Is Creativity Related to Synchronicity?

Are you open to the possibility of synchronicity? How do your best creative ideas come to you? Sometimes our creative thought leaves us wondering where it came. Carl Jung talks about creativity as “From the living fountain of instinct flows everything that is creative: hence, the unconscious is not merely conditioned by history but is the very source of the creative impulse.” So is the source of creativity the unconscious psyche? With the unlimited source of being creative we could conclude that synchronicity is itself…creativity. We do not know the source of creativity or synchronicity, but Jung thought there was a link between the unconscious psyche and quantum physics.

If you are open to synchronicity, you may be more creative. Is a highly creative person more likely to experience such events? Are you connecting with the universe? I feel that I am a highly sensitive person that is much more susceptible to stimuli. I try to be in touch with all my senses and like to think of receiving “gifts from the universe”.

Have fun with this concept and start paying attention and inviting such synchronistic experiences into your life. I recommend writing down your “coincidences” even if you feel they are small occurrences at the time. Sometimes events build on each other and what may seem insignificant at first glance becomes meaningful later as the pieces are fitted together. By recording these events, you will be exercising your creativity on a daily basis. You will likely notice an increase in these meaningful coincidences and seeing the universe as your creative source!Synchronicity BarbaraALane

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