Beyond Jung and All Guess Work: An Introduction To The Art and Science of Synchronicity

Beyond Jung and All Guess Work: An Introduction To The Art and Science of Synchronicity

Aug 13 2013

The Architecture of Synchronicity, Life, Time, Change, Human Personality and Interpersonal Dynamics What you are about to read is a brief introduction to “The Art and Science of Synchronicity” . In other articles I have begun to elaborate on how Mesoamerican Calendrics (MAC) is not a calendar system as the rest of the World understand calendars. The core component of the MAC system, the Tzolkin calendar is best understood as a calendrical code that maps very subtle evolutive processes and cycles inherent in, and propagated by the very fabric of space-time itself. Synchronicity We have all heard and perhaps even said, “things happen for a reason”, though we don’t really know what those ultimate reasons might be. My work on the Tzolkin Cycle and Code shows how all phenomena is related and synchronized, right down to the smallest events you experience in your every day life. Not a single detail about our lives is random. What we sometimes experience as synchronicity are the obvious, “in your face” kind of events. Countless synchronicities happen every day across every scale. The Tzolkin Code reveals those synchronicities. Synchronicity is not just some meaningless curiosity, but rather evidence of the self-organizing principles inherent in all energy-matter configurations. Energy-matter that you and I are composed of. Energy-matter that behaves according to a few simple rules governing the attractive and repulsive forces existing between all entities, organic and inorganic. Rules that you can learn and apply to optimize your experience, comprehension and appreciation of life. Many of us intuitively sense that there is some grander overall purpose behind what happens. I can’t say what the “ultimate purpose” is, but my...