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But what if time moved backward? Surely we would notice that, right? Well, probably not. Our thought processes, including our memories, are connected to the time frame in which they occur, so if time moves backwards, all our brain functions, thought processes, and memory accumulation would also move backward. That means we would remember the future and have no recollection of the past. The future and past would take on reverse roles. So if we remember the future but because time is going backward, we are heading into the past, our perception of events would be precisely the same as what they are now. Again, we would not notice.
Originally posted by tonypazzohome
yes, Carl Jung referred to it as "synchronicity" - the convergence of events. it's the universe's way of telling us that everything happens for a reason and there is self-awareness on a cosmic scale.