I could not sleep… sometimes I can’t. When I can’t sleep, I don’t fight it… I just do stuff. Thought I might share and take you with me this time…

Took a drive…

Baked… French macarons

Played with tarot… new stuff is coming…

Thought about penis size because of a post I saw… how did they get this information? Are they counting on “self-reporting”? If so, adjustments may need to be made… I also know which countries I would potentially not want to live in based on this criteria…

Read a book for a while…. I am enjoying it. I’m sure I will at some point share some epiphanies.

Thought about what Jung said… “Until you make the unconscious conscious, it will direct your life and you will call it fate.” Which led me to this snippet…

Serendipity & Synchronicity

by Dr. Carder Stout

Nothing happens by accident when your soul gets involved. It is the most intentional presence in your life whether you recognize its existence or not. Your soul is omniscient and ever present. It informs your decision making through the thoughts and images it provides. It is the essence that fuels your intuition. When you are certain of something it is your soul’s voice that resounds from the depths of psyche. When a mysterious coincidence occurs it is often the design of your soul’s whimsical nature. Yes, the soul has a sense of humor and often speaks to us through metaphors, symbols, riddles, and clues. These hints require our full investigation in order to uncover their meaning.

Synchronicity is a term that is frequently used to represent the process of experiences coming together and forming some sort of meaning. Synchronistic occurrences are formidable and propel us forward with a surge of ephemeral courage. Their bold numinosity fills us with a sense of awe and wonder and they leave the fray of untethered questions in our inquisitive minds. These are unexplained moments. We ask ourselves how certain events aligned in such perfect rhythmical order? We wonder how a circumstance tips in our favor right at the crucial moment we need it most. A person sways into our periphery and offers just the right words to push us from the gate of self-destruction. The 80’s song we were singing in the shower plays on our car radio that same morning. We stare in disbelief before singing it even louder. We wonder if there is someone behind the curtain. Synchronicities are incidents of spiritual significance that ask us to momentarily dampen our self-obsession and consider the possibility of the divine.

Synchronistic experiences leave us with a curious sense that we should pay attention. They happen when our inner worlds of thought and feeling connect with the outer world of people, places and things. If we think about something and then it appears there is a mystery involved that is both arcane and fascinating. Perhaps our soul is extending its collaborative spirit so that we may become aware of something that requires attention. Perhaps it is simply a coincidence. This depends wholly on what you are willing to believe. To claim certainty regarding such an esoteric concept would assert that we ourselves are wiser than the greatest minds of modern psychology. There are many conflicting theories that claim to define the nature of synchronicity. Scientists perform delicately balanced experiments in an attempt to capture its elusive meaning. Astrologers look to the stars for answers and create vast equations to define its erratic movements. Psychologists argue with physicians and claim jurisdiction over steins of darkened beer. Bible toting evangelists assert God’s will as the chanting mystics dance around the fire.

Carl Jung coined the term synchronicity in the early 1920’s. It was one of his most complex and misunderstood concepts, partially because it is an experience that forces people to question their notions of what is rational and scientific. Jung’s concept of a synchronistic world was a complex intertwining of linear causality forming a balance with the unseen energies of the universe, each complimenting the others in the realms of psyche and matter. In this conception, a playful relationship exists between what is seen and unseen. Jung hypothesized that synchronistic events were possibly the manifestations of a specific desire deriving from the humanistic need to heal and grow. He also believed that they were elements of a universal, archetypal pattern that helped connect people to the deeper truths of human existence. Jung stated that archetypes are born into consciousness as deliberate and intentional acts of the soul. It is my belief that synchronicities are also messages from this spiritual and authentic part of our being.

Then I read on Quora for a while and found this….

So I wondered how accurate it is… here is an article if you wonder as well… https://www.nhm.ac.uk/discover/are-we-really-made-of-stardust.html

Then I went on to the dating apps for a while… this picture is how I feel about that…

Time to go to work now. Have a great day!

Published by wayward yoga girl

A complex creation that chooses to be quite simple - LOL. I earnestly try to approach life with unconditional love and non-judgement... but I'm only human and perfectly imperfect :)

10 thoughts on “Ride-along

  1. Oh my you were all over that map didn’t see the twinkies coming into play lol

    But I know mate how restless you can be at night you want to sleep but your mind too alive. So like you girl I bake and cook as well

    Ex. Homemade granola bars or banana spice rum bread pudding, cookies

    You get the message lol for me no matter how much humanity evolves with technology there somethings you cannot get anywhere than from books.

    The one I am reading right now is cerebral intellectual mind bender have you seen or heard the movie starring Denzel Washington and Angelina Jolie Bone Collector?

    If not the author behind the creation and main characters Lincoln Rhymes and Amelia Sachs is British author Jeffrey Deaver.

    For me I always like to get consume and deep into edge of seat psychological thriller

    I also have found doing hot Yoga and stretching has helped me get my mobility back it’s been a minute for me.

    Primal R.e.p.r


      1. How you doing Yoga Girl or do you have a name lol

        Seattle is such vibrant city do you have messenger ? or just word press

        Do like sports as well what do you like to do for fun ?

        Last book you read ?

        Favorite food ?

        Favorite Season?

        Do you see yourself as Villain or the Hero why or why not ?

        What element do gravitate towards ?

        I think that is 5 questions lol

        luas dia I do thruas

        Alex aka Primal R,e,p,r


      2. My name is Adrienne.

        I don’t really care for sports.

        I am usually in the middle of many books – right now the primary one is Existential Kink.

        My favorite food depends on my mood – I have many favorites.

        My favorite season is usually the one I’m in – except fall. Fall makes me anxious and a bit sad.

        My element is water.
        We already had the hero vs villain conversation here: https://alittlebitofeverything.life/2021/10/01/no-fucks-given/

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      3. Right my bad some days my mind gets scramble

        I have a lot I am dealing with

        As I mention some days are grand others not so much Adrienne what is your daughter name if you don’t mind me asking ?


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