Have you ever experienced a co-incidental event and thought, “Hmm, that was odd,” only to have the one co-incidence eerily turn into a string of co-incidences? Can these series of events still be called “coincidence” when they happen with such frequency and regularity?
Many such series of coincidental events have occurred in my life. So many, in fact, I no longer register them as odd, let alone eerie.
For instance, several times throughout my work day, I’ll pick up a file or document or be in the midst of typing an email when my phone will ring and the client associated with that file, document or email will be on the line. These events may not seem too far out of the realm of possibility until you consider I manage well over a hundred files at any given time, on any given day. What do you suppose the odds are of something like that happening once in a day let alone multiple times a day?
Other examples of these serendipitous events are when I grab a random bunch of paperclips, pieces of paper, file folders, hangers, or napkins and end up having the exact number I need.
Or when someone I haven’t thought of in a long time, perhaps even years, pops into my head or their name comes up in discussion and, within minutes, I either run into them or they call me. This happened to me recently with a cousin I hadn’t been in contact with in at least thirty plus years.
These kinds of events don’t happen to me just once in a proverbial Blue Moon. They happen to me all of the time.
The universe works in wild and wonderful ways and we are all susceptible to its laws — one of which is the Law of Attraction. I’ve learned to accept these “co-incidences” as the cosmos’ way of reminding me of that law and my inherent ability to manifest what I want or need into my life. It’s worked in my favour so far and I intend to keep an open mind.
Now, if only I could manifest a million dollars.