There is a conversation we have in our family every day, at least once a day for many years now. It’s a conversation that always livens up dinner time, daily commutes and road trips.
It’s called “coincidence of the day” and it usually goes something like this:
“You’ll never guess what my coincidence of the day was.” or “Guess how many coincidences of the day I had today.” I’ve taken to documenting them.
The more attention I pay to them, the more I get. I’m not looking out for them, but I am being present in the moment and taking in all that’s in my environment and following my intuition. It’s sort of like a game that makes life interesting.
So far today, I’ve had two. It’s only 1:31 p.m.
Here is one I had this morning:
Since the beginning of this school year, I have been working on an illustrated book with our younger daughter’s second grade class. As I was editing the illustrations on my computer and had decided to listen to music, but couldn’t find anything I particularly wanted to hear. However, I felt compelled to listen to a playlist entitled Neville, with 20 tracks from various lectures the late mystic Neville Goddard.
Just as I began working on the trees in the illustration of Earth Restored with everything again bright and beautiful, Neville began speaking about the Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil in The Garden of Eden and how we create our world and our realities through our imaginations.
What a Coincidence!