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Synchronicity/Coincidence/Happy Accidents

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#31    PurpleStuart



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Posted 12 March 2002 - 12:27 AM

I just found this news item about 2 twins who (unknowingly) died in motorcycle accidents on the same road within an hour of each other

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#32    Timmy_T


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Posted 12 April 2002 - 01:59 AM

Humans use only ten% of our brain and much of our potential.  The rest works on other brain waves and in such ways that are unevolved minds couldn't understand because you couldn't comprehend the mysteriuosness of the mind when you couldn't access it.  how this relates to synchronicities is that I believe that our paths and actions are in our sub minds that we don't think we use actively.  But everything is not some grand cosmic plan working around yourself.  rather to think of it as mind that bus, what bus, splat.  wasn't your grand design but a wrong step.  your actions and steps you take are sub-conscious and lead you to what you want, desire and strive to find whether you have to look hard or fall ass backwards into it is your decsion

#33    Tommy


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Posted 12 April 2002 - 02:03 AM


We've already discussed the 10% myth HERE


"Superstition created all the gods and angels, all the devils and ghosts, all the witches, demons and goblins, gave us all the augurs, soothsayers and prophets, filled the heavens with signs and wonders, broke the chain of cause and effect, and wrote the history of man in miracles and lies" ~ Robert Green Ingersoll

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