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The 7 Secrets of Synchronicity: Your Guide to Finding Meanings in Signs Big and Small [Paperback]

Rob and Trish MacGregor
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24 Aug 2011

There are signs everywhere, pointing the way to a better life, if you know how to read them. If you recognise the signs, you'll begin to see the plan the universe has mapped out for you.

In The 7 Secrets of Synchronicity, you'll see why there is no such thing as coincidence - and how your life can be the better for it. Synchronicity is the universal language of transformation - and its secrets reveal how you can live a life rich in fulfilment, meaning and wonder. The 7 Secrets of Synchronicity will convince you of the power of synchronicity with:

. The novel that seemed to predict the Titanic's sinking 14 years before it set sail.

. The number that links the deaths of Kurt Cobain, Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin and Jim Morrison.

. Fantastic tales of the powerful predictions people have received through divination tools.

In this impressive book, authors Trish and Rob MacGregor reveal the seven secrets that allow you to recognise synchronicity when it happens - and make the most of it. You'll learn to interpret the meaning of the signs you encounter every day, and use such tools as the tarot, I-Ching and astrology to understand your past, inform your present and guide your future. Synchronicity - your key to making magic in your own life!

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  • Paperback: 272 pages
  • Publisher: Hay House UK (24 Aug 2011)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1848502923
  • ISBN-13: 978-1848502925
  • Product Dimensions: 13.7 x 21.5 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 344,887 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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A fresh and fascinating expedition into the most provocative and hopeful possibilities of consciousness. I couldn't put it down or stop thinking about it. Written in clear, lucid, and entertaining style, it's a great companion to take along on the trail where magic morphs into meaning. (Nancy Pickard, New York Times bestselling author of The Scent of Rain and Light)

About the Author

Trish MacGregor and Rob MacGregor have been professional writers for twenty-five years. They have published fiction and non-fiction books on many subjects, including dreams, psychic development, astrology, yoga, divination and animal symbolism.

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5.0 out of 5 stars The 7 Secrets of Synchronicity 6 April 2013
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Have you ever thought about someone you haven't spoken to for years only to have them phone you a few minutes later? Have you ever decided to read about a subject new to you only to have just the right book practically fall on you in a bookshop? Have you ever read about something on the internet or in a newspaper and at the same time heard the same word spoken on a television which is on in the background? This is synchronicity. The more you become aware of these synchronous happenings the more they seem to present themselves to you. It's like buying a car and seeing lots of the same make of car wherever you go.

Maybe you don't notice this sort of thing or maybe you just shrug and think of them as coincidence but the more you think about these strange and apparently random happenings the more remarkable they seem to be. Everything seems to be connected in ways that baffles the human mind to even consider. I first came across the idea many years ago when I was first interested in astrology. The study of such subjects tends to present one with many examples of synchronicity in real life. I remember being particularly intrigued by what Jung had to say about synchronicity and there are many references to Jung's writing on the subject in this fascinating book.

I found this book an absorbing read and it provided many more books and web addresses to explore. Here are the famous examples of synchronicity - Jung's fishes and the plum pudding incident which spanned several decades. Scientists are becoming increasingly interested in the way the world and human beings are connected in ways which cannot be explained by our current state of scientific knowledge but which are explained by religion, philosophy and psychology.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Not just a coincidence... 19 Oct 2012
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I came across this book quite by accident..or did I? I should re-phrase...I came across this book because the universe led me to it, or it to me. I'm not sure which but either way I'm really glad it's now in my possession. It's got some good insights and anecdotes within and is a useful tool for anyone experiencing, or wanting to experience synchronicity..a very enjoyable read with some great tips.
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3.0 out of 5 stars strange idea 16 Aug 2012
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Hadn't come across the idea beforeand not sure yet how useful it's suggested applications might be. Nevertheless looking out for coincidences. Book is well written and seemingly at least semi-plausible.
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By jcg - Published on
Synchronicity - a magical adventure that expands our concepts of what is possible -

