Coincidence or Programming.

During our lives, we encounter strange experiences that we called coincidences. We receive whatever we require, or we meet the right person at the exact time we need it. We then call it a happy coincidence. We may have also seen matching number of time and  temperature on the car’s screen board. But what are coincidences after all? Could this life be a very sophisticated program that unfolds while we experience it? Could be the crossroad just an “if” condition of the program that we follow? Could it be Easter Eggs of the Universe? Carl Jung brought us the concept of what he called synchronicity, a concept which holds that events are “meaningful coincidences.” He even wrote a great book about it where he came out with examples from his patients’ stories.

Besides his book have we ever met such events? It was once or many times in our lives? The thing is that all the times we have dismissed all of these events. Our program may override the grant program to make our lives more comfortable. We do not want paranormal complications in our life. We only like to hear stories happened to others. If we look at our lives as programming that is not just possible but very probable that those coincidences are the result of the previous action, as a physical or mental action. We have heard many times about the “Law of attraction” which can be very well another consequence of the program that we call thinking. I would suggest when a coincidence happens, we should look more into facts or our wishful thinking at that point in time and before. We may be surprised to realize that the programming theory can make a lot of sense. Either we are calling scientifically as Newton said “For every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction” or we look from a different perspective we may come to an exciting conclusion. It could be a uniques experience and understanding and many times is not worth to share, but it may change our perspective. It did for Carl Jung switching his perception from a scientist, psychiatrist to an anthropologist or a philosopher.