Jung’s Synchronicity is Your Synchronicity

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One awakens at 11:11, once again. One notices that those repeating ones could symbolically represent oneness. Another one awakens at 11:11, this one also, but independently, noticing that those repeating ones could represent oneness. A profound sense of harmony is felt by both. Time continues to pass.

One notices that proximal swinging pendulums synchronize with one another with the passing…

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