Addendum on synchronicity

During a sea change in my life several years ago, I bought Julia Cameron’s The Artist’s Way. I cannot recall how I heard of Cameron. But I was intrigued enough to buy a new hardcover. One of her fundamental ideas is synchronicity, which goes like this: we decide to do something, we are transformed, and the world mysteriously furthers that transformation. For example, you admit to yourself that you want to bake cakes for a living. On the subway the next day, you meet the pastry chef at the finest restaurant in town. Two weeks later, you receive a brochure from … Continue reading Addendum on synchronicity