events that are apparently causally unrelated or unlikely to occur together by chance, yet are experienced as occurring together in a meaningful manner. The concept of synchronicity was first described in this terminology by Carl Gustav Jung, a Swiss psychologist, in the 1920s.” (wiki).
My definition is bringing it together. Whatever “it” is. This last month has been about creating Synchronicity in my life. Part of my life is occupied by time spent actively with people – real facetime, real speaktime – not Facebook, not text-messaging, in short: real time and space. Part of my life is digital. Touch the keyboard. Touch the screen. Manipulating bits of data with applications that are stored in places and create effects that are magical to me.
Somehow I am feeling that if I can synchronize my life it will increase the serendipity in it. I have been all over the board with this. This weekend I’ve attempted to bring my digital information into synchronicity. Not completed yet but I’ve got my cloud storage synced across my desktop, my laptop and my tablet – the phone is yet to come (I’m waiting for a new one to be released). I’ve installed Evernote everywhere. Laying the foundation for a synchronous life will take me awhile yet. I am also using xMind to help me out.
Real-time hunger happening – back to the blog another time!