What is coincidence? Coincidence is a remarkable or unique concurrence of events without any apparent causal connection.
We’ve become so accustomed or conditioned to living in intellectual safety that we’ve been duped into believing that if our personal stories of coincidence can’t be empirically understood any other way, then a purely personal validation of their significance might label us with a “crazy sticker.”
What is synchronicity? Synchronicity is a remarkable or unique concurrence of events that are not connected by cause, but may be connected by means.
The sixth TQ Podcast features Frederick Tamagi’s second presentation on synchronicity, and the music of Victor Wu.