Paranormal Phenomena: Synchronicity

Paranormal Phenomena: Synchronicity
Jenean C Gilstrap

Paranormal Phenomena: Synchronicity – a magical adventure that expands our concepts of what is possible –

Days ago, we have enjoyed Jenean Gilstrap‘s reviews about Trish MacGregor’s novels: “Esperanza” and “Ghost Key“. Today, Jenean introduces us to the world of paranormal phenomena with this exciting novel written by Trish and his husband Rob. We are eager to read it: “Synchronicity”.

Book Review.Paranormal Phenomena: THE 7 SECRETS OF SYNCHRONICITY, by Rob and Trish MacGregor

Paranormal Phenomena: Synchronicity

Paranormal Phenomena: Synchronicity

This is how husband-wife writing team, Rob and Trish MacGregor, describe the meaningful coincidence concept of synchronicity. According to them, their own adventure[s] began in 1981 on their first date and more than 25 years later, this magical adventure has taken them to the jungles of the Amazon and back again, their travel path lined with 60 literary contributions, both fiction and non-fiction. With each step of this fantastic journey, their lives were illuminated and led by one synchronicity after another.

As the MacGregors lived and worked and wrote in this wonderland of synchronicity, their desire to write a book about synchronicity grew, as did their own “awareness of certain concepts about the nature of meaningful coincidences not widely known or understood.” Also increasing was their belief that “there is an active magical element in which human beings can engage synchronicity and direct it for their own purposes.”

In early 2009, using the technological tool of the internet for research and to sample their blog audience, their collection of “synchronicities from around the world” grew rapidly. And so it was that this book was born, with secrets and magic parenting an informative guide for us all – a guide leading us each into the deep jungle of our own subconscious, lighting the way for our own awareness, creativity and life experiences, particularly, meaningful coincidences, to grow and flourish in the beautiful magic of synchronicity – where the answers and meaning to our own life and that which we seek may be found – if we just follow the sign posts laid out so brilliantly by the MacGregors.

Having experienced such “meaningful coincidences” of synchronicity all my life – from light and fun happenings such as knowing who is on the line before the phone rings, to my childhood of finding myself in a new school in a new city but knowing who my teacher was and where my locker and class room were, to later dramatic and life-altering events such as near-death experiences – I have also by now read a small library of published works on this synchronicity and things thereof.

There are many books of Paranormal Phenomena and Synchronicity on the market that deal in some way about this particular subject, so one might then ask, “what of just one more book on Paranormal Phenomena?” Well, I can answer that question for you – this book is different. It stands alone in the literary realm of such books – not only does it inform, it guides – not only does it teach, it explains – not only does it skillfully navigate us down this river of magic, it illustrates and clarifies at each and every bend in the river. This one is not limited to one aspect – it is comprehensive. This one does not stop with the theories already out there – it proposes its own. This book is different.

In Part One, the MacGregors define and then examine and illustrate the multifaceted layers [the secrets] of synchronicity. Beginning with the knowing where we see and identify such experiences as having meaning to us, we are taken to the heart where our emotions are tied to the synchronicities we experience. Then we move to the theory that synchronicity is basically the umbrella of other paranormal phenomena such as telepathy, precognition, clairvoyance and remote viewing. From there, to the fourth secret, the creative where our imagination lives, where we can accomplish and do anything that we can dream. In the fifth secret we have clusters where synchronicities come about in “clusters of numbers, names, objects, words and symbols.” The sixth secret is where the fun begins, literally. It is where the synchronicity takes the form of humor and/or irony. Then, in the last secret, we reach the global level where “the universe seems to be addressing us as a collective.”

Part Two takes us to “the magic” where we find the methods of divining synchronicities in the I-Ching, tarot cards, stichomancy, and with our inner oracle. We see animals as oracles helping us better understand events and experiences. Then, we are taken along on journeys of discovery where chance encounters, travel experiences, journeys out-of-the-body in dreams and/or near-death experiences are the format of our synchronicities. Last but not least in the land of magic is the engaging of the divine where high-tech synchronicity, the transformative age, the law of attraction are used to “harness synchronicity.”

While the authors do expound upon the works of others in the field [Jung, Pauli, Chopra, Wolf, McTaggart, and Hicks, to name a few], Secrets goes so much further than just one step. The authors here intertwine each step along the way with individual practice exercises for the reader, with actual life stories and experiences of their blog contributors and even with their own stories and experiences – all of which gives the reader a hands-on, real-life perspective. Aside from the intellectual content of the book, it is written in a very reader-friendly style, easily read and understood by the lay person. There is also the added plus of a visual format that lends itself so well to easy reading – lightly shaded boxes of text separate and add interest to sections of clarification and instruction.

As an aside, if you are wondering why the name MacGregor sounds a bit familiar to you, it could be because they are both award winning authors whose non-fiction books include subjects of dreams, astrology, yoga and animal symbolism and paranormal phenomena such as UFO’s. Rob MacGregor has appeared on several major television network channels and also wrote Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade and six other of the Indiana Jones original novels. The fictional work of Trish MacGregor is replete with subjects of time travel, micro-chipping of animals and people, vanishings, parallel existences, governmental involvement and cover-ups, and more, as is that of her writer husband.

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Do it now – don’t wait: Paranormal Phenomena: “Synchronicity”.

Paranormal Phenomena: “Synchronicity, by Rob and Trish MacGregor”

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Jenean C Gilstrap

Since childhood, Ms. Gilstrap has had a love of words-of writing and other arts. An individualist, she chooses not to follow any pre-conceived pattern for the outlay of these words – rather, she allows them the freedom to forge their own path as they make their way from her heart to pen to paper. Her art work involves both photography and mixed media on large canvasses. She is a weekly featured poet in Yareah Magazine where her works have appeared for more than a year. Her piece The Granite God was the winning poem in Painted Bride Quarterly Sidebar #12 [2012]. Her work has been featured in performance poetry theatrical productions in Louisiana and her short story, Retribution, published in the Helicon Literary Magazine there. She and her gypsywomanworld blog are included as character/story elements in Ghost Key, the fictional work of award-winning author Trish MacGregor. Her first volume of poetry [2013], words unspoken, is available in both paperback and on kindle at amazon. She currently divides her time between her home in Louisiana and the east coast as she completes her second volume of poetry to be published in 2013.

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