When Synchronicity Calls

April 21, 2010

This morning I was listening to a fabulous interview with Marilyn Nyborg for Women on the Edge of Evolution‘s weekly audio series. She was talking about how women were not present during the signing of the Declaration of Independence or during the drafting of the US Constitution. We are functioning within a system that was built by men for men. And, folks, as Nature is telling us through sustained stratospheric ash , it is no longer working.

As I was listening to her talk, I began wondering how I might address more women’s groups because, after all, I am one. Not to marginalize anyone here, but women fulfill so many more roles than men (if you want to fight me on this one, go ahead, but be warned. I went to a women’s college). We need to put on the brakes to regroup. The speed with which we are currently running is no longer sustainable.

That goes for men, too.

My ringing cell phone interrupted my thoughts. It was a long-time friend who lives in Munich. She was on her way back from Frankfurt (concurrently my husband just arrived there). She wanted to know if I might present for her women’s group, of which she is a board member.

I nearly dropped the phone.

She went on to explain the remarkable synchronicities that have filled her life since she embarked in what she calls self-exploration. We had a tremendous meeting of the minds and I was left uplifted and happy and oh so synchronous.

What synchronicities can you see in your own life? Take the time to reflect and breathe. Remember to leave the door open for it is only through openings that new things can enter.

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2 Responses to “When Synchronicity Calls”

  1. Willow Drinkwater Says:

    Synchronicity is everywhere in my life…calling a friend just as she was about to call me. Rekindling an old relationship as if we hadn’t missed a second in those ten years we hadn’t seen each other. Finding out that when one door closes, a window opens big enough to step through…to something even more wondrous. I love those moments. I savor them.

  2. powerofslow Says:

    Indeed it is! You are a synchronicity magnet. It is always such great fun to join your space. There’s something truly divine about it. Hugs and love!


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