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 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 technilogical 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 on the market that deal in some way about this particular subject, so one might then ask, "what of just one more book on this subject?" 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. Check them both out here at Amazon. Do it now - don't wait.
10 of 11 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Disappointing & Biased 1 Oct 2012
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I agree with another reviewer that this is a chore to get through. Most of it was story after story of coincidences or synchronicities (maybe), pulled from blogs or the old friend of a friend thing. Some are chilling, like the similarities between Lincoln/Kennedy. Then the authors quickly move into political bias territory. I guess they don't know you can turn off a reader that way. The book states that Bush's presidency was defined by planes hitting buildings. How strange that it ended by a plane safely landing on the Hudson. (?) Gee, how odd. Obama was elected about the same time as MLK Day. Since MLK Day is always in January, nothing exciting about that. The worst stretch of any imagination was when the authors almost wet themselves writing about the amazing similarities between Lincoln and Obama! "They both brought their children to the White House!" Remarkable! Yes, so did how many other presidents? Bush twins, Amy Carter, Trisha Nixon, etc. "Lincoln freed the slaves and Obama is black!" Again, so? Obama has not a drop of "slave blood" in him. Lincoln would not have tried to deny our military their vote, or fiddle around in Vegas while our ambassadors are dragged through the streets. But they both had children when elected. Stop the presses, what are the chances?
I only have a few pages left of this because I could not finish last night. I could barely keep my eyes open reading it. Before the political campaigning in this "book" I had to skim through one example after another of people who claim to have had dreams/feelins/nightmares/visions about 9/11 before it happened. Can't anyone say that? Where were they on 9/10?
The only amazing thing here is how this list of coincidences and HUGE stretches was published.
7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars More than Secrets! 21 May 2010
By Terri Patrick - Published on
What is synchronicity?
It can work for you to help you create a life full of wonder and personal power.
Start with:
- your guide to finding Meaning in Signs, Big and Small

Trish and Rob MacGregor have collected rich stories from people in all walks of life who pay attention to signs and coincidences that matter to them. The book is informative and personable as it weaves many stories with philosophies and practical steps to enhance synchronicity in our days. To do so makes living life so much more fun and poignant.

What's awesome about this book is how it includes history, literature, science, technology, nature, and politics with stories of bicycles, t-shirts, jams, pets and TV shows. All these connect through synchronicity to reveal a greater connection in our world that is often unnoticed. This books shows the reader how to notice, and why it truly matters.
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Synchronicity is it Real? 24 Jun 2010
By J. Hertling - Published on
For anyone looking for a book that explains what synchronicity is, and how and why it occurs in our lives on so many levels that we may be unaware of, The 7 Secrets of Synchronicity is the book you've been looking for. Trish and Rob MacGregor have written a book that is insightful, full of real life examples of synchronicity that have happened to real people, and is an enjoyable and informative read. It would make a wonderful gift for yourself or for someone that you love. I highly recommend it. Trish MacGregor's novels should also be on your book list if you are looking for a great summer read.

J Hertling, Canada
11 of 13 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Without substance. 17 Mar 2012
By K. P. Borley - Published on
Synchronicity is a fascinating subject but I'm sorry to say that this book certainly isn't. There are a plethera of spiritual books on the shelves at the moment and you never really know how good they are untill you get them home and start reading them. Sometimes they are good, sometimes they are great, sometimes they are okay and sometimes, as on this occasion, they are very poor. So what's wrong with this book? Well, a lot of it is filler, you know the stuff, loads and loads of facts assembled in short paragraphs which anyone can collect from the internet and other books and chuck them all together (these are boring and meaningless). You read stuff about Harry Potter, Star Wars and Jack Sparrow which have nothing to do with Synchronicity. In fact most of the book isn't about synchronicity at all; an anecdote about someone who once wrote something on a piece of paper and it came true, this is not synchronicity - it's a coincidence (two different things), how it was synchronicity that Heath Ledger died shorlty after playing the joker, apparently a trickster archetype (no it wasn't). How Brandon and Bruce Lee died in violent circumstances because they created this reality by starring in violent films (what about all the actors who star in violent films who don't die violently?). There is a chapter where the authors play with numbers and how they reveal things (you can do anything with numbers). The book is full of nonsense like this. And full of errors too; there is a chapter on clairvoyance and the authors state that clairvoyance and remote viewing are the same thing which of course they are not. There is nothing in this book for you if you are knowledgable about spiritual matters or have read other books, you will be bored. Unfortunately I would not recommend it for spiritual beginners either because of all the false information. Synchronicity is fascinating and a wonderful experience when it happens to you. Unfortunately this book is neither fascinating, wonderful or even for the most part actually about Synchronicity.
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