Concept of Synchronicity is associated to coincidence, which is characterized by inexplainable or improbable events. Synchronicity involves the simultaneous occurrence of two or more *external* events. Because of the similarity between the occurrences, some would think that the two events are connected in some way, even though there is no clear causal root. In order to count as synchronicity, the events should be unlikely to occur together by chance. It described a governing dynamic which underlies the whole of human experience and history — social, emotional, psychological, and spiritual.
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