Connecting with Coincidence
- The New Science for Using Synchronicity and Serendipity in Your Life
- Narrated by: Stephen Paul Aulridge Jr.
- Length: 8 hrs and 35 mins
- Unabridged Audiobook
- Release date: 07-03-16
- Language: English
- Publisher: Wetware Media
Often these coincidences are explained as being controlled by a higher power or pure chance. But for the first time since Carl Jung's work comes bold new research that explains scientifically how we can identify, understand, and perhaps even control the frequency of coincidences in our everyday lives.
Bernard Beitman, a leading expert on coincidence studies, proposes a greater personal responsibility that depends partly upon newly discovered "grid cells" located in the brain, near the hippocampus. But neuroscience cannot complete the entire puzzle, and in this fascinating guide, Beitman provides the missing piece. While analyzing true stories of synchronicity from around the globe and throughout history, he shares key personality characteristics and situational factors that contribute to the occurrence of meaningful coincidences in our lives. Where other books on coincidences tend to be theoretical, inspirational, or story collections only, Beitman's book is the first to provide a scientific understanding and practical ways in which listeners can use them in their own lives. He reveals:
How to activate your observing, self so you don't miss synchronistic moments
How serendipity can offer insights into solving problems or making difficult decisions
Why stress activates meaningful coincidences
Which states of mind impede our ability to experience synchronicity
How to interpret the meaning of a coincidence
Why being attuned to coincidences is a learned skill - and how to hone your sensitivity
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Customer ReviewsMost Helpful
By Amazon Customer on 07-04-18
Would you listen to Connecting with Coincidence again? Why?
Absolutely, about to start it again to make sure I didn't miss anything.
What other book might you compare Connecting with Coincidence to, and why?
Blink. The power of thinking without thinking.
Did you have an emotional reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?
Many smiles and the sound of pennies dropping.
Any additional comments?
Thank you Bernard