Can an event be unintentional or coincidental? Or is everything planned. And if that is so, what about freewill?
Can something enter your reality without your invitation or permission? Are there vagrant thoughts that take up squatters’ rights in your reality or do things “just happen?”
Are your lives a game of reality Russian Roulette or is there purpose, intent or plan to the events occurring in your life? Are those chance meetings chance or is there a game master that moves the pieces on the playing board of your life? What about the close calls or those that are not that drastic change your life?
Are you predestined to play out a script written before you took your first breath, or are you a participant in those accidents and coincidences, though perhaps unaware? Is synchronicity a personal plan or a master scheme “to get the job done?”
How do you know, decide, choose not to miss the chance to seize an opportunity or avoid the tragedy?
Some may call it fate or perhaps luck, but is universal consciousness either of these?
If you are in the driver’s seat, how do you drive well? If not, how do you prepare for unexpected turns and stops?
Perhaps to answer these questions you may want to recall “coincidences” in your own life, a moment of seeming chance that changed your life—being in the right or perhaps the wrong place to impact your life.
One common factor with both accidents and coincidences is that they are unexpected. They seem not to be conscious or predicted choices. Both triumph and tragedy share these vehicles to enter human reality.
If you can’t predict, you can’t prepare. If you don’t choose to participate, are you then not free?
Absolute thought creates absolute action, and consciousness is a creation in kind.
If you are willing to accept that your reality is a reflection of your consciousness and your life experiences are the portrait of your thoughts, then accidents and coincidences must be a creation of your consciousness.
Just because there are no accidents or coincidences under this premise does not mean you are then a pawn. Rather, it is an indicator that you are not always conscious of your creating–and for good reason.
Another element of accidents and coincidences and perhaps a double-edged sword is that they allow you to experience the event, good or bad, without preconceived ideas or reactions that would get in the way of the purity of the experience for which it was created by your consciousness in the first place.
Accidents and coincidences allow you to “experience the moment” without ego conscious intervention.
Though all things are created by your consciousness, not all creations are known by you consciously until they occur. So you might ask, “Should I not be warned if I am heading for a cliff?” Perhaps, but only if you had not decided to drive off it, otherwise you might seek to swerve and miss the creation you had chosen to experience.
Accidents and coincidences keep you on your path of learning without conscious interference. This does not mean you are at the whim of your unconscious creations, but rather in control of them; for, accidents and coincidences are servants to the manifestations of your consciousness and messengers of what you have chosen to know.