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Re: Theos-World Theosophy and Science

Feb 15, 2002 09:01 PM
by adelasie

Dear Mic,

I wonder if we could be talking about the same thing? If you consider 
science, as you are studying it, to be purely related to the physical 
world, does synchronicity represent a system relating to another to 
you? I am not a scientist, so hopefully you will bear with me. 

On 9 Feb 2002 at 22:25, Mic Forster wrote:

> Dear Adelasie, 
> This conversation we are having on synchronicity is most challenging
> and I am glad it has been initiated. I thought I knew the concept well
> but I am beginning to understand my limitations which your tessera
> analogy has so beautifully accentuated. Today I took a bag of nuts
> down to the local gardens to feed the cockatoos in an attempt to clear
> my mind and meditate over the subject. I came to the conclusion that,
> indeed, I did not clearly explain the mechanisms behind synchronicity
> but, rather, merely described it. In summary what I have said so far
> is that a series of events occur in synchrony at one particular time
> in space to produce an effect. Hence you are right in saying that I
> still haven't distinguished anything between cause and effect. Today I
> imagined two pendulums swinging side by side at different rates.
> Inevitably they will swing in synchrony but, because they are swinging
> at different rates, this event will only occur for a short period of
> time. When this does occur a light,Regards, Michael

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